blackcock


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blackcock

the male of the black grouse
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The grouse family includes - in addition to red grouse - capercaillie, blackcock and ptarmigan, all of which are native to Northern Europe.
Turn sharp left just before you reach the bridge and exit to Green Lane and head right along the pavement passing the Blackcock pub.
He was a good shot and a blackcock, killed outright at extreme range when out shooting with the Duke of Northumberland when in his eighties, was for many years exhibited in Keilder Castle.
In the Second Division, Lisvane are the champions after winning against Blackcock by four wickets.
A boar passant sable enraged charged with a faggot proper belled and jessed the demi-garter, buckled and nowed betwixt grosing-irons and goat stagnant gorged thus blazoned, having an edging of another tincture and chained by the grovelling Gules and truncated gusset dexter, three piles; an issuant hanging tongue over two barbles with Blackcock Helmets entwined with impalings.