Slang/jargon use of Chook

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Subject: Slang/jargon use of Chook
From: Alan McBride <>
Date: Sat, 31 Jan 2009 11:58:11 +1100
I came here in 1976 from NZ / England and it was used then by most of the birders I met in what was then the NSW FOC. Alan Morris may remember it earlier (?) but I remember Jim Francis and John Waugh both using it on trips we did in late 70's! Not sure if Sean was born then ;-)



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On 31/01/2009, at 11:16 , Wendy wrote:

I'll bet Sean and mates invented/adapted/adopted it
wendy m

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