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Synonyms for Corvidae

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"This remarkable level of throughput requires the most advanced and most reliable video I/O, and we're pleased to deliver that with our Corvid 44, 88 and KONA 5 cards."
Relating grouse nest success and corvid density to habitat: a multi-scale approach.--J.
DONCASTER: 1.20 Tristram, 1.55 Total Commitment, 2.30 Corvid, 3.05 White Chocolate, 3.40 Candidate, 4.15 Jack Regan, 4.50 Madam Devious, 5.25 Maghaweer.
Nieder, "Abstract rule neurons in the endbrain support intelligent behaviour in corvid songbirds," Nature Communications, vol.
AJA Video Systems also announced HDR10+ SDK support for its KONA 4, Io 4K, Io 4K Plus, and Corvid 4K developer cards.
BIRMINGHAM Law Society held a conference on the topical issue of cybercrime, in association with event sponsors Corvid and I-Secured.
Here we report another example of spontaneous alignment during feeding behaviour from five corvid species, a well-known and geographically widespread avian taxon.
Sex workers themselves have acknowledged that most (but not all) high-profile Western activists hail from more privileged backgrounds (see for example Corvid, Shane).
Structures were categorized as hollow log, branch, cavity, nest (i.e., squirrel, corvid, or raptor nests), or subnivean site.
Elijah staked it out in fleeing Ahab's hit men, earned his chops as what Myers calls "wilderness prophet," learning to live wily on the land in tutelage to corvid crews who brought him his food (1 kg 17:1-7).
[Virginia Corvid is a former volunteer zine librarian who discovered Riot Grrrl through zines at ZAPP, the Zine Archive and Publishing Project in Seattle, WA.]
Bat predation has been reported for another corvid species, the blue jay (Cyanocitta cristata; Hoffmeister and Downes, 1964).
Corvid WNV prevalence was highest in South Coast, the Bay/Delta, the Sacramento and San Joaquin valleys, and Klamath/North Coast bioregions, overlapping areas of elevated WNV activity in other surveillance measurements.