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Chickens and hens
|comb||wattles||a cock crows||spur||claw|
|to lay an egg||to cackle||to hatch||down||to cheep|
to brood or
a clutch of chicks
Pecking order :
This expression comes from domestic birds. There is a hierarchy among them.
In a flock of domestic fowl each bird pecks subordinate birds, and is pecked by
|This cock is flapping its wings together to say that it is at the top of the pecking order.|
An amount of money that has been saved or kept for a special purpose.
“I want there to be no peasant in my kingdom so poor
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