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tiny American bird having brilliant iridescent plumage and long slender bills

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Never use honey to make the syrup, because honey, if allowed to spoil, hosts a fungus, which can fatally infect hummingbird tongues and cause starvation.
Forward-looking statements are based on management's current plans, estimates, opinions and projections, and Hummingbird does not assume any obligation to update forward-looking statements if assumptions related to these plans, estimates, opinions and projections should change.
The A160 Hummingbird is being developed and tested by Boeing Phantom Works under contract with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.
Food supply and the annual cycle of the Anna Hummingbird.
As if on cue, an Anna's hummingbird zipped up, wings ablur and feathers flashing red and green in the sun.
Hummingbird Synergy is designed to provide integrated access for concurrent monitoring of Intracranial Pressure (ICP), Oxygen, or Cerebral Blood Flow while providing ventricular drainage.
We observed an adult Giant Hummingbird on several occasions during February 2005 (austral summer) visit a site where ashes from a barbecue had accumulated on the ground at the Pantanillos Forest Research Station (35[degrees] 32' S, 72[degrees] 17' W) near Constitucion in central Chile.
Being opened to filming after a five-year renovation, the Hummingbird Nest Ranch is a luxurious mission-style horse ranch with stables and three riding arenas on 400 acres with sandstone rock formations across the freeway from the old Corriganville movie ranch.
Indeed, in the Western Hemisphere, hummingbird ranges include Alaska and Tierra del Fuego, and the birds forage in habitats as diverse as tropical lowlands and 4,500-meter-high slopes of the Andes.
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Hummingbird will now seek final court approval for the arrangement on Friday, September 22, 2006.
In the hummingbird videos, most of the successful captures snagged the insect close to the mouth end of the hummingbird's bill, says Yanega.
But Diana Tashjian held her ground: You can't call an ambulance to save a baby hummingbird.
With health care costs on the rise, now is the perfect time for companies to improve the effectiveness of wellness benefits by incorporating online health-coaching programs into existing benefit plans," said Sean Slovenski, president and CEO of Hummingbird Coaching, the company that created MyHealthCoach.
Hummingbird provides government departments around the world with a leading-edge enterprise content management solution that is built on a secure, feature-rich, standards-compliant records management foundation," said Barry Litwin, President and Chief Executive Officer, Hummingbird Ltd.