from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A medium-sized domestic chicken of a breed developed in North America for its eggs and meat.
- n. Variant of Wyandot.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- proper n. Alternative spelling of Wyandot.
- n. A breed of poultry.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An American variety of the domestic hen, of medium size and compact form, hardy, and valuable for eggs and for the table.
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Two years ago while bowhunting in Wyandotte co Kansas I saw a buck that had the same weird antlers as the old buck.
It was at this time that the surviving Hurons journeyed to the Sandusky Bay region and became known as the Wyandotte, a word derived from their language meaning "in the islands."
Investigators in Wyandotte and Johnson County are working on the Edgar case.
Four members of a Kansas City, Kan., church made their first appearances today in Wyandotte County District Court on charges of abusing four children.
The Wyandotte is a kind of fowl sheep watermelon 83 84
This made it necessary for me to call the Wyandotte into touch, which I did; and the other Oneida, the "Night-Hawk," or Tahoontowhee, closed in from the extreme outer flank.
This tenderness is plainly to be seen in "The Spy," written at the beginning of his career; it is still more marked in "Wyandotte," produced in the latter part of it, when circumstances had made him profoundly dissatisfied with much that he saw about him.
Would re-defining himself as "Wyandotte" hold Nick back forever?
In Baton Rouge, regulators spent four hours checking the air quality outside Wyandotte Early Childhood Center, a preschool blocks from an ExxonMobil refinery.
One of those monitors is about 2 miles from Wyandotte.
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