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rooster

entire, sexually mature, male fowl, more than about 5 months old.
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And four months later, a depleted Roosters gained their revenge with a gritty 12-10 win.
My grandfather's hands raised the rooster up for all the boys
Even before we introduced standard-sized roosters, the hens at the wrong end of the pecking order would get pecked raw.
The town doesn't, as other cities do, ban roosters outright.
ITALY have named two players from 2013 NRL Grand Final winners Sydney Roosters in their starting team to face England in today's friendly at Salford City Stadium.
We live in Al Barsha 2 and unfortunately also have neighbours with roosters.
Washington, March 19 ( ANI ): Roosters crow with the dawn, but whether they're simply reacting to the environment, or do they really know what time of day it is was not known- until now.
Roosters do generally crow most just before the dawn, but they can also be set off by other things, like car headlights, or the sound of other roosters.
Cockfighting is a sport in the US in which specially bred roosters are put into a ring and encouraged to fight until one is incapacitated or killed.
net, the world's best online poker room, is pleased to announce its sponsorship of the legendary Sydney Roosters Rugby League team.
Those who currently have multiple roosters can pay a one-time fee of $50 each to keep up to two additional birds, but cannot replace them when they die.
In the countryside, many villagers keep roosters among other livestock.