parson's nose

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parson's nose

The fatty tail of a cooked fowl, especially a chicken. When we were kids, it was always a special treat to be given the parson's nose off the Sunday roast chicken.
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References in classic literature ?
In short," concluded the parson, decisively smacking his leg with his switch, "there's hardly such another family in England.
And where do we raise our smoke, now, parson, if I may make so bold; I mean, where do we d'Urbervilles live?
When I told them what a shame it was of the parson to talk as he had done, and explained my reason, they were so angry that some of them went and broke his windows with stones.
I was in ill odour after all this with the parents of the children, and especially with the parson and schoolmaster.
Curly Parsons bowed his head on the bar with a gesture of despair.
Rather than leave Miss Emily from Saturday to Monday, he has got a parson out of employment to do his Sunday work for him.
Morris, while the parson is only trying to do it or pretending to do it--and I'll answer for the result.
Our parson is an interesting person, and untiring in his efforts to improve himself.
I thought," said the parson, "he had never been at the university.
When she rose therefore from her chair, and told him a hint from him was always sufficient to make her withdraw, he suffered her to leave the room, and then with great gravity of countenance remarked, "That it was better to see a daughter over-modest than over-forward;"--a sentiment which was highly applauded by the parson.
Well,' said I, 'do as you please'; so up they brings the parson, and a merry, good sort of gentleman he was.
Well, sir,' says the parson, 'every ill turn has some good in it.
It was equally astonishing to the aunts and uncles to find a parson introduced into Mr.
I promised to marry Ted Pringle, and I promised to marry Joe Blossom, and I promised to marry Albert Parsons.
Somebody strike a light, my thumb's out of joint," said one of the men, Parsons, a swarthy, saturnine man, boat-steerer in Standish's boat, in which Harrison was puller.