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  • One of her roosters had been a compulsive crower, so was headed for the pot.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • Nat is a white crower, with beautiful soft feathers, and a long graceful black tail.

    Gems Gathered in Haste A New Year's Gift for Sunday Schools

  • They were well paid, as much as fourpence being given for a good cock-crower (in 'The Trial of Christ'), while the part of God was worth three and fourpence: no contemptible sums at a time when a quart of wine cost twopence and a goose threepence.

    The Growth of English Drama

  • It was of a Monday she was sent in there, an 'Tuesday night I slipped over an' put some luncheon on the winder-sill; but 'twas there the next day, an 'Cyrus see the old crower fly up an' git it.

    Meadow Grass Tales of New England Life

  • Gillespie's pet gold and silver crower and urging it on to fight one of the other cocks, which the carpenter was officiating for as "bottle holder" in the most scientific way, he apparently being no novice at the cruel sport.

    Afloat at Last A Sailor Boy's Log of his Life at Sea

  • Why he is represented with a cock is a disputed point, which is now made clear: next after _gallus gallinaceus_ [135] himself, there is no crower like the circle-squarer.

    A Budget of Paradoxes, Volume II (of II)

  • Ha! Ha! Ha! I see the "little crower" has no real answer to what is posted so he resorts to attacking another poster ...

    Las Vegas Sun Stories: All Sun Headlines

  • Here's a play list for your listening pleasure, consisting of a Turkish long crowing breed, the Denizli, followed by a Koeyoshi (good crower in Japanese) and the Tomaru (black crower).

    Boing Boing

  • A bantam roaster allers crows as loud as an game crower, to make folks believe that the dung-hill is his'n. "

    Life in the Clearings versus the Bush


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