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king of the doos



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The King of the Doos—the English Carrier (blue black-barred)

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king of the doos (plural kings of the doos)

  1. (Scotland) The English Carrier, Columba livia domestica (a very old breed of fancy pigeon developed in England and Scotland, the original ancestors of this exhibition breed were imported to Europe from the Middle East).


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