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to draw away involuntarily, usually out of fear or disgust

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resident, Quails is the retired president and CEO of Baldor Electric Company.
On Friday, Abaya met with farmers raising chickens, quails and other poultry.
The differences in some production and clutch traits in divergently selected Japanese quails.
Japanese quails are economically very important because of egg and meat production.
Quail eggs and meat are consumed extensively in Turkey and quails are also grown as ornamental animals.
In agreement to this [1] investigated the genetic distance of domestic quail and the two wild quails and found that the genetic variance level of WSH (domestic) was close to that of YJQ (wild).
Effect of dietary ascorbic acid supplementation on the performance of japanese (Coturnix- coturnix japonica) quails in a tropical environment.
An official of the local administration told reporters here that a team of Bajaur levies force conducted raids at gambling den in Malasaid area and arrested 65 people while they were busy in quails fighting.
Add 1' bottles of dry white wine and simmer over medium to high heat until liquid has reduced by half Meanwhile drizzle quails with little olive oil, salt and pepper and roast in preheated oven 220[bar]C for about 10 minutes, or until browned and cooked through.
The business, Haytons Bent Quails, grew from there and the business now supplies other local restaurants and sells at food fairs.
OAKHAM - Most golfers know Quail Hollow Club as the home of the $6.
The cause of the fire hasn't been released, but arson is suspected, said Bob Quails, a spokesman for the college.
Higher in nutritional value than chicken -- though slightly higher in cholesterol as well -- quails are in high demand in the UAE.
On October 15, 2003, the Danish Institute for Veterinary Research, the national reference laboratory, received 3 Salmonella isolates found in quails imported from France.
Over the last 32 years, the operation has grown to produce over two million quails annually, along with hatching, breeding, growing and processing facilities.