Feathers

Feathers is British slang for pubic hair.
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Feathers

Feathers is British slang for pubic hair.
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feathers

feathers, outgrowths of the skin, constituting the plumage of birds. Feathers grow only along certain definite tracts (pterylae), which vary in different groups of birds. Feathers develop from tiny projections of tissue (papillae) embedded in follicles and nourished by blood vessels in the dermis. W...
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Feathers

The long hairs of the fetlock that cover the hooves of some draft horses. Clydesdales have the thickest and most beautiful feathers.
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Feathers

long hair on the back of front legs
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Feathers

[album] Feathers is the fifth album by the Washington, D.C. based rock band Dead Meadow. It was released in 2005 by Matador Records on CD and LP. ==Track listing== ...
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Feathers

[novel] Feathers is a children’s fantasy novel by Jacqueline Woodson that was first published in 2007. The story is about a sixth grade girl named Frannie growing up in the ‘70s. One day an unexpected new student causes much chaos to the class because he is the only white boy in the whole school. Feathers grapples with concepts such as
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Feathers

[film] Feathers is a 1987 Australian drama film directed by John Ruane. It was screened out of competition at the 1987 Cannes Film Festival. ...
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Feathers

[play] Feathers is the debut play by Eliza Power, based on the story of Tereus, Procne and Philomela from Ovid`s Metamorphoses. It is a contemporary reworking of the original myth. The play`s title come`s from the ending of the original myth, where the lead characters metamorphose into birds. The play premiered at The White Bear Theatre in
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Feathers

[band] Feathers is a four piece band from Brisbane, Australia consisting of Michelle Brown, Helena Papageorgiou, Innez Tulloch and Susan Milanovic. They create dark reverb laden psychedelic dream pop with a 1960s garage edge. ==History== Starting out with Brown and Papageorgiou in 2006, Feathers has seen its line up changes and music evolve
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Feathers

The number 33.[1] Also may refer to flights, since early flights were made from feathers.
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Feathers

Tiny cracks within the stone that resemble feathers. Generally, feathers do not affect durability unless they reach the stone's surface.
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