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Dorking fowl

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Dorking fowl

(Science: zoology) One of a breed of large-bodied domestic fowls, having five toes, or the hind toe double. There are several strains, as the white, gray, and silver-gray. They are highly esteemed for the table.

Origin: From the town of Dorking in England.