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pouters

see pigeon.
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I can't help noting the effeminate roundedness of the gentlemen and the pigeons and the inflated "bust" of the gentleman in figure 2 modeled on the Pouter pigeon in figure 1.
He noted for instance that males of a wine-colored variety of the Pouter are generally checkered whereas females are not.
It's not uncommon for a boat of fishless pouters to wallow within sight of an absolute firefight.
Stephen Blydon Cleveland, History of the War Between the United States and Tripoli and other Barbary Pouters (Salem: Gazette Office, 1806), 114; Thomas Clark, Naval History of the United States, 2d ed.
Curtiss-Wright Export, an often-misunderstood decision that is widely cited as the basis for executive war pouters.
We do a little bit of everything and the best-selling item is the stainless steel spout wine pouters from Prodyne," owner Julie McBee said.