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Synonyms for cocker

a small breed with wavy silky hair

treat with excessive indulgence

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horrific ordeal Cocker spaniels were hidden among furniture
Ross also said that it was a 'step too far' for Cocker to wear the Bargain Hunt fleece for filming.
The show launched in January 2010 and has been a weekly show on the network ever since, although Cocker has taken occasional breaks to pursue his other creative projects.
As you move into the second generation crosses, whereby a Sprocker is bred with another Sprocker, the carrier status can be passed down and if both Sprockers are carriers, there is increased risk of the puppies showing diseases carried by both Springer Spaniels and Cocker Spaniels.
Jarvis Cocker explains: "It's a way of playing with the machinery of the record industry.
She has taken a training course, converted her garage into a grooming parlour and her first client, a cocker spaniel called Evie, arrives this week.
The statistics, which were released to coincide with The Kennel Club's Discover Dogs event this week, show that the Labrador is the most popular dog breed in the UK followed by the cocker spaniel and the springer spaniel.
The cocker pasted herself against his leg and stared up at him; her eyes were wide and shining with the same hazel hue as the man's.
When I am out walking my three dogs, people often want to stop and ooh and aah over the dogs, Unless they are very observant, they do not realize that the three of them are of different breeds in the cocker family.
Top cockers gear up for NCA 'battle of titans' 7-cock derby
Cocker was one of the most recognisable pop singers in the '60s and '70s.
FORMER Beatle Sir Paul McCartney has led tributes to rock and blues singer Joe Cocker, who has died at the age of 70.
Marshall Arts, which represented Cocker for more than 30 years, confirmed his death.