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Cocker

Edward. 1631--75, English arithmetician
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The cocker pasted herself against his leg and stared up at him; her eyes were wide and shining with the same hazel hue as the man's.
When I am out walking my three dogs, people often want to stop and ooh and aah over the dogs, Unless they are very observant, they do not realize that the three of them are of different breeds in the cocker family.
THE COUNTRY'S finest cockers and gamefowl breeders plunge into action on Tuesday next week in the National Cockers Alliance 7-Cock Big Event derby at Ynares Sports Arena in Pasig.
The business, called Moel Famau Cockers, has just finished its second season on the showing circuit and is gearing up for a busy shooting season.
Last night, the breeder of black cocker spaniels Cilla and Ozzie feared they were stolen to order.
Cocker spaniels Cilla and Ozzie, aged 10 weeks, were snatched from their kennel in a night raid.
Unlike the front man, Jarvis Cocker, the rest of the band hardly moves during the show, focusing instead on the job at hand: playing their music like there was no tomorrow.
Mom, in this case, is Sierra, a 4-year-old cocker spaniel belonging to Don and Jean Carver, and the guests were offspring from her two litters.
Cocker lives with wife Pam in Western Colorado in rural Crawford, where the Cockers have helped rebuild the town and its activities through their resident 'Mad Dog Ranch'.
Peter Garvin's decision to alter the breeding goals was serendipitous and has led to the true hunting cockers that exist today, although his wife deserves plenty of credit as well.
THE DERBY circuit of the National Cockers Alliance (NCA) heats up anew on Tuesday next week at Ynares Sports Arena in Pasig following the recent 8cock World Championship Derby.
If the Cockers had been written as a book, then it might indeed be read as a parable of our times, with its conflicting emphasis on big money, wild spending, an excessive lifestyle, and a devotion to some of the essentials of life, such as plumbing.