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chick

the young of a bird, esp of a domestic fowl
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Ah, sweet sir, and leave my wife and chick with- out bread and shelter?
Chick, out of the profundity of his artfulness, preferring "veal and ham and French beans--and don't you forget the stuffing, Polly" (with an unearthly cock of his venerable eye), Mr.
It was better to eat small live things like ptarmigan chicks, and to let alone large live things like ptarmigan hens.
Let me see; that's about seven thousand chicks she has hatched out; isn't it, General?
I've hatched out ten of the loveliest chicks you ever saw.
Choose your chick supplier carefully and make efforts to minimise stress to ensure you maintain good chick quality.
Pasty butt," or "pasting up," can happen for a number of reasons, including suboptimal temperatures in the brooder and poor-quality chick feed.
Experimental Chicks: A total of 100 day-old broiler chicks were divided in five groups (A, B, C, D and E) each consisting of 20 chick and groups were identified by applying different color marks.
KARACHI -- Golden Chick, a beloved Texan chain, launched its first outlet in a grand event held at the bustling food court of Dolmen Mall, Clifton.
It teaches them the importance of life and how through proper care a small fragile egg hatches and the fluffy chick can grow into a healthy young chicken.
The chick is the offspring of proud parents Bubbles and Wall-E, two of Ski Dubai's king penguins.
The new King Penguin chick is currently being looked after inside Ski Dubai's penguin habitat.