Nightingale

[software] Nightingale is a free, open source audio player and web browser based on the Songbird media player source code. As such, Nightingale`s engine is based on the Mozilla XULRunner with libraries such as the GStreamer media framework and libtag providing media tagging and playback support, amongst others. Since official support for Li...
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Nightingale

[song] The song, like the album Wrap Around Joy, got off to a slow start, but eventually charted high. `Nightingale` peaked at number nine on March 1, 1975, on the Billboard Hot 100 and spent one week at number one on the Easy Listening chart. ==Recording== While Carole King is the lead singer of this song in the 1974 version, her daughters...
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nightingale

[n] - English nurse remembered for her work during the Crimean War (1820-1910) 2. [n] - European songbird noted for its melodious nocturnal song
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Nightingale

Night'in·gale noun [ Middle English nihtegale , nightingale , Anglo-Saxon nihtegale ; niht night + galan to sing, akin to English yell ; confer Dutch nachtegaal , Old Saxon nahtigala , Old High German nahtigala , German nachtigall
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nightingale

1. <zoology> A small, plain, brown and gray European song bird (Luscinia luscinia). It sings at night, and is celebrated for the sweetness of its song. ... 2. <zoology> A larger species (Lucinia philomela), of Eastern Europe, having similar habits; the thrush nightingale. The name is also applied to other allied species. Mock nightingal...
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nightingale

Luscinia megarhynchos noun European songbird noted for its melodious nocturnal song
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Nightingale

Florence Nightingale noun English nurse remembered for her work during the Crimean War (1820-1910)
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Nightingale

• (n.) A small, plain, brown and gray European song bird (Luscinia luscinia). It sings at night, and is celebrated for the sweetness of its song. • (n.) A larger species (Lucinia philomela), of Eastern Europe, having similar habits; the thrush nightingale. The name is also applied to other allied species. • (n.) A larger species (Luc...
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Nightingale

(from the article `Tristan da Cunha`) ...of St. Helena, in the South Atlantic Ocean about midway between southern Africa and South America. The territory consists of six small islands, of ...
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nightingale

any of several small Old World thrushes, belonging to the family Turdidae (order Passeriformes), renowned for their song. The name refers in ... [1 related articles]
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Nightingale

[ballet] Nightingale was a ballet composed in the Byelorussian SSR (now Belarus). Created in 1940, it was the first Belarusian ballet to be formed at the National Academic Bolshoi Ballet Theatre. Originally from a book written by Źmitrok Biadula, the ballet was choreographed by Aleksey Yermolayev and set to music by Mikhail Kroshner. ...
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nightingale

nightingale, common name for a migratory Old World bird of the family Turdidae (thrush family), celebrated for its vocal powers. The common nightingale of England and Western Europe, Luscinia megarhynchos, is about 6 1/2 in. (16.3 cm) long, reddish-brown above and grayish-white below. It winters in ...
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Nightingale

The Nightingale (also known as the attic bird and the bulbul) is any song bird of the Passerine genus Daulias of the Thrush family. The Common Nightingale (Daulias luscinia) is about 17 centimetres long with plumage of a rich chestnut-brown above with a rufous tinge to the tail and greyish-white below deepening in hue on the breast,. The Common Nig...
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Nightingale

Type: Term Pronunciation: nīt′in-gāl Definitions: 1. Florence, 1820-1910. English nurse; founder of modern nursing.
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nightingale

Songbird belonging to the thrush family; it sings with remarkable beauty by night as well as during the day. About 16.5 cm/6.5 in long, it is dull brown with a reddish-brown rounded tail; the breast is dull greyish-white, tinting to brown. It migrates in summer to Europe and winters in Africa. It feeds on insects, small animals,...
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Nightingale

[musical] Nightingale: A New Musical is a musical (described by the composer as a children`s opera) in one act, with book, music and lyrics by Charles Strouse. It is based on Hans Christian Andersen`s fairy tale, The Nightingale, and tells the story of a Chinese emperor who learns, nearly too late, that wealth cannot buy happiness. The work...
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Nightingale

[disambiguation] The Common Nightingale is a songbird found in Eurasia. Nightingale may also refer to: == Birds == ==Literature== ==Music== ===Performers=== ===Albums=== ===Songs=== == People == == Places == == Television and film == ==Ships== ==Other uses== ...
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Nightingale

[surname] Nightingale is an English surname. Notable people with this surname include the following: ...
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nightingale

European songbird noted for its melodious nocturnal song
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