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The meaning of the word 'cock' is generally known to mean either a male hen (rooster) or a slang word for the male penis.
Most shooters who carry one use the cocked-and-locked mode--full magazine, cartridge in the chamber, hammer at full cock and manual safety engaged.
Livestock Department has said that now sets of one cock and five hens will be given in the new financial year.
"As he returned, he met the runners coming away from the raid, carrying no less than 50 game cocks with them.
Rahim Bakhsh, 40, said that cock fighting had been a primitive tradition still prevalent across the country and even abroad.
Subsequently, the police detained the cock along with its owners.
The official said that all the cock fighters along were taken into custody while the fighting cocks were brought to the police station.
Eyes dilate, labia engorge, but the cock is a changeling.
I know several women who can cock a 150-175 pound bow.
As a result, an air rifle with a gas spring feels much harder to cock than one with a steel mainspring of equal power.
He was impressive like another fowl cock I once knew.
imaginary cock taps a fork against an empty bowl and toys with table
"The prize money offered when cock fighting was staged was quite decent and one of the ways of funding that was to sell as much drink as possible."
An over 50s group, Castleford Area Voice For The Elderly, demanded the return of the old name.AndanewplagueforTickle Cock has now been inveiled.