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crotch-pheasant

A louse, especially of the pubic region. Often used in the plural. Don't sleep with him—he seems like the type of guy you'd catch crotch-pheasants from, gross.

crotch-pheasant

and crotch-monkey
n. a louse. (Usually in the plural.) He appears to be afflicted with what you might call “crotch-pheasants.” Stop scratching your crotch-monkeys, Zeke.
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Pheasant hunters who are willing to walk enough miles should find plenty of birds on both private and public land--some of which is stocked with fresh birds each year.
The Pheasant Inn is around a 50 minute drive from Liverpool city centre, at Higher Burwardsley, Tattenhall, Cheshire, CH3 9PF.
The pheasant had become so aggressive that every time the man went out on his ride-on lawnmower the bird would attack him, clawing him in the face with its sharp talons.
The Well church will be holding its services at Pheasant Run Resort in St.
I have walked up to within a couple of feet of a pheasant on several occasions.
Pheasant hunting was one of the first hunting experiences for many of today's adult hunters, and each year, DEC holds a two-day Youth Pheasant Hunt to maintain this traditional introduction to hunting.
The brown-eared pheasant is listed among the high-priority nationally protected animals in China, and is classified as "vulnerable" by International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) because of its restricted range (<13,000 km2), small population (2 m, 8) average height of trees (m), 9) average diameter of trees at breast height of 1.3 m (cm),10) average height of shrubs (m), 11) density of shrubs (inds/m2), 12) average height of grasses (cm), 13) distance to nearest trail (m), 14) distance to nearest water source (m), and distance to the edge of woods (m).
According to details, Saad was charged by wildlife department when he hunted a pheasant posted its picture on social media.
So there's recipes for potted pheasant, Asian poached pheasant, pheasant cock-aleekie, barbecue pheasant and even pheasant and partridge scotch eggs.
The Edwards's pheasant is listed as critically endangered due to hunting and destruction of its habitat.
If that sounds too strenuous, stay at the Wild Pheasant Hotel and indulge in the luxurious leisure club.
Mr McMorn managed six pheasant shoots over 11 farms in Northumberland.
THE World Pheasant Plucking Championship will be held in St Helens later this month.
Bassenthwaite's Pheasant Inn, just 10 minutes west of Keswick, in a stunning and easily accessible area of the Lake District, is a splendid example.
Abstract: The aim of this clinical report was to describe a case of complete atrioventricular dissociation in a 9-month-old, male ring-necked pheasant (Phasianus colchicus).