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coal tit

n
(Animals) a small European songbird, Parus ater, having a black head with a white patch on the nape: family Paridae (tits)
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Translations
sýkora uhelníček
carbonero garrapinos
kuusitiainen

coal tit

n (Zool) → cincia mora
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In Northumberland, where almost 4,000 people took part, the top 10 was: house sparrow; starling; blue tit; blackbird; chaffinch; woodpigeon; great tit; goldfinch; jackdaw; coal tit.
One placard provided a bird-guide to different species of tit, with pictures of examples such as blue tit and coal tit, before concluding with David Cameron, labelled a "colossal" tit -- a British phrase for massive idiot.
"The rise in sightings of goldfinch, longtailed the RSPB is 130 years tit and coal tit, along with chaffinches and greenfinches, goes to show that in the absence of cold weather they can survive the winter months in good numbers.
Winter is with us and our bird table is busy - house sparrows, dunnock, siskin, greenfinch, chaffinch, reed bunting, great tit, blue tit, coal tit, blackbird, robin and wren.
And starting in the 1970s, Tullock was one of the first economists since Malthus to recognize the similarity of biological and economic reasoning, leading him to write interesting articles on "The Coal Tit as a Careful Shopper" and on "The Economies of (Very) Primitive Societies" and to be a founder of the modern field of bioeconomics.
In late autumn, each flock included two Crested Tits, 4-6 Willow Tits, and in three of the flocks, one Coal Tit (P.
In places where there are marsh tits, willow tits and crested tits - the latter exclusively resident in the Speyside pine forests - plus the usual blue and great tit varieties, the coal tit is very much the subservient bird.
The event held over the last weekend in January revealed an increase in sightings of smaller birds, such as goldfinch, long-tailed tit and coal tit that can usually be seen visiting gardens and outside spaces in mixed flocks.
The third most common visitor was the blue tit, followed by the chaffinch, the great tit, the coal tit, the magpie and goldfinch.
Coal Tit sketch framed print, Laura Ashley, www.lauraashley.com, PS24