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Turkey

A losing investment.
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Turkey

Informal; a bad investment.
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turkey

An investment that has performed poorly.
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Kevin Leman and sexuality educator Kathy Flores Bell present A Chicken's Guide To Talking Turkey With Your Kids About Sex, a straightforward guide for parents and educators about teaching young people about the first period, first nocturnal emission, dating relationships, STDs, molestation, and much more.
TALKING TURKEY: Choosing a bird for the Christmas dinner on December 22, 1967 in one of Liverpool's markets.
GREAT BRITISH BAKE OFF judge Mary Berry, pictured, has been grappling with monstrous joints of meat, Sarah Beeny has been trying to stop sweet-gobbling children from puking all over her home and Jimmy Doherty has been talking turkey.
Note the pert young nurse, second left, talking turkey while adjusting the doctor's stethoscope to the obvious festive cheer of both parties.
8 Talking turkey Telly chef John Quigley reveals the secret of the perfect Christmas roast.
In still another part of the globe, the new world order was also talking turkey in December, as U.S.-led forces occupied famine-struck Somalia.
Among those talking turkey were Ireland rugby star and Unicef ambassador Donncha O'Callaghan and GAA stars and fellow ambassadors Dermot Earley and Joe Canning.

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