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Synonyms for pigeon


Synonyms for pigeon

a person who is easily deceived or victimized

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The baby pigeon (squab) matures in three to four weeks and can be slaughtered for meat.
3,4,9) Mycoplasma columbinum has been isolated from a racing pigeon with severe arthritis of the shoulder joint, (12) and M columbinum and M columbinasale have been isolated from the brain in pigeons.
Caption: DRUG LORD NABBED--A police officer shows a pigeon he arrested with a bag of drugs strapped to his leg.
Pigeon Pearl Millet (Bajra) Experiment: In these groups, pigeons were fed with 40 g of pearl millet feed twice a day with fresh water with fresh water.
ISLAMABAD -- Police in Indian-Occupied Jammu and Kashmir have seized more than 150 pigeons allegedly being smuggled for the purpose of espionage.
Irish South Road Pigeon Federation chairman Henry Byrne, who has been keeping birds since he was 12, is horrified that some people see pigeons as pests - a view he insists is complete nonsense.
A note on an outbreak of fatal pigeon malaria and its control.
The earliest recorded |reference to the use of messenger pigeons comes from Ramesses III of Egypt (c1200 BC) when they were used to convey news between cities regarding the flood state of the River Nile.
When European visitors to North America returned with descriptions of the magnitude of passenger pigeon flocks, they were justifiably met with incredulity, and they sometimes kept quiet, suspecting that no one would believe them anyway.
But, like with other things, as the old timers died out and life became busier and more complex for subsequent generations, pigeon racing has become less popular.
Fready Samuel, an Indian ad man and entrepreneur, told XPRESS that the pigeon had been homing in on his balcony for a few weeks before it laid two eggs in the corner of a plant holder.
Martha, the last living passenger pigeon, had died.
PIGEON racing in Wales could be extinct by 2030 as birds of prey like peregrine falcons, sparrowhawks and "killing machine" goshawks move into towns and cities in increasing numbers.
The passenger pigeon may be brought back after 100 years of extinction.
This study was designed to study the ecology of feral pigeon (Columba livia) in the urban areas of Rawalpindi/Islamabad, Pakistan.