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 (bûrd′zī′), Clarence 1886-1956.
American inventor who received over 300 patents, most notably for methods of quick-freezing food.



Clarence, 1886–1956, U.S. inventor and businessman: developer of food-freezing process.


adj., n., pl. -eyes. adj.
1. seen from above; panoramic: a bird's-eye view of the city.
2. superficial; general: a bird's-eye view of ancient history.
3. having markings resembling birds' eyes: bird's-eye tweed.
4. any of various plants having small, round, bright-colored flowers, as a primrose, Primula farinosa.
a. a pattern in fabric, typically a small diamond with a center dot.
b. a fabric having this pattern.
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Clarence Birdseye was on a scientific expedition to Labrador early in the 20th century when he noticed that freshly caught fish froze solid almost immediately when exposed to Arctic atmospheric conditions.
1886: Clarence Birdseye, American pioneer of the frozen food company, was born.
And even Captain Birdseye might head into harbour if one of these bad boys was waiting for him.
NEW Football Association chief Martin Glenn has gone from Captain Birdseye to ruling English football.
birdseye real wood veneer and Maserati's Trident on the integrated stand.
FROZEN food favourite Captain Birdseye is being demoted after 47 years as the public face of fish fingers in a PS16m shake-up of the brand.
Simon Birdseye on Facebook I'm afraid that if changes aren't made we won't have a GN next year.
1930: Clarence Birdseye marketed the first frozen foods in Massachusetts.
The event took place on the 44th floor in a 3,417 s/f four-bedroom, four-bath residence, giving guests a birdseye view of the city's skyline.
1952: Clarence Birdseye sold his first packet of frozen peas.
Some thieves target rare or expensive wood, like the distinctively patterned birdseye maple used to make violins and guitars.
Erin, brings a wealth of brand management experience having worked for a number of food manufacturer and retailers including Upper Crust, Nestle and Birdseye.