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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There are various red, grey or barred, black, white, and mixed colored varieties and while I consider them a step up from the Cornish Cross I don't believe they will give you the very best home-produced chicken.
In July this year a Cornish picture of men drinking in a Spennymoor pub fetched PS16,000 at Tennants.
It was an awkward wound and forced Cornish to step up his attack and he caught Sexton with a big right in the second to establish his dominance in the centre of the ring.
The group, formerly known as the Cornish National Liberation Army, made a series of chilling threats yesterday - including that it has a would-be female suicide bomber in its ranks.
The session I chaired at the 2015 RGS-IBG Annual International Conference entitled The Contemporary Growth in Regional Identity In Europe highlighted perfectly the unique cultural life of Cornwall which sets it apart from England - the unique medieval mystery plays staged in Cornish Plenys an Gwari (Playing Places) in the Cornish language (which pre-date the original Globe or Rose Theatres in London), Cornish wrestling, literature, and discussion about the move for devolution in Cornwall.
Cornish can recover and get himself back on the domestic title trail.
Mr Cornish, whose work is renowned for celebrating the industrial past with humanity and warmth, died last year, aged 94.
For the first time the British government has recognised the distinctive culture and history of the Cornish and it is now afforded the same status under the European Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities as the UK's other Celtic people, including the Scottish, the Welsh and the Irish.
For the first time the government has recognised the distinctive culture and history of the Cornish.
THE Cornish are to be recognised as a national minority group for the first time, Chief Secretary Danny Alexander is to announce today.
Complementing the traditional steak pasty will be minted lamb and Cornish yoghurt, three Cornish cheeses and spicy three bean varieties.
1 CORNISH pasties were the traditional meal of choice for Cornish miners, who got an easy access pocketsize meal of meat chunks, onion, potato and herbs wrapped in a baked crust.