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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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In any case they used a live chook which hadn't had its throat cut, or perhaps a dead chook, but an intact one, and there was no cruelty.
I chose Cheeky Chook Nachos - strips of chicken, melted cheddar, sour cream, salsa and guacamole (pounds 5.
And the sooner ITV chook it out of their schedule the better.
We are a bit concerned because although Chook is part of the Sports Council for Wales' Elite Cyrmu scheme, we need a little more help to do some warm weather training, " explained Ryan after seeing the youngster win the high jump event at the Norwich Union Under20s international at the National Indoor Athletics Centre, in Cardiff, last Saturday.
But next time you're cooking a chook, think about a lean Coonawarra cabernet.
95); UQP Chook Chook 2 Little, and Lo in the Cila, Wai Chim ($14.
Think of the nutritious, delicious, fresh, free range eggs you could have at your fingertips--not to mention the endless supply of chook manure, which is an excellent garden fertiliser.
Bustopher often wanders around in the chook pen, playing with the chooks as if he was one of them, not a predator," she said.
Even the humble Aussie chicken, or chook, may have an Irish link.
NEW EastEnders' heart-throb Chook Sibtain still bears the scars of a freak accident which doctors feared he would not survive.
block from from dauad kui chook with street of ramjaan budakia at w.
The tractor and chook endpapers reinforce the farming theme.
A Slice of Organic Life, a rich compendium of recipes and tips on everything from cosmetics to chook farming, is a boon to every household-green or green-curious.
Find the barrel full of tilling implements with a sign inviting folk to 'Take Your Pick' or you may prefer the sign outside the chook pen 'Bantams of the Opera'.
Had he continued the grilling, he would learnt the finer points of chook breeding from the unassuming 20-year-old.