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pouter

a breed of domestic pigeon with a large crop capable of being greatly puffed out
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To true Scots, the Thief Pouter is the symbol of the Scottish heart.
The Paisley pro last Monday was sixth reserve but surprisingly found his way into the field and with it the opportunity to remain ahead of Rookie of the Year rival Ian Pouter of England.
British are oozing A country of powerful pouters, 75 per cent of women surveyed in Scotland were found to carry more than one lipstick in their bag.
There are capuchins with ruffed necks, fantails with imposing tail displays, and pouters shown with their crops impressively extended-and this is without getting into the wide range of colors and markings and feather patterns that have appeared in the species and been coaxed to extremes by breeders.
Train your metal pouters not to slop over the top of the mold and stop when the riser is full.
It's not uncommon for a boat of fishless pouters to wallow within sight of an absolute firefight.
Your racers, you got fantails, the runts, the pouters.
Coach Doc Rivers lit into his veteran unit after the Celtics loss to Charlotte Friday, calling them selfish pouters who are feeling sorry for themselves.
The pigeon section was organised by the Pigeon Foundation of India and featured rare and exotic varieties like the jacobin pigeon, which hides its head under a feather tent, the pouters pigeon, imported from Pakistan, the American fantail pigeon and the English carrier pigeon, which was earlier used for sending messages.
Pin-up pouters once graced locker doors and office walls by MALE order.
But as followers of the highoctane sport know, polo is no pastime for pretty pouters with pretensions.
But all the journalists covering parliament should be on it too - what they earn, what their expense claims are, every taxi and mobile bill claimed back, every lunch with "contacts" who may or may not be young pouters in kinky boots.