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squab

1. a young unfledged bird, esp a pigeon
2. (of birds) recently hatched and still unfledged
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Each baby poked its beak into a parent's beak while the adult birds pumped up a special fluid created for the squabs.
The combination of flavors and texture with the pairing of squab and squash are emblematic of Bibo: When you step back to take a look, you see warmth and depth.
Our niche is the squabs," says Rasmussen, "but because our processing plant is very up to date --and we have bills to pay for new equipment--it just makes sense to do custom processing for other companies.
When not needed, you simply pull a release catch and the seat squabs slide backwards under the luggage area.
The design of the seats, which could be folded flat in seconds to reveal van-like proportions or left upright but with the seat squabs folded up like cinema seats to take large items across the width of the car, meant that the little Jazz could certainly punch above its weight as far as coping with luggage was concerned.
The design of the seats, which could be folded flat in seconds to reveal van like proportions or left upright but with the seat squabs folded up like cinema seats to take large items across the width of the car, meant that the little Jazz could certainly punch above its weight as far as coping with luggage was concerned.
The design of the seats, which could be folded flat in seconds to reveal van-like proportions, or left upright but with the seat squabs folded up like cinema seats to take large items across the width of the car, meant that the little Jazz could certainly punch above its weight as far as coping with luggage was concerned.
Even though the back seats can fold away quickly, they are "proper" seats - not occasional squabs.
I also raised pigeons and sold the squabs to a hotel restaurant for 25 cents apiece.
The department also agreed to notify Coelho before they removed the fragile squabs, which is how he came to be on hand Tuesday in a hard, chilling rain.
In fact the market overflowed with international produce: "caviar from Siberia, Gorgonzola cheese from Italy, hams from Flanders, sardines from Norway, English partridge, native quail, squabs, wild ducks, and pheasants.
Thoughtful new add-ons include beefier brakes, front parking sensors, rear head-protection airbags and intelligent seat squabs.