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  • Also, you may want to look into the only true Canadian breed called the Chantecler chicken.

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  • Maude had an outfit for every character in which Jean had seen her prototype -- there were the rowan berries and shawl of "Babbie," the cap and jerkin of "Peter Pan," the feathers and spurs of "Chantecler" -- such a trunkful, and her dearest mother had made them all --.

    The Tin Soldier

  • The preparations for "Chantecler" were carried on with the usual Frohman magnificence.

    Charles Frohman: Manager and Man

  • Just how much "Chantecler" meant to Charles Frohman is attested by a remark he made soon after its inaugural.

    Charles Frohman: Manager and Man

  • _ "Chantecler" is a play with a soul, and the soul of a play is its moral.

    Charles Frohman: Manager and Man

  • French Vocabulary de temps en temps = from time to time; La Naissance de J├ęsus = The Birth of Jesus (from the book "Grande Bible Pour Les Enfants," Chantecler edition); la bergerie (f) = shelter (sheepfold)

    French Word-A-Day:

  • The Chantecler card game may be related to the popular 1910 play of the same name by Edmund Rostand, which features a cast of many various birds.

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  • The device reappeared in our own time in Edmond Rostand's Chantecler (1910).

    THERIOPHILY

  • CLAUDE DEBUSSY: Chantecler crows _pianissimo_ in whole tones.

    The Merry-Go-Round

  • Noble, the lion, Chantecler, the cock, pseudo-animals that mingle with their bearing and instincts as animals traits and feelings borrowed from humanity.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 6: Fathers of the Church-Gregory XI

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