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bluejay

(ˈbluːˌdʒeɪ)
n
(Animals) a common North American jay, Cyanocitta cristata, having bright blue plumage with greyish-white underparts
Translations

bluejay

[ˈbluːdʒeɪ] N (US) → arrendajo m azul
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Well, a cat can; but you give a bluejay a subject that calls for his reserve-powers, and where is your cat?
Baker said, that after long and careful observation, he had come to the conclusion that the bluejays were the best talkers he had found among birds and beasts.
The bluejay put on his topcoat and was going to the partridge for law when he met the partridge coming to him.
FELIX:--"What made you call it The Battle of the Partridge Eggs when the bluejay had just as much to do with it?
While I was at it he asked me what my name was, but before I could tell him he started to tell me about a bluejay and a young rabbit he had catched in the woods day before yesterday, and he asked me where Moses was when the candle went out.
Bluejay Mining PLC on Friday has made an announcement on its creation of a new entity to be based in Greenland, the site of the companys Pituffik titanium project.
Eastern Consolidated Senior Director and Principal Matt Sparks and Associate Director Alexandra Rossland represented the seller, Bluejay Management, a company founded in 2003 by Marc Jacobowitz and Yerachmeal Jacobson.
Among the stories included in this collection are: The Alligator and The Hunter, Mistakes of Old Man, The Badger and the Bear, The Bird Tribes, The Spider Woman and the Twins, The Woman and Her Bear, Creation Story, Yaponcha - The Wind God, How Fire Came To the Six Nations, The Origin of the Prairie Rose, The Bird Whose Wings Made the Wind, A Widow's Revenge, The Story of a Poor Man, Heavy Collar and the Ghost Woman, Bluejay Finds a Wife, The Medicine Grizzly Bear, A Little Brave and the Medicine Woman, The Man Who Was Afraid of Nothing, The Simpleton's Wisdom, Crossing the Red Sea, Wakiash and the First Totem Pole, and many more.
Bluejay Linklater began the service by drumming a "Song of Mourn" and ended with a "Rising Song.
Caption: Bluejay Linklater ends the National Aboriginal Day service at Saskatoon's Cathedral of St.
Max was lying in the shade beside me, scanning the sky, alerting me to every swallow and bluejay that violated our airspace until a small group of cows, lazily slurping up left over corn from the stubble field, wandered a little too close.