birdbath


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birdbath

A small puddle of water occurring at a low spot in paving.
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A note left by a thief after taking a |stone birdbath from a home
Not only does Birdbath wash aircraft more efficiently than traditional methods, it also recovers and recycles the water it uses so that it may be reused to wash the next aircraft.
Hiram B Birdbath (Jeremy Glover/Frank Whittle) in the all-weather hurdle at Southwell.
Zachary wakes up one morning to find two zebras and a shaggy dog drinking from the birdbath.
A handpainted birdbath titled "Mmmm, Lunch," features Sylvester holding a bowl with Tweety leaning over the other edge.
Sometimes they skim the surface of the birdbath for a quick drink of water.
Create a relaxing atmosphere and encourage birdlife into your garden, patio or balcony by providing clean, fresh water all year round with this resin weathered-stone finish, solar-powered birdbath.
SIMPLY scrub your birdbath with very hot water and a good scouring brush.
Among the ornaments taken was a birdbath and six stone cricketing figures.
Regardless of the kind of birdbath you invest in, it's important to clean it every few days with a stiff bristle brush.
If you place a birdbath on your patio, the beauty of the piece may be lost because it will seem hard without planting to soften it.