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lovebirds

small parrots, traditional symbol of affection. [Am. Culture: Misc.]
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Jewellers Ernest Young have offered the lovebirds wedding bands, and Remus Uomo have volunteered to kit out the groom.
The birds included 12 cockatiels, 18 lovebirds (2 A roseicollis, 16 species unknown), and 4 parrotlets (Forpus genus, species unknown), all from different regions throughout the United States.
The characters I play in Lovebirds show you what not to do.
Guests were welcomed at the front door with an antique birdcage filled with fresh flowers, garden greenery, lovebirds, and a banner with the couple's names.
Deepika and Ranveer's coordinated look reminded us of Hollywood lovebirds Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis, who always make public appearances in almost similar outfits.
If the report holds any truth, it will be the second innings for the alleged lovebirds on celluloid.
Not only are their million-dollar nuptials being planned for them, the Bachelor-born lovebirds are getting paid a six-figure sum to walk down the aisle on ABC next year.
The lovebirds are said to have been dating for five months and it is only a matter of time before we hear the wedding bells chime.
DC 3rd Birthday Party with Lovebirds The Berkeley Suite, Glasgow Lovebirds are getting bigger and bigger and they will be playing for you with residents Frazer Devine and Jane Jaya Ayres.
Hence, I have decided to adopt a pair of lovebirds as pets.
Neither bird ever said anything back, lovebirds rarely do.
Rather than be separated, the lovebirds fled together in 2000 and settled in Hazaribagh town.