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chicken

n. a coward. Come on, let’s go. Don’t be a chicken.
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Thus it was he learned the law, and ere he left the domain of the chickens, he had learned to ignore their existence.
I'll lock White Fang in with the chickens all afternoon.
He had to learn that he must not touch the chickens that belonged to other gods.
3 Changes of net income of Medium-scale Egg chicken farming
Nationally, dollar sales of unprepared chicken contributed 15.
As for the new salads, although the restaurant deep-fries battered chicken breast pieces for the Buffalo Chicken Salad, we've taken the liberty of using grilled chicken breast strips.
Campylobacter bacteria, such as the common Campylobacter jejuni, plague even the cleanest of chicken farms.
A Chicken Soup representative contacted local entrepreneur Caroline Pover after hearing her give a talk.
Lasky and colleagues analyzed the reported arsenic content of more than 20,000 meat samples taken by the FSIS between 1993 and 2000, including more than 5,000 chicken samples.
The Chicken BLT, Spring Mix, and Taco Supremo Garden Sensations are equally interesting, but not quite as virtuous, unless you eat around the cheese that's sprinkled on top.
Lots of people will think of Chicken Run as a kids movie, and it is, but it will appeal to adults as well.
Since the Hong Kong chicken slaughter in December, no new cases of bird flu have been reported.
Chicken, once regarded as a luxury, became relatively cheap and accessible to everyone, just at a time when fish, a previous staple diet, was rising in price due to depleting stocks.
Opened a year ago, Muhammad Ali Rotisserie Chicken in Silver Spring, Md.