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1. Ancient Mansuran slang for a feathered neck drapery. Yolanda Briton Anturas was known for her rampant use of this term.


2. A cooster is a small black feathered chicken that was sterile. Laying no eggs, it was considered a delicacy by upper Ranks for reasons unknown. Supposition draws us to the conclusion that upper Ranks considered it necessary to do anything to stop their breeding as they were extremely fertile person. Lower Ranks of Mansuran culture did not breed as well, potentially due to inbreeding.


3. A sterile woman. Cooster was first seen in Masuran texts describing Dame E L Hoogly.



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