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feathered friend

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any of various derisive sounds of disapproval

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The bird's-eye view of the map, which locates the vanishing point in the spectator's eye, is reversed by the spatial construction in the details in which the figures diminish in scale toward the horizon.
Each episode contained a number of "cinematic" effects, the most famous of which were "aerial shots" created by placing actors on their sides, stomachs, and backs atop specially built platforms, so that the audience felt as if they were watching the action from a bird's-eye view.
Five federal employees are going to have a bird's-eye view of the Super Bowl this weekend, and they're not even going to have to use a vacation day.
Using NetFlow, ReporterAnalyzer v7 gives enterprises more power to diagnose and solve network problems with the ability to drill into detailed data for every protocol, host, and conversation on the network, greater insight into business-critical applications, and a bird's-eye view of the top issues enterprise-wide.
2) Ed and Jane Stauss have a bird's-eye view from their kitchen table as they take part in the Great '98 Backyard Bird Count.
In this work - a canvas laid flat to the wall like a tapestry - she painted a bird's-eye view of hundreds of grazing cattle corralled for imminent slaughter, forcing the viewer into the position of predator.
A bird's-eye view of the guitar technician's work table displays a brilliant-yellow electric guitar, tools, and a burning cigarette, conveying the technical aspects of pre-show preparation.
Some lucky folks ensconced in the cottages to the left had a bird's-eye view of not only the meadow and the sheep, but the ocean as well - and they could enjoy it from rocking chairs on an expansive porch.
The second print, "Road Series: Yellow," features a bird's-eye view of the guitar technician's work table, displaying a brilliant-yellow electric guitar.
We have had a bird's-eye view of the consolidation taking place in the supply chain solutions market," said CGT Magazine's Publisher Steve Rosenstock.
Customizable health ratings that offer a bird's-eye view of
Hayes continued, "DGI tools are able to exploit multi-partitioned databases, and thus we are the only company with the ability to provide a bird's-eye view of the performance of multiple DB2 partitions across multiple databases with integrated drill-down capabilities to accurately see costly SQL statements.
CROP CIRCLES EXPLAINED" and "CROP CIRCLES & SIGNS" present a bird's-eye view of this down-to-earth phenomenon.
The latest version grants the power to monitor performance data across multiple DB2 environments or multiple DB2/EEE nodes, all from a summarized bird's-eye view.
This scenic cruise calls at Cartagena, Limon (Costa Rica), Grand Cayman and Cozumel, while offering a bird's-eye view of the transit through the Panama Canal's Gatun Locks.