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Colleville invented an anagram on Cochin's name; with his given names it made up "Cochenille."
Cochin and his wife were in Birotteau's circle, being present with their son at the famous ball given by the perfumer.
At this time Cochin was also a silent partner in Matifat's drug-store.
He has so much steam that I imagine he must have the spirit of a full-sized Brahma or Cochin compressed into the size of a pigeon.The Red Cow and Her Friends|Peter McArthur
He belongs to Borneo and Cochin-China, where he assembles in large troops, and feeds wholly on fruit.The Desert World|Arthur Mangin