This Captain Birdseye
has piercing blue eyes and can leap from his boat into the sea for a swim with his grandchildren.
, C and Fitzgerald, G A 1932 History and present importance of quick freezing.
ANSWERS: 1 Opus Dei; 2 Pygmalion; 3 Gold; 4 Enid Blyton; 5 Birdseye
frozen peas; 6 168; 7 Pontius Pilate; 8 Kirk Douglas; 9 The African; 10 B lur.
The story of the US Geological Survey's 1923 Birdseye
expedition in the Grand Canyon is told in this book, using diaries and letters written by the participants.
in 1886, Birdseye
exhibited keen interest in outdoor activities.
From his office near the south end of the Eugene Airport's main runway, Harvey Birdseye
looks out at a sky without a trace of blue and sees an abundant natural resource.
Duncan (David Troughton) is a Scottish king but sounds like Captain Birdseye
Sales of frozen food began in a small way in the 1860s, but the father of today's frozen food business was an American naturalist with the improbable name of Clarence Birdseye
They have diversified into everything from Christmas trees, balsam wreaths and maple syrup to cabin rentals, fishing and hunting excursions, birdseye
and curly maple lumber products, and veneer for Popsicle sticks.
Fishy entrepreneur Richard Periam must have something in common with Captain Birdseye
, because he's managed to breed Wales' first ever colony of seahorses.
Standard product offering includes such finishes as birdseye
maple, crotch mahogany, rosewood, teak and more Custom veneer finishes can be special ordered at quoted prices.
Was WI communications director Kari Birdseye
telling the group that sustainable agriculture was nothing but a big fat waste of time?