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Synonyms for firebird

the male is bright red with black wings and tail

tropical American flycatcher found as far north as southern Texas and Arizona

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Firebird is an extremely reliable and trusted brand in the marketplace and so fits in well with our company ethos.
Suchit Kumar, sales vice president, MEA & Central Asia, MMD, said: "We are confident in the reach of FireBird in Central Asia and Transcaucasia market and this tie-up will provide us the desired penetration and help Philips monitors to prop up its market share in the fast growing region.
marks the beginning of a long-lasting relationship between FireBird and
The Firebird Singers' next concert will be on December 12 at St Oswald's Church in Tile Hill at 7.
Based in New York, Firebird started investing in Mongolia in 2006 and is the largest foreign institutional investor operating on the Mongolian Stock Exchange.
Firebird Presort's customers produce a wide variety of mail pieces that challenge the extreme limits of any sorter.
While not being the most nimble car on the road, Kevin's Firebird is pretty easy to drive and he uses it as a day-to-day motor for shopping and going to work.
Our new Firebird trading platform augments our greatest strength - our team of brokers - and leverages their broking capabilities in delivering best execution services to our clients, helping to ensure Phoenix Partners Group's position as one of the world's leading interdealer brokers," said Marcos Brodsky, Managing Director and co-Founder of the firm.
But this is an almost three-hour programme of intense drama lightened marginally by the witticism of the folk tale Pulcinella and the glorious and colourful finale of The Firebird.
And they are also delighted with the success of Firebird, an energetic production based on a Russian folk story, performed in the square at 7pm to an audience of up to 1,000 before the weather deteriorated.
Before you do, though,consider yet another alternative called Firebird.
And when he is behind the wheel of his 1979 Pontiac Firebird Formula 400, you could hardly accuse him of blending quietly into the background.
The latest sneak preview showcases expanded database connectivity for more than a dozen platforms including Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, Sybase, MySQL, InterBase, IBM DB2, and more, plus new support for the popular Firebird SQL database.
July 20, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- When General Motors introduced the Pontiac Firebird in 1967, it joined the growing field of "muscle cars" populated with nameplates such as the Ford Mustang and Dodge Charger both of which were scoring commercial success in the marketplace.