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- n. A chicken.
- n. A person who is imprisoned.
- n. A soldier who is required to perform menial work on the grounds of a military base.
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- n. a person serving a sentence in a jail or prison
- n. a military recruit who is assigned menial tasks
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Near the end of the book you will find a helpful section of tips on safety and grill maintenance, as well as a list of barbecue terms that will get you grilling and gabbing like a pro turning yardbird with a pig tail.
Tahar Rahim's novice yardbird has been plunged will transform him from wide-eyed ingénu into brutalised maître de criminalité.
The chicken may not be man's best friend, but this yardbird was quite special.
Guests can also watch yardbird gladiators in action at Jay's Cockpit and Family Diner and Grill.
Just an unassuming yardbird gamboling about the homestead of Fruita, Colorado, farmer Lloyd Olsen, Mike was, on that fateful day, a 5½-month old Wyandotte rooster slated for the Olsen's evening repast.
I am thinking about some yardbird and stuffing for Thanksgiving day.
The one good thing about it was that everybody knew why K.B. was Clay’s yardbird, and it gave him a bigger reputation as a bad cat.
For the next two weeks, K.B. was Claiborne’s yardbird.