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- n. any coarse weed of the genus Xanthium having spiny burrs
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I think that he served a purpose, he made a cockleburr every once in awhile and he certainly was one.
Not to mention the somewhat operatic Flamingo, or that total wonder of composition, the Carolina Parrots, in a spray of cockleburr: brown sticks, sea-green feathers and heads with the plastic value of seven little nectarines.
"My name is Pinkney Dawson," said the cornerer of the cockleburr market.
If you are not a nerd or a dork, just skip straight to the picture of the cockleburr below and read from there.
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