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see mimic thrushmimic thrush,
common name for members of the Mimidae, a family of exclusively American birds, allied to the wrens and thrushes, that includes the mockingbird, the catbird, and the thrashers. Mimic thrushes are most numerous in Mexico.
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I'm excited beyond words to announce the purchase of the Atlanta Thrashers," said Mark Chipman, chairman of the board of True North.
As we looked to expand our exposure in the Atlanta market, there was no better way to do this than by partnering with the Atlanta Hawks and the Atlanta Thrashers," said HotelPlanner.
The Curve-billed Thrasher (Toxostoma curvirostre) is placed in the Mimidae, a family that includes several species that mimic other species and/or sing at night (Bent 1948).
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Our fans are essential in creating home court advantage for the Hawks and the Thrashers," said Tracy White, Senior Vice President, Sales and Marketing, and Chief Sales Officer for the Hawks, Thrashers and Philips Arena.
A four-game winning streak had pushed the Thrashers within a point of Boston for the eighth playoff spot.
The XCO SportsLink solution includes a wide range of content, analytics, and technology services that will enable the Thrashers organization to create and manage their content so that fans can easily download dynamic applications to their smartphones.
Ornithologists have long recognized that songs of Northern Mockingbirds and Brown Thrashers can be reliably distinguished in the field by their repetition patterns (e.
First Thrasher you saw: I don't remember; maybe that has something to do with the answer to the last question.
Another owner, Rutherford Seydel, is the son-in-law of Ted Turner, the television tycoon who at one time or another owned the Hawks, the Thrashers, and the Atlanta Braves.
2005, 150 Atlanta Thrashers and Atlanta Hawks season ticket holders with both a Chase-issued Visa credit account and a Cingular Wireless account made payments at contactless readers supplied by ViVOtech at concession stands throughout the arena.