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cow chip

slang A piece of cow feces. Watch out for cow chips when walking through that field.
See also: chip, cow

cow chip

 and cow pie; cow patty; cow flop
Inf. a piece of cow manure. The pioneers didn't have much wood, so they burned dried cow chips. How did that big ol' cow pie get in the middle of my flower bed? Tom slipped on a cow patty.
See also: chip, cow

cow chips

n. dried cow dung. There’s a whole field of cow chips out there! Why do you want to buy a bag of the stuff at a nursery?
See also: chip, cow
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The Desperate Dan Cow Pie, ncomplete with pastry horns The Desperate Dan Cow Pie,
And you declined my offer of cow pie followed by raspberry jelly and custard so that you go gallivanting about and leave me on my own
They scratch in the cow pies looking for fly larvae, breaking up the mass and encouraging new growth.
I'M JUST A LOWLY COW PIE ON THE CATTLE TRAIL OF LIFE
The owner of the chip that landed the first cow pie won $1,000.
The Forte Posthouse hotel in Wakefield, is celebrating Yorkshire Day next Friday with a special menu including Dickie Bird Mushroom Broth, Fiery Fred Cow Pie, and Boycott Venison
And entries for the riverside area, which included Tay Infinity and Beyond, also featured Cow Pie Parade and Broons Bank.
Comics YEARS ago comics were in vogue, long before TV, Children enjoyed and read them with great ardency, The Beano,Dandy, Knockout and the Film Fun, Filled with famous characters, I knew most every one, Desperate Dan with cow pie, Keyhole Kate as well, Up to lots of mischief that I can foretell, But they encouraged kids to read and write, Reading comics helped to make them bright.
Ellis Watson, chief executive of DC Thomson's newspaper and magazine publishing operations, said: "Dan has certainly not eaten his last cow pie.
Cow pie king Desperate Dan, Korky the Cat and Beryl the Peril are making the move from print to online to revive their fortunes with Britain's iPad generation.
Circulation is down to around 8,000 - in its heyday from the 1950s to the 1980s more than two million kids enjoyed a weekly dose of Desperate Dan and his cow pie.
Comic fans mourning the death of The Dandy hope to get their teeth into Desperate Dan's favourite cow pie.
He was also forced to give up his favourite food, cow pie, during the BSE outbreak in 2001.
First published in 1937, its most famous character is the cow pie munching, barrel chested cowboy Desperate Dan and schoolboy superhero Bananaman.
Everywhere we went after that - the boys were only little - we were like Desperate Dan and we would eat cow pie," she recalls.