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Synonyms for goldcrest

European kinglet with a black-bordered yellow crown patch

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They are accompanied by thousands of tiny goldcrests, which are Britain's tiniest birds.
MORE FACTS ABOUT MY FEATHERED FRIENDS Once known as the golden-crested wren, the goldcrest is Britain's smallest bird and I couldn't even feel my little feathered friend, he was that light
Under the terms of the agreement Goldcrest has paid USD 380,000 to acquire a 38% interest in the Norio Block.
Keely added: "The business world has changed almost beyond recognition since the Chamber first helped Goldcrest Cleaning back in 1993.
The insect-eating goldcrest was named king of the birds by Aristotle for the gold-coloured tuft on its head.
Goldcrest boasted four world preems on its Tribeca slate, as Quested expands the company's production and international presales divisions in time for the Cannes market.
30: 2 Goldcrest Lord, Lode Explode, 5 West Way Ranger, 11-2 Bantiss Dermot, 7 Dual Control, Jackdaw Joe.
Our goldcrests would have been clinging to the branches last weekend.
Tim Pearson, who founded Warwickbased Goldcrest Cleaning and wife Vaughan are launching the Seven Springs 2010 Sauvignon Blanc.
Goldcrest numbers fell by as much as 75 per cent as freezing temperatures hit small-bodied birds, which have to eat almost continuously to stay alive in cold spells.
Dubai Star Giga Establishment limited, a joint venture enterprise between ETA Star Property Developers and Mazyood Giga International FZE, has announced the delivery of units in GoldCrest Executive Tower.
Goldcrest Properties, a member of one of the leading property developers in the region, Giga Group, has reported sales of Dh1.
1 million contract from Goldcrest Properties, a division of Giga Group, to deploy its HomNet smart home technology in Goldcrest Properties' Smart City project.
In one recent year, total deposits and loans by GoldCrest customers increased by over $30 million to represent 47.
Presenter Alan Titchmarsh (above) puts the spotlight on trees in this instalment as he visits woods filled with the sound of spring birdsong and packed with a range of creatures from the goldcrest to the red deer.