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Cockatrice

cock·a·trice (k k -tr s, -tr s ). n. Mythology.

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Archaea: a microbial cockatrice
a microbial cockatrice. A cockatrice was a flamboyant sight at medieval banquets, featuring a roasted chimaera of winged rooster fused to a suckling pig.
Study Questions on The Book of the Dun Cow
Cockatrice will pose, as his birth is described in Five? As you continue Chauntecleer as leader to Cockatrice as leader of his community.
“Boolean Logic : Nethack” Teacher notes
player can be petrified by a living cockatrice and the second part covers how a cockatrice then a helmet is highly recommended when attacking a cockatrice.
THE BOOK OF THE DUNCOW
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The New Cockatrice is superbly located on the River Yare close to Reedham Ferry in an idyllic rural location.

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Portrayal of disfigured Richard III a thing of beauty
His mother curses the day he was conceived, saying of herself, “A cockatrice hast thou hatched to the world.” When he makes advances to Lady Anne, she shrieks, “Thou lump of foul deformity” before spitting on him.
Religion bad, science good -- an argument for fools
And the sucking child shall play on the hole of the asp, and the weaned child shall put his hand on the cockatrice' den.

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Cockatrice - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A cockatrice is a legendary creature, essentially a two-legged dragon with a rooster's head.
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Cockatrice - The RuneScape Wiki - Skills, quests, guides, items
Jan 26, 2006 For information on the summoning familiar, see Spirit cockatrice. For information on the familiar us.
Cockatrice
Supposedly there was a cockatrice found in the vault of a chapel dedicated to Saint Lucea during the time of Pope Leo the Fourth (847 to 855.

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