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one who ardently admires

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a person having a strong liking for something

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A PIGEON fancier from the North East has been fined PS200 for illegally storing and possessing a banned pesticide.
Prize-winning pigeon fancier Mr Smith, of Alma Street, Tynewydd, said he was woken by phone calls alerting him of the blaze.
Fourth-generation pigeon fancier Mr Chambers, 28, even got pupils to race birds for the Queen's Jubilee celebrations.
The incident occurred just days after the Examiner revealed how Brighouse pigeon fancier Harry Reid feared for the future of the pastime after losing his birds to hawks.
WILDLIFE crime officers have arrested a pigeon fancier from Sunderland as part of national operation clamping down on crimes against peregrine falcons.
Today there are still hundreds of fanciers in Birmingham keeping thousands of birds between them.
Us weather fanciers have the best holiday memories too.
How pigeons were used during the World Wars and information on some of the more famous pigeon fanciers such as The Queen, Mike Tyson and artist Monet will be displayed.
Dog fanciers vigorously opposed the county plan and fought it at the city council level.
Enhanced with color photography an botanical drawings of the various salmon species and their characteristics, the featured recipes are drawn from such noted contributors as Karen Barnaby, Dan Atkinson, Jamie Kennedy and other such dedicated salmon fanciers.
Pigeon Fanciers Lung is an allergic reaction illness.
Pigeon fanciers across Europe are flocking to buy the extract, which kills bacteria in their birds and enhances their performance.
ULSTER pigeon fanciers are taking part in a unique scientific experiment in a bid to keep their prized possessions OFF the dinner menu for birds of prey.
Later these birds were exported to Europe, and in the lofts of fanciers began the task of perfecting the birds we see today.
An airway component with chronic cough and sputum production is common in pigeon fanciers (14-17).