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  • noun Plural form of chickenhouse.

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Examples

  • The drugs have been almost routinely used in recent years for common colds and ear infections in children, and have become fairly standard additions to feed in chickenhouses and for livestock, which are then eaten by consumers.

    FDA Chief Focuses on Antibiotic Resistance

  • She was given all the conveniences and facilities she asked for, - chickenhouses, coops, and separate enclosures for young chickens.

    Memorials of a southern planter,

  • But I think that the squalid chickenhouses are also a metaphor for the nature deficit occurring for people as overpopulation paves over nature and schools lose their playing fields to learning cottages to accomodate the rapid influx of immigrants having large families, If we are to accept this influx, shouldn't leaders such as the author acclimate them by letting them know that living here is costly, - for a family and to the environment?

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  • But I think that the squalid chickenhouses are also a metaphor for the nature deficit occurring for people as overpopulation paves over nature and schools lose their playing fields to learning cottages to accomodate the rapid influx of immigrants having large families, If we are to accept this influx, shouldn't leaders such as the author acclimate them by letting them know that living here is costly, - for a family and to the environment?

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  • St. Croix (KROY) sheriff's officials say the construction of new chickenhouses on the Eastern Shore.

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