corella

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corella

(kəˈrɛlə)
n
(Animals) any of certain white Australian cockatoos of the genus Kakatoe
[C19: probably from native Australian carall]
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To which Don Quixote replied, "She is not of the ancient Roman Curtii, Caii, or Scipios, nor of the modern Colonnas or Orsini, nor of the Moncadas or Requesenes of Catalonia, nor yet of the Rebellas or Villanovas of Valencia; Palafoxes, Nuzas, Rocabertis, Corellas, Lunas, Alagones, Urreas, Foces, or Gurreas of Aragon; Cerdas, Manriques, Mendozas, or Guzmans of Castile; Alencastros, Pallas, or Meneses of Portugal; but she is of those of El Toboso of La Mancha, a lineage that though modern, may furnish a source of gentle blood for the most illustrious families of the ages that are to come, and this let none dispute with me save on the condition that Zerbino placed at the foot of the trophy of Orlando's arms, saying,
In 2009, the NHCP declared the Dauis church a national historical landmark, along with 16 other heritage churches that were damaged by the earthquake in the towns of Antequera, Baclayon, Bilar, Calape, Carmen, Corellas, Cortes, Danao, Dauis, Dimiao, Lila, Loay, Panglao, Sikatuna, Talibon and Trinidad towns and in Tagbilaran City.
The State Government, University of South Australia, Local Government Association and others are working on a citizen science project to help better manage little corellas across the state.
On the way to Innamincka, look out for large flocks of corellas (a subgenus of the white cockatoo) by the waterhole.
We'd also like to thank the toy elephants of Marrickville, because they were too many, and the Corellas of Strathablyn, for donating their feathers to a pillowfight.
I've watched hundreds of impala bounding away from lions on the savannah of Botswanan Africa, and flocks of white corellas roosting at dusk in copses of gum trees at the edge of the Great Sandy Desert in Western Australia, and I have had no doubt in those moments that, with patience and tutoring, I would learn to distinguish one animal from another.
Abstract: To evaluate the health and nutritional status of 3 wild Australian psittacine species, plasma and hepatic mineral concentrations and plasma biochemical values were measured in wild-caught galahs (Eolophus roseicapilla), long-billed corellas (Cacatua tenuirostris), and sulphur-crested cockatoos (Cacatua galerita).
Galahs, Corellas, Plovers, Ibis and Magpies are birds that are often seen at ground level in and around playgrounds.
Raucous birdlife kicks in at dawn, with screeching corellas, rainbow bee-eaters, screaming bowerbirds and honeyeaters, while a boulder-clambering gorge hike to a waterhole reveals endless native plants - pandanus, melaleuca, grevillea, wattle.
However, some grain-eating birds, such as ducks and corellas, in northern Australia, were less tolerant of 1080 than expected and may face some potential risk of poisoning if baiting campaigns are not carried out carefully.
Rut Miro and Carlos Lopez, from Ballet de la Comunidad de Madrid de Victor Ullate, reunited with fellow Ullate alumni: the Corellas, de Luz, and Maria Gimenez.
These are in Antequera, Baclayon, Bilar, Calape, Carmen, Corellas, Cortes, Danao, Dauis, Dimiao, Lila, Loay, Panglao, Sikatuna, Tagbilaran, Talibon and Trinidad.