chicken

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a person who lacks confidence, is irresolute and wishy-washy

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a foolhardy competition

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Jada has also acquired major toy licenses for preeminent brands such as Marvel, Chop Socky Chooks, Guitar Hero and Speed Racer.
First up, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's poultry effort to save Britain's chooks saw the telly chef continuing his campaign against supermarkets flogging two birds for a fiver in a bid to boost animal welfare.
Someone in your community might know a lot about peak oil, and another has a fund of knowledge about chooks, so this information can be shared through regular meetings where a community evolves its own plan of action.
Talking to people of my parent's generation or reading their memoirs, I'm struck by the reliance on backyard chooks, local dairies, rabbits brought down from up the country, vegetable gardens and backyard fruit trees (plums in Melbourne, mango and pawpaw in Cairns, figs everywhere).
Canada, Chop Socky Chooks is DECODE and Aardman's second co-production
However, I suspect it's the former because that Mr Hugh Forever-Wittering says chooks able to run around develop muscular thighs - and the ones on my plate were decidedly delicate.
I guess that would have to be a first--the Cheshunt chooks are usually pretty loath to let anyone through the out-door without thoroughly plucking them first.
It would be a shame about the chickens, but you never know: if it works with pigs, Neil and I might have to retire to the Maldives and leave the chooks to a smart cookie like Mr T.
Chooks are certainly the primary point of any permaculture system," she said, adding that, along with the food they supply, they are also highly efficient weeders and fertilisers in plant-growing areas if movable chook pens are used.
The chooks scratch their poops into the litter, which becomes in effect a slow-burn compost heap, rife with microorganisms breaking down the poops and the high-carbon litter.
How and why chicken became so popular is the subject of The changing chicken: Chooks, cooks and culinary culture by Jane Dixon, a sociologist who is currently a researcher at the Australian National University.
Watering Dad's garden and feeding his chooks after school were responsibilities I shared with my brothers--John, who was born about a year after I was, and Richard, born about a year after John.
Inglewood Farms is a free range poultry farm capable of housing 300,000 chooks and it features about 80 per cent of the market share of the organic poultry meat market.