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rooster

entire, sexually mature, male fowl, more than about 5 months old.
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Prior to joining Big Red Rooster, he was a managing director and head of strategy at Fitch.
The 42-year-old woman, who lives in Hidd, claimed the rooster was interfering with her Master's degree studies.
My grandfather's hands raised the rooster up for all the boys
Now few know it exists," says CEO of nonprofit Singing Rooster http://www.
While it is not necessary to have a rooster in your flock to get eggs, having a rooster has its advantages.
Fullscreen a major Los Angeles-based multi-channel network that handles content on YouTube and other online video platforms has in a major move that will shake up the online video landscape, announced that it will acquire Rooster Teeth, a creative studio popular for its gaming-related content.
A company called Blue Rooster plans to open a poultry deboning operation and employ 100 people at 110 Industrial Park Drive in Warren, the Arkansas Economic Development Commission said Wednesday.
Returning to one of their favourite venues, Rambert's dancers will strut their way through more than six of the most memorable Rolling Stones songs in Christopher Bruce's Rooster.
The rooster, who faced the wrath for having its way with a neighbouring pet hen, lost the battle for life four days after it was shot with an arrow for its alleged flirtatious behaviour.
Moreover, even if he did, how was this poor rooster in the far-flung corner of India going to know about it?
Farmer Pitt's Talking Rooster" is a modern day morality fable with an eccentric talking Bantam rooster for a hero.