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Cornish

a compact-bodied meat breed of poultry used extensively in crossbreeding for production of commercial meat strains. Dark, white, white-laced or red color, yellow skin and legs, brown eggs. Poor layers.
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The Cornish historian John Rowe estimates that there were never more than a hundred thousand first-generation Cornishmen in the United States at any one time, but the influence of these people and of their children (born in this country) in mining areas such as the Upper Peninsula was almost as great as that of the Dutch in the Holland-Grand Rapids area or the Germans in the Saginaw area.
On reaching the road the Cornishmen picked up large stones, and hurled them with great force through the windows of the public house.
According to records, four Cornishmen died in the disaster while on their way to the mine, Fred Banfield, Charles Fillbrook, Frank Andrew and a boy called Sobey.
The seven-acre site dates from the 1750s when the mineral lode was first discovered and the unique gunpowder "magazine", built in 1824 by migrant Cornishmen, has recently been restored thanks to funding from Cadw and Ceredigion County Council's "Spirit of the Miners" fund.
Apart from having a score to settle against the Cornishmen, after losing to them by just three points at Blundellsands in late October, they know another victory and bonus point could enable them to draw level with their opponents to fifth in the table.
Up front the Cornishmen had the edge, probably,in the loose but were disjointed behind.
FORM GUIDE Third-from-bottom Moseley and seventhplaced Pirates won their opening two B&I Cup matches but the Cornishmen followed that up with an important Championship victory over Leeds last Sunday.
Maggs wants Mose to get stuck into the fancied Cornishmen, who last season pushed Worcester all the way to the Premiership.
There are Northumbrians and Cornishmen who fondly recall their independent past.
He has a full squad to choose from as Nuneaton emerged physically unscathed from their setback against the Cornishmen, but he has been forced to dress some mental wounds in training.
Yet while the Cornishmen have faltered of late, Russell Earnshaw's Bees have been relentless.
Proud Cornishmen and women are aghast over claims that the humble pasty, called an 'oggy' in Cornwall, actually comes from Devon.