Cornish


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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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It started well enough for Cornish as he fired off a few jabs.
Mrs Smith, whose husband knew Cornish through the local bowls club, wasn't aware that their new home had belonged to the artist when they moved in at the start of the year.
This is a great day for the people of Cornwall who have long campaigned for the distinctiveness and identity of the Cornish people to be recognised officially.
The announcement follows previous commitments, which included formal recognition of the Cornish language.
The Championships, are backed by the Cornish Pasty Association, after it won European Union Protected Geographical Indication (PGI) status for the Cornish pasty last year.
As Newmark Cornish & Carey, our clients will benefit enormously from the exceptional breadth of services that NGKF offers globally.
So you might be able to duplicate this at home with your Cornish and White Rocks, but not quite in the way you envision it: not without a great deal of work, knowledge, money, and time.
The last surviving Cornish mine was closed in 1998.
If you've grown up in New England," said Mark Mungeam, Cornish's business partner for the last 25 years, "there's a 99 percent chance that you're played a Geoffrey Cornish golf course.
Three hours later, I got a phone call that I got the gig," Contactmusic quoted Cornish as saying.
A dominant regional real estate force since 1935, Cornish & Carey Commercial partnered in 2010 with Newmark Knight Frank, one of the largest independent real estate service firms in the world, to become Cornish & Carey Commercial Newmark Knight Frank.
Jason Mather, a former RAF serviceman from St Austell, has set up the Cornish Pasty House in the city's Latin Quarter, selling pasties made by Crantock Bakery near Newquay and shipped across the North Sea.