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Synonyms for goose

Synonyms for goose

a man who is a stupid incompetent fool

flesh of a goose (domestic or wild)

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pinch in the buttocks

prod into action

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give a spurt of fuel to

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In the nearly 40 years they've been doing this, DEC staff have banded more than 30,000 Canada geese.
Spring-staging geese typically used semipermanent basins as nocturnal and diurnal roost sites and agricultural fields for feeding (Pederson et al.
In the six years I have served in prison, I have witnessed the plight of our geese worsen.
As many as 80 Canada geese were showing up at Elm Park each day, and since each goose can generate up to 1.
Judy first started farming a few geese on her lawn in 1982 because her mother-in-law fancied one for Christmas.
But as soon as they leave the park, the geese come back.
Geese do vary in flavor, but the main reason geese don't taste very good to the average goose hunter is the average goose hunter doesn't know any more about cooking them than shooting them.
As the geese flapped their wings and hissed at him, Nolan backed up and ran towards another entrance.
the goose sang, "Wiley, wiley white coat fox, hunting in the snow, forgot that all geese love to swim and swimming here I go
As geese aren't farmed so intensely as turkey, chicken and other poultry, you're not likely to find them on the supermarket shelves.
THE Wildlife and Wetlands Trust has teamed up with a new BBC Radio 4 series World On the Move to follow the migrations of three individual Barnacle geese, three Greenland white-fronted geese, and three Brent geese and compare how much fuel they need to complete their journeys.
Historically, a popular table fare in Europe and Asia, only one million geese are raised in the U.
But the geese on two Northumberland farms will not be ending up on the dinner table.
No matter how you arrange the words, geese and bows just don't go together.