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rainbird

(ˈreɪnˌbɜːd)
n
(Animals) any of various birds, such as (in Britain) the green woodpecker, whose cry is supposed to portend rain
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Byline: EXCLUSIVE BY ASHLEIGH RAINBIRD Deputy Showbiz Editor
Victor Noble Rainbird was born and lived most of his life in North Shields, and excelled while studying at the Royal Academy in London.
Viz artist Davey Jones has contributed an original cartoon strip, while David Young, who has 30 Rainbird paintings and organised an exhibition at North Shields on the artist, has given a Brazilian football jersey signed by Pele.
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When Sean Rainbird relinquished his position as director of Stuttgart's Staatsgalerie in early 2012 to take up the equivalent position at the National Gallery of Ireland, the latter was in the middle of a major refurbishment and the work was expected to be finished by 2014 or at latest the start of the following year.
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Rainbird (ECHO letters, March 7) complaining about cuts to local gover nment.
Donna Rainbird aged 30, of Somerville House, Waterson Croft, Chelmsley Wood, pleaded guilty at Warwick Crown Court last year to two charges of theft.
Ian Rainbird of Mirfield, who lent us the photo, says the match took place on Leeds Road playing fields and scorers for Almondbury were David 'Niffer' Watson (four), and one each from Womersley, Rainbird and Headey.
The Archaeology of Micronesia By Paul Rainbird Cambridge University Press, 2004.
Hunt and Lipo's revised dating of Easter Island's settlement makes "much better sense of other archaeological evidence," remarks archaeologist Paul Rainbird of the University of Wales, Lampeter.
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