black cock


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Noun1.black cock - male black grouseblack cock - male black grouse      
black grouse - grouse of which the male is bluish-black
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Well, I have killed more than fifty black cocks with it, and I vow I'll kill their master, the devil, as well as them.
Other new entries include: Ieuan ap Iago, Aberdare; Rhoswenallt Inn, Aberdare; Black Cock Inn, Caerphilly Mountain; Wheatsheaf Hotel, Llantrisant; Red Cow, Pontsticill; King's Head, Bridgend; Cross Keys Inn, Dinas Powys; and Prince of Wales, Kenfig.
The Black Cock is on the well-trodden path for both dog walkers and cyclists as they explore Caerphilly Mountain.
The girls were standing on Black Cock Bridge, on Camden Street, Walsall Wood, when the pervert approached them on January 28.
Waunwaelod Way, Caerphilly, CF83 1BD TELEPHONE: 029 2088 0534 ATMOSPHERE: Set on top of Caerphilly mountain, The Black Cock Inn makes a mockery of most of the pubs that claim the term 'hidden gem'.
And in the valley of the shtetl, a black cock went on crowing from yesterday on; a sluggish wind blew alarmingly and with the creak of fast-closed shutters, crossing and re-crossing all that Sabbath day.
It has been organised by CoCoCoCocks (Coordinated Conferences for the Conservation of Black Cock
The Black Cock Inn in Falstone has a bar for 30, with an original black lead fireplace and a separate pool room/further bar area seating around 25 customers.
old drinking haunt of music hall stars including Laurel and Hardy and Charlie Chaplin; GATE INN, Derby GEORGE & DRAGON, Derby; CASTLE INN, Leicestershire; BLACK COCK, West Brom; WEST END BAR, B'ham; ROCKET, Nechells; ROEBUCK INN, Derbyshire
The injured man, who is in his 30s, was taken to Walsall Manor Hospital after violence flared in the Black Cock pub, Green Lane, Walsall Wood.
Black Cock, Caerphilly Mountain, Watford, Caerphilly, Mid Glamorgan, CF8 1NF
The body is black seal's fur with a palmered black cock hackle; the ribbing, oval silver tinsel and the hackle, red-brown cock.