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dove·cote

 (dŭv′kōt′, -kŏt′) also dove·cot (-kŏt′)
n.
A compartmental structure, often raised on a pole, for housing domesticated pigeons.
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Crisp was summoned from Buxton, and abruptly carried off her darling boy; but the idea, even, of such an eagle in the Chiswick dovecot caused a great flutter in the breast of Miss Pinkerton, who would have sent away Miss Sharp but that she was bound to her under a forfeit, and who never could thoroughly believe the young lady's protestations that she had never exchanged a single word with Mr.
I abode there in meditation in a room against the dovecot - except when she talked eternally.
Birds do not sing in caves, nor do doves cherish their innocence in dovecots.
Tyrer and Hyland scored for the home side while Halligan and Andrews were in reply for Dovecot.
Jacki Parry: Resonance - Gathering and Sampling North Gallery, Dovecot Studios, Edinburgh UNTIL 26.
Tapestry: Weaving The Century At Dovecot Studios 1912-2012 tells the story of the Scottish company which was originally established by the fourth Marquis of Bute to furnish his homes.
A 30-year-old from Northwich, a 21-yearold from Old Swan and a 26-year-old from Dovecot were all picked up by police after a 23-year-old man was shot outside the West Derby Hotel, in West Derby Village.
He ended up taking a knife to a building site on Dovecot Street, central Stockton, cut the fence, found a fridge worth PS40 and put it in a shopping trolley on the night of September 13 last year.
When we were growing up In Dovecot, Knotty Ash, Liverpool, With our Mam and Dad, Sally and Jack, Devoted couple, always there Best Mam and Dad in the World
A TEENAGER was taken to hospital with a gunshot wound to his shoulder following a targeted street attack in Dovecot, Liverpool.
She toured Dovecot Studios in Edinburgh and expressed her hope that the company would continue to thrive after hitting a rocky patch which almost forced its closure in 2000.
l BUYERS looking for a new nest should pay a flying visit to the Dovecot showhome in Edinburgh's Corstorphine Road.