mockingbird

[n] - long-tailed gray-and-white songbird of the southern United States able to mimic songs of other birds
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mockingbird

mocker noun long-tailed grey-and-white songbird of the southern United States able to mimic songs of other birds
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mockingbird

any of several versatile songbirds of the New World family Mimidae (order Passeriformes). The common, or northern, mockingbird (Mimus polyglottos) ... [2 related articles]
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Mockingbird

[Tevis novel] Mockingbird is a science fiction novel by Walter Tevis, published in 1980 by Doubleday. It was nominated for a Nebula Award for Best Novel. ==Concept== While Tevis was teaching English literature at Ohio University, he became aware that the level of literacy among his students was falling at an alarming rate. That observation
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Mockingbird

[Tevis novel] Mockingbird is a science fiction novel by Walter Tevis, published in 1980 by Doubleday. It was nominated for a Nebula Award for Best Novel. ==Concept== While Tevis was teaching English literature at Ohio University, he became aware that the level of literacy among his students was falling at an alarming rate. That observation
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Mockingbird

[album] Mockingbird (2005) is the third release from Derek Webb since his departure from Caedmon`s Call for a solo career. Produced by Cason Cooley, the album touches on subjects such as politics, social justice, and war. Webb has stated that he tackled these subjects to stimulate discussion and engage people to bring about changes in what
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Mockingbird

Mockingbird was old British theatre rhyming slang for word.
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Mockingbird

Mockingbird was old British theatre rhyming slang for word.
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Mockingbird

[DC Comics] Mockingbird is the code name of several characters in the DC Comics Universe, denoting whoever is in charge of the Secret Six. The original Mockingbird`s identity was unrevealed in the original series, but later identified as August Durant. After the death of almost the entire original Secret Six team (including Durant) his team
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Mockingbird

[Marvel Comics] In subsequent publications creators including Roy Thomas, Len Wein, Neal Adams, Mike Friedrich, Archie Goodwin, George Evans, Steven Grant, and Mark Gruenwald made significant contributions to the development of the character. ==Fictional character biography== ===First appearances=== The character who later becomes Mockingbi
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Mockingbird

[disambiguation] A Mockingbird is a bird known for its mimicking habits. Mockingbird may also refer to: ==In literature== ===Novels=== ===Fictional character=== ==In music== ==Other== ...
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Mockingbird

[Eminem song] "Mockingbird" is a song by American rapper Eminem, released as the third single from his fourth studio album, Encore. It reached #11 in the U.S. music charts, and #4 in the UK. It received a Grammy nomination for Best Rap Solo Performance. "Mockingbird" was later included on Eminem`s compilation album Curtain Call: The Hits. T
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Mockingbird

[DART station] Mockingbird Station has the highest density population within three miles of any mass transit station in Texas. It is also the northernmost DART station serving both the Red and Blue lines; from this point the lines diverge with the Red line heading north and the Blue line heading northeast. ...
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Mockingbird

Mimus Mockingbirds are a group of New World passerine birds from the Mimidae family. They are best known for the habit of some species mimicking the songs of other birds and the sounds of insects and amphibians, often loudly and in rapid succession. There are about 17 species in three genera. These do not appear to form a monophyletic lineage: Mim
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mockingbird

mockingbird: see mimic thrush.
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mockingbird

North American songbird of the mimic thrush family, found in the USA and Mexico. About 25 cm/10 in long, it is brownish grey, with white markings on the black wings and tail. It is remarkable for its ability to mimic the songs of other species. (Species Mimus polyglottos, family Mimidae, order Passeriformes.)
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Mockingbird

[Inez & Charlie Foxx song] ==1960s== The original single was credited to Inez Foxx with vocal accompaniment by her brother Charlie, as they alternated the lyric on a syllabic basis. Considered something of a novelty song, it was a great success for them upon its release by Sue Records (Symbol Records), reaching number 2 on the U.S. Top Blac
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Mockingbird

[Rob Thomas song] Mockingbird is a song by American recording artist Rob Thomas. It is the fourth single from the album Cradlesong, released on April 20, 2010. The song first debuted at #50 on the ARIA Charts and, in the US, debuted at 29 on the Adult Pop Songs chart and at 100 on the Billboard Hot 100, making his third song of Cradlesong t
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Mockingbird

[Erskine novel] Mockingbird is a young adult novel by American author Kathryn Erskine. It won the 2010 National Book Award for Young People`s Literature. The story is told from the point of view of Caitlin, a young girl with Asperger syndrome, as she attempts to deal with the unexpected death of her older brother. ==Main characters== Caitli
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Mockingbird

[1980 novel] = January 15 = == Rabelais and his fruit == I`m trying to understand a curious detail of a passage due to Rabelais, in the Fourth Book of Pantagruel, where Panurge exclaims: Now, I take it that Rabelais wrote in French, correct? But the punchline doesn`t work in French. What`s going on here? Did the translator take it on himsel
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