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magpie

n. a person who chatters; a person who annoys others by chattering. Why do those horrendous magpies all go to the same movies I go to?
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Anyone with information on who might own the bike should contact the Coventry Magpie Team on 101 using extension number 8343009 and reference 1832254/F.
Sensurion Aerospace is proud to have our MAGPIE MP-1 initiate operations here in the Nevada UAS Test Range, and to be among the first to carry an FAA 'N number' registration.
The Magpie is also in Patent Pending status within the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
We were almost reluctant to climb the stairs, convinced we must have got there before opening time but no, the Magpie is ready for business from 11.
However, a cloacal sample from a seropositive juvenile magpie captured in early August 2005 was positive by nested PCR, which suggests that WNV was circulating among wild birds in 2005.
One evening late a magpie flew down into the farmyard.
The tapestry of the world begins to unravel with Vritra's death, and it is up to Magpie to save not only the Magruwen, but also the very existence of her race.
Both Magpie and Appleyard eggs are much larger than the largest grade chicken egg.
Another common magpie, which was found Friday near the Bird Garden in Mongkok that houses dozens of pet bird sellers, is suspected of being infected and additional tests are being conducted.
They meet once a year on the 7th day of the 7th lunar month on the Chinese calendar on a bridge made of magpie wings over the Silver River.
Kavaler closes with fine accounts of three puzzling late works: the Magpie on the Gallows, Beekeepers, and Nest Robber.
But as far as I can tell, the biggest menace to unsuspecting visitors is the magpie.
The Bavarian State Tax Office writes for the Magpie project consulting and development services in two lots from.
Sang-im Lee, the leader of magpie research team and the first author of the paper, said.
Magpie geese are part of the waterfowl collection at Martin Mere and have been there for a number of years, although have never been successfully bred.