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chick

abbreviation for chicken (1).
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br Load chick boxes so that air circulation is not impeded nor is lower boxes squashed.
It's important these dried droppings don't cover their vents--a chick that's unable to properly eliminate its waste may die.
Avian Influenza Virus Vaccination: At the age of one week each experimental chick was administered AIV vaccine as per following experimental design:
Pakistan is the first country outside the US where Golden Chick has opened its franchise, displaying the confidence which international investors have in the Pakistani market.
Pupils at Meltham Moor Primary School have been waiting for days to see baby chicks hatch out.
Once the chick hatched, Bubbles and Wall-E took turns feeding the chick and Ski Dubaiexperts have been monitoring the chick's weight, nutrition and progress.
Ski Dubai will be hosting a naming competition, giving all UAE residents a chance to name the chick.
Straightforward, simple narrative with hidden verse elements tells the story of one little chick who is different from his fluffy yellow hatchmates: he is brown, a different color.
A piece of hardware cloth or chicken wire secured on top provides ventilation, keeps out cats and other chick eaters, and prevents growing chicks from flying out.
We studied chick mortality in a population of whooping cranes Grus americana that was translocated outside of the species' historical breeding range (Allen et al.
Mintz brought the fertilized eggs to the club along with an incubator, a special light for the chick brooder and food.
Thus, a chick at the nest is treated as progeny, independent of its origin (Waldman, 1988).