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pouter

a breed of domestic pigeon with a large crop capable of being greatly puffed out
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And the English pouter and Brunner pouter are closely related, yet the former has foot feathers and the latter does not.
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.
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.
he found 14 or 15 tail feathers in some of the Pouters he possessed, a "Nun" with 13 and a "Helmet" with 15 (Darwin 1868).
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.
* Speed pouters: "Measuring is really, really, really old school.
(40.) Stephen Blydon Cleveland, History of the War Between the United States and Tripoli and other Barbary Pouters (Salem: Gazette Office, 1806), 114; Thomas Clark, Naval History of the United States, 2d ed., 2 vols.
Curtiss-Wright Export, an often-misunderstood decision that is widely cited as the basis for executive war pouters. This was a case, however, not about war powers, but about the delegation of power by Congress to the executive.
We do a little bit of everything and the best-selling item is the stainless steel spout wine pouters from Prodyne," owner Julie McBee said.