Cuckoo's Egg


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Cuckoo's Egg

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The probability that the host species discovers the cuckoo's egg is within the probability range pa [member of] [0, 1] and the total number of nests is fixed.
com)-- The Cuckoo's Egg is the sometimes shocking, yet incredibly inspirational life journey of Emma.
Bill, who is being treated at the Capio Nightingale hospital near Harley Street, has made no secret of his depression and wrote about it in his autobiography, One Flew into the Cuckoo's Egg.
One Flew Into The Cuckoo's Egg - Bill Oddie - My Autobiography: Hodder & Stoughton: pounds 20.
Maintaining its distinctiveness has been a problem for the NHMF ever since the cuckoo's egg of the Heritage Lottery Fund was laid in its nest by the government in 1994.
The cuckoo's egg will resemble its host's and the chick, after ousting its ``siblings'', will in no time become a demanding and oversized chick.
Some nest tenants heave the cuckoo's egg overboard.
READERS WRITE: "When a cuckoo's egg hatches in another bird's nest, how old is the chick before it realises it's a cuckoo?
We may have displaced an ancient celestial event with a national holiday - a cuckoo's egg in the nest of time - but in doing so, we still honor the cuckoo's seasonal prophecy.
Clifford Stoll's The Cuckoo's Egg, Michelle Slatella and Joshua Quittner's Masters of Destruction, and Cyberpunk, which I co-authored with Katie Hafner, all explore the brave new world of young men obsessed with powerful machines and computer networks.
In 1989, Stoll helped make hyperspace hip with his best-seller, "The Cuckoo's Egg.
Stoll is, after all, an astronomer, a longtime devoted computer and Internet user, and the author of the delightful The Cuckoo's Egg, which details his role in catching a gang of hackers who broke into a computer system at the University of California at Berkeley.