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songbird

1. any passerine bird of the suborder Oscines, having highly developed vocal organs and, in most, a musical call
2. any bird having a musical call
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Songbird Estates is expected to own 69.3 per cent of Canary Wharf Group following the share offer and debt financing.
Songbird said it would be "difficult to quantify" the full impact of the situation until Lehman's administrators PricewaterhouseCoopers and Nomura provided some clarity.
For some songbirds, the trip may be as short as a jaunt from southern Wisconsin to Georgia.
America's coffee habit is severely threatening the world's songbirds, their environments and the livelihood of farmers all over the globe, states the Songbird Foundation.
Songbird Digital, like its predecessor, is designed to help those with mild to moderate hearing loss.
Only eight new grants were related to clinical or treatment aspects of panic disorder, the same number of new grants that studied songbirds, and only four new grants were related to clinical or treatment aspects of obsessive-compulsive disorder, the same number of new grants that studied fish.
The black-and-while birds, branded "the thugs of the garden", are blamed for killing thousands of songbirds, including blackbirds and thrushes.
And we're beginning to see the tide turning." CONTACT: The Songbird Foundation, (888)607-BIRD, www.songbird.org.
Thus dialect creation is an interesting (albeit not the only) driving force in the comparatively rapid evolution of thousands of songbird species.
For one lucky fan, or Lamb as Carey's admirers are called, it was worth waiting for the songbird to get out of traffic because he got to share the stage spotlight with her while she sang 'Touch My Body.'
Songbird Bakery's cake creations of Greggs' savouries...
Songbird's two-year-old season ended in a near-six-length victory at the Breeders' Cup, and she added another Grade 1 success, her fourth altogether, to her CV in the Santa Anita oaks in April before a fever ruled her out of the Kentucky oaks.