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goldcrest

a small Old World warbler, Regulus regulus, having a greenish plumage and a bright yellow-and-black crown
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Goldcrests of course, are natives of our coniferous woodlands, as are those curious birds, crossbills.
This fine picture of a goldcrest was taken by John Money at South Gare.
o E hu not con Con Bri whT up not Then bizarrely, as I took a break from writing the goldcrest experience for this column, I noticed a little blue tit was sitting on the garden table.
Goldcrest Resources said its board intends to increase this production rate to 250 bbls/d and move the company into free cash flow territory within six months of the work programme commencing.
Goldcrest was one scheme that failed, so investors gained nothing.
Tim, who is now using his experience with Goldcrest to live out his dream of owning his own vineyard in South Africa, said the Chamber had been vital in the early years of the business and has continued to be a source of support.
AT only 9cm long and weighing as little as a 5p coin, the goldcrest - Europe's smallest bird - is hard to catch on camera.
And the management of the Goldcrest Views 2 tower are determined not to be the next Tamweel by declaring the residential block must be clutter free and "smoke free".
Gleneagles, Goldcrest Drive, Cardiff What's it got?
Two years ago, Goldcrest exec director Nick Quested and his board of directors took a hard look at the global entertainment marketplace and the opportunities their 35-yea-rold production and financing outfit had to offer,
30 in which Goldcrest Lord may take advantage of a class-drop, while Dean Childs's in-form Droopys Doctor can stretch his winning run in the 8.
Meanwhile, the BTO reported that a tiny goldcrest ringed in Norway was found more than 400 miles away in Lincolnshire just two days later; not bad for a bird weighing less than 10p.