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- n. The oystercatcher.
- n. A pie made of meat and vegetables baked in a pan over the fire, with a pastry crust, or in layers between crusts, the number of which denominate it a two or three decker.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A sailors' dish made of salt meat, vegetables, and dumplings baked with a crust.
- n. The oyster-catcher or sea-magpie: so called from the pied coloration. Also sea-pye, sea-piet, sea-pilot.
- n. In heraldry, a bearing representing a bird with the back and wings dark-brown, neck and breast white, and head red.
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