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Synonyms for snowbird

medium-sized Eurasian thrush seen chiefly in winter

small North American finch seen chiefly in winter

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To complete this complex recipe Snowbird has added coriander, mint, parsley and thyme.
Snowbird and Alpine Trails worked in partnership with the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest to create a trail that was both exciting and fun, while respecting viewsheds, watershed concerns and natural areas.
Potentially linked in with the acquisition of a new trainer is the purchase of a fleet of modern aircraft for the RCAF's Snowbirds aerobatics team.
The Canadian Snowbird Association said it is a 70,000 member, non-profit, non-partisan organization representing Canadian travellers from across the country.
Although its wingspan is comparable to that of a Boeing 737, the Snowbird weighs less than all of the pillows on board.
Snowbird Particle Astrophysics and Cosmology Workshop (2009: Snowbird, Utah) Ed.
Snowbird, twinned with Zermatt in Switzerland, prides itself on its off-piste powder snow and is full of challenging black runs for advanced skiers.
For 23 years, Miller had a driver's-seat view of that lifestyle: She was such a gregarious booster of it, Junction City RV manufacturer Country Coach outfitted her in a new rig each winter and made her its unofficial ambassador to snowbird destinations from Quartzite, Ariz.
SALT LAKE CITY Get jazzed Cool off to cool tunes at the Jazz & Blues Festival, hosted by the Snowbird Ski & Summer Resort, located 29 miles from Salt Lake City International Airport.
Their vehicle Snowbird 6, which must cope with ice and water, sprang a leak in Thames tests.
Graham Stratford, of Hereford, and colleague Steve Brooks were forced to abandon the feat until next year after their pounds 150,000 amphibious snowcat, Snowbird 5, was damaged during a trial run in Wales, Alaska.
vanhouteni had teeth only a fraction of a millimeter wide, the researchers reported at an October meeting of the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology in Snowbird, Utah.
Willingham talks of a spot just outside Snowbird, Utah, where he and Pauldine wore away their gristle in the 1970s, before extreme skiing even had a name.
While there is a large base of regulars among the guests who pass through the Andre House dining rooms each evening, there is also a fluid number of transient guests, many of them snowbird arrivals who come into town by bus or having hitched a ride," Devine says.