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n.1.(Zool.) The honey guide.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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They look even better mixed with paler yellow trumpets like Honeybird, which gradually get paler and paler, fading nearly to white.
John Reid continues to show his skill on a daily basis and notched up two winners with Ellway Star in the five-furlong maiden and Honeybird (nine-furlong maiden).
On stage performers will include Natasha Harper, Lula and the Bebops, the Honeybirds, Jayne Darling and Ricky Hunter.
But the former teacher, whose family thriller Honeybirds will be published later this year by Black & White, knows her mum would be beyond proud.
lost mum at "Lexy, the main character in Honeybirds, loses her mother and grandmother.
The day I hold a copy of Honeybirds in my hand will be truly emotional because the first person I will want to show will be my mum and I can't.
Acts lined up include The Honeybirds, a close harmony 1940s three piece, Lula and the BeBops, who play high tempo 1950s and rock 'n' roll and Paul Harper and his daughter Natasha Harper who will be singing songs from the 20s and 30s.