Ibis

The ibises (collective plural ibis; classical plurals ibides and ibes) are a group of long-legged wading birds in the family Threskiornithidae. They all have long, down-curved bills, and usually feed as a group, probing mud for food items, usually crustaceans. Most species nest in trees, often with spoonbills or herons. The word ibis comes from La...
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Ibis

• (n.) Any bird of the genus Ibis and several allied genera, of the family Ibidae, inhabiting both the Old World and the New. Numerous species are known. They are large, wading birds, having a long, curved beak, and feed largely on reptiles.
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ibis

<ornithology> Any bird of the genus Ibis and several allied genera, of the family Ibidae, inhabiting both the Old World and the new. Numerous species are known. They are large, wading birds, having a long, curved beak, and feed largely on reptiles. ... The sacred ibis of the ancient Egyptians (Ibis aethiopica) has the head and neck black, wit...
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Ibis

(from the article `Callimachus`) ...works include the Iambi, 13 short poems on occasional themes; the Hecale, a small-scale epic, or epyllion, which set a new poetic fashion for ...
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Ibis

(from the article `Ovid`) That Ovid`s poetical powers were not as yet seriously impaired is shown by his poem Ibis. This, written not long after his arrival at Tomis, is a ...
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ibis

noun wading birds of warm regions having long slender down-curved bills
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Ibis

[1886] The Ibis was a paddle-propelled steamship built in 1886 at Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering, Govan, Scotland for the British Government`s Nile Expedition. == See also == ...
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Ibis

[journal] Ibis, subtitled the International Journal of Avian Science, is the peer-reviewed scientific journal of the British Ornithologists` Union. Topics covered include ecology, conservation, behaviour, palaeontology, and taxonomy of birds. The editor-in-chief is Paul F. Donald (Royal Society for the Protection of Birds). The journal is p...
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Ibis

[Ovid] Ibis is a curse poem by the Latin poet Ovid, written during his years in exile across the Black Sea for an offense against Augustus. It is `a stream of violent but extremely learned abuse,` modeled on a poem of the same title by the Alexandrian poet Callimachus. The object of this verbal assault is left unnamed except for the pseudon...
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IBIS

[server] ==Philosophy== The knowledge of protein structures may facilitate and improve the annotation of protein function and the characterization of protein binding partners and binding sites. A database and server IBIS (Inferred Biomolecular Interaction Server, www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/Structure/ibis/ibis.cgi) developed at NCBI, National Inst...
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Ibis

I'bis noun [ Latin ibis , Greek ...; of Egyptian origin.] (Zoology) Any bird of the genus Ibis and several allied genera, of the family Ibidæ , inhabiting both the Old World and the New. Numerous species are known. They are large, wading birds, having a long, curved beak, an...
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ibis

any of about 20 species of medium-sized wading birds constituting the subfamily Threskiornithinae of the family Threskiornithidae (order ... [1 related articles]
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ibis

Any of various wading birds, about 60 cm/2 ft tall, belonging to the same family as spoonbills. Ibises have long legs and necks, and long, downward-curved beaks, rather blunt at the end; the upper part is grooved. Their plumage is generally black and white. Various species occur in the warmer regions of the world. (Family Threskiornidae...
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Ibis

HMS Ibis was a British Black Swan Class escort sloop of 1250 tons displacement launched in 1940 and sunk during the Second World War. She was armed with six 4-inch anti-aircraft guns and ten smaller guns. Two 3-drum type boilers provided a top speed of 19.25 knots and she carried a complement of 180.
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ibis

ibis (ī'bis) , common name for wading birds with long, slender, decurved bills, found in the warmer regions of both hemispheres. The body is usually about 2 ft (61 cm) long. Most ibises nest in colonies. They feed in ponds, lakes, and brackish marshes on fish and other aquatic animals. The...
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Ibis

Ibis is a cultivated variety of potato.
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IBIS

Interactive BodyMind Information System
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ibis

large stork-like bird; a pale apricot colour
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Ibis

The Ibis (Ibididae) is a family of birds related to the storks, and mostly found in warm countries. The bill is long, slender, and nearly cylindrical, tapers towards the tip, and is more or less arched. The head is always more or less bare of feathers, the tail is short, and there are generally tufts of plume-like feathers near the posterior end of...
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ibis

[n] - wading birds of warm regions having long slender down-curved bills
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