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very small yellow-headed titmouse of western North America

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Observations of a ruby-crowned kinglet (Regulus calendula) roosting in a verdin (Auriparus flaviceps) nest in winter.
By allowing us to encounter each individual figure in its own individual integrity, Verdin creates a new work of art that incorporates a potential serial panorama with his visual multiplicity of "the space between" as highlighted by the differing positions of the ten plasma screens.
Verdin and his team found that beta'OHB might actually help delay this process.
One of the nation's oldest family-owned manufacturers, Verdin is known for innovation — from the electric winder of clocks in 1910 to the first electric bell ringer in 1927, to the largest swinging cast bell in America to the only traveling bell foundry in the world.
The large rolling metalcasting facility is just one of the Verdin Company's many toys, bur the bells it produces are similar to most of the products it makes at its full scale bell manufacturing plant in Cincinnati.
Prosecutors said Cordoba arranged for Martinez and Verdin to drive to the ranch on the afternoon the doctor was killed.
Chris Verdin, manager of Marks and Spencer, in High Street, said the store had lost thousands.
Co-producers, Ed Cathell III, Julia Verdin, Robert Ozn, Colin Greene.
Edition critique de Joel-Marie Fauquet et Joris Verdin.
Greta Verdin was last heard from a fortnight ago when she phoned a friend.
Verdin sent his family to live with relatives in a nearby town.
A G Parfett has appointed Steve Verdin as business development manager, Anfield.
Verdin of the University of California, San Francisco.
Philip Verdin, who retired this week as Hereford chairman after 28 years, receives an OBE for services to the Royal British Legion and to agriculture in Herefordshire.
In this investigation, we focus on the effects of solar radiation and wind speed, as well as their interaction, on the thermal biology of a very small songbird, the Verdin Auriparus flaviceps.