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  • noun Plural form of hen.

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Examples

  • One of those can be a bad introduction to birds, many years ago we were training our little springer Annie and had obtained a few pheasant hens from a local game farm.

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  • One of those can be a bad introduction to birds, many years ago we were training our little springer Annie and had obtained a few pheasant hens from a local game farm.

    The Deadly Sins of Dog Training?

  • The three French hens from the familiar Christmas song are sent by a Parisian lady to her boyfriend, Philippe Renard, in New

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  • The three French hens from the familiar Christmas song are sent by a Parisian lady to her boyfriend, Philippe Renard, in New

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  • The three French hens from the familiar Christmas song are sent by a Parisian lady to her boyfriend, Philippe Renard, in New

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  • Ummmm Maybe not - Yes, Colloquial would indeed be suitable, but then, so would cloacal (refering to the single waste aparture of chickens - combined anus and urine disposal, as well as for egg laying in hens)

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  • The three French hens from the familiar Christmas song are sent by a Parisian lady to her boyfriend, Philippe Renard, in New

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  • I wish everyone could witness this, even if they have no intent on turkey hunting -- the interaction between a Tom and hens is so different than watching the interaction of deer, coyote or other large animals.

    Everyday Enlightenments

  • The look of awe on their faces the first time they pull a carrot out of the ground, or open the nest box to find the eggs laid by the hens is priceless.

    Waldo Jaquith - Orchid Island’s slave-free juice.

  • It is explained by the minute dimensions of the cholera microbe in hens, owing to which it easily eludes the eye of the beholder.

    Ilya Mechnikov - Nobel Lecture

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