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warble

Vet science
1. a small lumpy abscess under the skin of cattle caused by infestation with larvae of the warble fly
2. a hard tumorous lump of tissue on a horse's back, caused by prolonged friction of a saddle
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Nesting of the Cinereous Warbling Finch (Poospiza cinerea) in Southeastern Brazil.
The Reading lass is now clear favourite ahead of Sam after last week's warbling and would have to finish second for buyers to get their money back.
In a warbling, high pitched voice, I heard myself screaming, `Exterminate
Not the best choice from her stunning debut album Songs In A Minor, but quite a beautiful song despite the warbling.
He spoke to the stones in Hebrew, turned his back on Lithuania and France, on garlands of green words from east and west of Europe, on the sound of birds warbling in his ear at vespers, on the flak of gunfire and martial songs sung by black-booted soldiers clashing like driven herds of buffalo on the tundra.
The players of the gamelan orchestra (bronze xylophones, pots, and gongs, bamboo flutes, and wooden drums) seem to be dancers in their own right, swelling in unison after great flourishes; the choreographed fury of their hammer wielding hands summons monsoons, insect swarms, and warbling birds.
Who knows, in twenty years, music videos could be showcasing disaffected white adolescent bands wearing bibbed overalls with barbed wire suspenders eerily warbling their hormonally poisoned poetry through distended vocal cords stretched by skull-head mosaic tribal neck rings.
Elsewhere in the Rockies the growing demand for aspen might be affecting a number of neotropical migrants that favor aspen groves - the warbling vireo, orange-crowned warbler, western wood pewee, and dusky flycatcher among them.
Today, his talents range from whistling in vibrato, staccato, tremolo and warbling to harmony warbling, trilling and two-note harmony, among others.
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The Cinereous Warbling Finch (Poospiza cinerea) is endemic to the large savannah-like biome known as Cerrado in central South America (Silva and Bates 2002).
One of my colleagues thinks she can sing and spends the day warbling tunes that are as flat as a pancake.