birdbath


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birdbath

A small puddle of water occurring at a low spot in paving.
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A note left by a thief after taking a |stone birdbath from a home
At our birdbath, bones and bread are again the order of the day.
Do not run the excavator through the birdbath for cleaning.
He loves to look at his reflection in a birdbath, and he will sit in front of the fireplace during winter in author Jennifer Owings Dewey's New Mexico home.
Adding a birdbath to your yard not only enhances the landscape but also can help birds find ice-free water during harsh winters.
His best-known play was the 1965 Birdbath, and his one-act Night was presented on Broadway as part of a 1968 trilogy tided Morning, Noon and Night, which also included plays by Israel Horovitz and Terrence McNally.
Springtime Oasis, 2000, presents a motley group of jays and sparrows perched on a birdbath, surrounded by bright, pastel spring flowers; a ye llow gingham pattern fills the background.
I had previously rescued an old ceramic birdbath from a scrap pile headed for the local landfill.
Hiram B Birdbath (Jeremy Glover/Frank Whittle) in the all-weather hurdle at Southwell.
Zachary wakes up one morning to find two zebras and a shaggy dog drinking from the birdbath.
A handpainted birdbath titled "Mmmm, Lunch," features Sylvester holding a bowl with Tweety leaning over the other edge.
To help keep the water from freezing, put a floating ball (or empty margarine tub) in the birdbath.