Bird

(from the article `Eastwood, Clint`) ...Sudden Impact, regarded as the best of the Dirty Harry sequels. A lifelong devotee of jazz, Eastwood also directed the well-regarded Bird (1988), ...
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bird

[n] - the flesh of a bird or fowl (wild or domestic) used as food 2. [n] - warm-blooded egg-laying vertebrates characterized by feathers and forelimbs modified as wings 3. [v] - watch and study birds in their natural habitat
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Bird

• (v. i.) To catch or shoot birds. • (n.) Orig., a chicken; the young of a fowl; a young eaglet; a nestling; and hence, a feathered flying animal (see 2). • (n.) A warm-blooded, feathered vertebrate provided with wings. See Aves. • (n.) Specifically, among sportsmen, a game bird. • (v. i.) Hence: To seek for game or plunder...
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bird

fowl noun the flesh of a bird or fowl (wild or domestic) used as food
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BIRD

(Bi-spectral Infrared Detection satellite) A German microsatellite satellite (mass 80 kg) designed to test new-generation, cooled infrared sensors. Built into two cameras, these sensors are used to detect fires and volcanic activity. BIRD also carries two visible-spectrum c...
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Bird

[given name] Bird is the given name of: ...
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Bird

[nickname] Bird or The Bird is a nickname for: ...
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Bird

[Norfolk cricketer] Bird (full name and dates of birth and death unknown) was an English cricketer. Groom`s batting style is unknown. Bird made a single first-class appearance for Norfolk against Yorkshire in 1834 at New Ground, Norwich. In a match which Norfolk won by 272 runs, Bird was dismissed for 6 runs in Norfolk`s first-innings by To...
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BIRD

[satellite] The unique combination of a stereo camera and two infrared cameras gives the opportunity to acquire: The attitude&control system of the BIRD satellite was reused in the TET-1 satellite. == Publications == A BIRD satellite architecture (in German) (pdf) O. Maibaum, T. Terzibaschian, `Lessons learned from the Object-Oriented Desig...
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bird

Click images to enlargeBackboned animal of the class Aves, the biggest group of land vertebrates, characterized by warm blood, feathers, wings, breathing through lungs, and egg-laying by the female. Birds are bipedal; feet are usually adapted for perching and never have more than four toes. Hearing and eyesight ar...
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Bird

Bird (bẽrd) noun [ Middle English brid , bred , bird , young bird, bird, Anglo-Saxon bridd young bird. √92.] 1. Orig., a chicken; the young of a fowl; a young eaglet; a nestling; and hence, a feathered flying animal (see 2). « That ungentle gull, ...
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Bird

Bird intransitive verb 1. To catch or shoot birds. 2. Hence: To seek for game or plunder; to thieve. [ R.] B. Jonson.
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bird

1. Orig, a chicken; the young of a fowl; a young eaglet; a nestling; and hence, a feathered flying animal (see 2). 'That ungentle gull, the cuckoo's bird.' (Shak) 'The brydds [birds] of the aier have nestes.' (Tyndale (Matt. Viii. 20)) ... 2. <zoology> A warm-blooded, feathered vertebrate provided with wings. See Aves. ... 3. Specifically, am...
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Bird

A drip mold found notably in the cap of the pilaster of the Doric order.
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Bird

An alternative name for a satellite.
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bird

An animal that has feathers and reproduces with hard-shelled eggs. Most but not all birds can fly.
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bird

Any member of a class of vertebrates distinguished by having feathers, two legs, and two wings. Birds are warm-blooded animals, and their young hatch from eggs. According to one theory, modern birds are descended from the dinosaurs. Many of the bones in a bird's skeleton are hollow to reduce the w...
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bird

any of the 9,600 living species unique in having feathers, the major characteristic that distinguishes them from all other animals. A more elaborate ... [80 related articles]
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Bird

Any warm blooded vertebrate of the class Aves, having a body covered with feathers, forelimbs modified into wings, scaly legs, a beak, and no teeth, and bearing young in a hard-shelled egg.
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Bird

Bird is British slang for a woman.
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Bird

Bird is the popular name for the Aves, the bird class of Craniates.
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bird

bird, warm-blooded, egg-laying, vertebrate animal having its body covered with feathers and its forelimbs modified into wings, which are used by most birds for flight. Birds compose the class Aves (see Chordata). There are an estimated 9,000 living species.Birds are believed to be extant members of ...
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Bird

Birds have feathers and wings. They may be the descendants of theropod dinosaurs.
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Bird

Group of warm blooded vertebrate animals whose body is covered with feathers.
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BIRD

Slang term for a girl or woma
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