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The golden cockerel perched on its old-fashioned soccer ball gleamed in the autumn sunshine.
More recent designs include the cockerel, marking the Year of The Rooster.
As brilliant as the role of the cockerel is, the ballet belongs to them.
Arrive on the hour to watch bears (the city’s symbol), a cockerel, jester and other characters strike bells and spin around.
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Origin and Etymology of cockerel
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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