firecrest


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firecrest

(ˈfaɪəˌkrɛst)
n
(Animals) a small European warbler, Regulus ignicapillus, having a crown striped with yellow, black, and white
Translations
Sommergoldhähnchen
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Glaucous Gull, Scaup, Water Pipit and Firecrest were among the highlights here.
This can create hard work for birdwatchers because they all need to be checked in case the flock contains their much, much rarer cousin the firecrest.
Aptiv's adaptive trial capabilities, combined with our existing technology platforms, such as ICONIK and Firecrest, will further differentiate our services and help our customers take time and cost out of the development process," said Dr.
The offenders then made off with cash on foot in the direction of Firecrest Way.
According to ICON, Aptiv's adaptive trial capabilities, combined with its existing technology platforms, such as ICONIK and Firecrest, will further differentiate its services and help is customers take time and cost out of the development process.
We are achieving this through the combination of our industry expertise and enabling technologies such as Iconik and Firecrest.
We are achieving this through our expertise and enabling technologies such as Iconik and Firecrest.
Firecrest Pic: PETE WOOD More Firecrests were found at Wylfa Head, Porth Meudwy and Holyhead's Breakwater Country Park.
I had a great display this year, so I will stick with two old favourites who did me proud - the in-your-face red Firecrest and the pale pink best-seller, Appleblossom.
A pack of three cards featuring lovely wintry images of a blue tit, a firecrest and a long-tailed tit is flying off the shelves, and we hope this proves people realise that all birds need our help at the moment.
Firecrest Systems Ltd says it's a serious business problem.
The firm blamed "human error" for the offences, which related to inspections at three Vintage Inns pubs in the county - the Firecrest in Wendover, the Five Bells in Weston Turville and the Bugle Horn in Hartwell - in July last year.