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  • noun

Synonyms for catbird

any of various birds of the Australian region whose males build ornamented structures resembling bowers in order to attract females

North American songbird whose call resembles a cat's mewing

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On June 30 at 1pm ET/10am PT, McAfee CTO and Bugtraq inventor Scott Chasin, SANS virtualization security expert Dave Shackleford and Catbird CTO Michael Berman will be holding a SANS webinar roundtable on cloud security and compliance.
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In addition, we found only anecdotal evidence of potential winter returns for the short-distance migrant House Wren (Troglodytes aedon) and long-distance migrant Gray Catbird (Dumetella carolinensis) (Fisk 1979, Cimprich and Moore 1995, Johnson 1998).
As the leader in automated security policy and compliance for private and hybrid cloud environments, Catbird has demonstrated continued market traction through consistent growth.
Average individuals of four taxa (Empidonax, Gray Catbird, Red-eyed Vireo, and Northern Waterthrush) were estimated to be capable of flying for between 8 and 11 hrs if all mass gained was fat (i.
He's certainly in the catbird seat," says one official of the AFL-CIO, of which IAFF is a member.
MIAMI -- Catbird, the pioneer in leading-edge security and compliance solutions for virtual, cloud and physical networks, announced today that chief technology officer Michael Berman will be the keynote speaker at the Hacker Halted 2010 Conference this week in Miami.
It has been accepted that the Gray Catbird is socially monogamous and it is now evident there are situations when some birds mate polygynously.
The second top price was A$800,000 (about pounds 336,000), paid by Gerry Harvey of Baramul Stud for a brother to 1999 Australian champion two-year-old Catbird and to Group 2 winner Danbird out of the Group 1-placed Marscay mare Fitting.
We were probably sitting in the catbird seat right there,'' Parrish said.
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