fledgling


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young bird that has just fledged or become capable of flying

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(of a young bird) having acquired its flight feathers

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young and inexperienced

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However, fledglings are extremely unlikely to be abandoned.
Nicola Johnson, RSPCA inspector, said: "We are extremely grateful to this pair for their help in rescuing this little fledgling, and who knows - they themselves may yet be fledgling RSPCA inspectors in the making.
Country: , SwitzerlandSector: Machinery/EngineeringTarget: Fledgling companyBuyer: Tornos Holding AGType: Corporate acquisitionFinancing: All-stockStatus: AgreedComment: The name of the target company was not disclosed.
Doner includes artistic renditions of artifacts from various vampyre covens around the world, along with color photographs that document physical changes experienced by fledgling vampyres.
Fledglings typically stayed within 8 m of their siblings (With and Balda, 1990); therefore, if more than one fledgling was radiotracked from a nest, I used the nestling with the most locations only in this analysis to avoid pseudoreplication.
THREE fledgling technology firms will be vying for investors' cash.
Although they sit there looking vulnerable and sounding distressed, in most cases what you see is a perfectly healthy fledgling (a young bird that has left the nest) and you can be sure that the adult birds will be close by and will know what to do.
Rob Hennessy The fascinating diary of the fledgling trainer of Sublimity
In another November article, Michael Gordon reported in The New York Times from Fort Riley, Kansas: "This wind-swept stretch of Kansas has become the hub of a major new push by the United States Army to overhaul its effort to advise Iraq's fledgling security forces.
The fledgling operation, says Mundy, was only days from doing business.
distills his thirty years of wisdom and experience in The 90 Minute MBA, a no-nonsense self-teaching tool written for especially for fledgling entrepreneurs.
Chapters chronicle how Hough served as the Vineyard Gazette's owner and editor for nearly six decades, his own passion for writing reflected in his twenty-four fiction and nonfiction books, his conservation work, and his best-selling "Country Editor" which has remained an inspiration to aspiring and fledgling journalists.
Founder of the Cloud Appreciation Society, Pretor-Pinney provides the tools that every fledgling cloudspotter needs to identify the 10 main cloud varieties.
Tactfully presenting an intriguing re-definition of the scriptural collections attributed to and about Paul, On The Letters Of Paul is a scholarly analysis providing a literary understanding through the Pauline books of the New Testament and their social values, perceptions and cultural influences on the thought and theology of the foremost evangelical apostle of the fledgling Christian movement.