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Synonyms for jackdaw

common black-and-grey Eurasian bird noted for thievery

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The jackdaw had become stuck on the crossbar with one of its wings hanging downwards.
RSPCA animal welfare officer Andrew Harris said: "The posts were painted the day before, and sadly this poor jackdaw clearly misjudged his flight and flew straight into the crossbar.
Based in Reading, east of London, the BG Group Ltd (BG) and its partners, Maersk from Denmark, GDF-Suez from France, OMV from Austria, ConocoPhillips from USA and JX Nippon Oil and Gas Exploration (JX Nippon) from Japan, are currently reviewing all the options with the support of the engineering company CB&I to develop the gas and condensate high pressure and high temperature (HPHT) Jackdaw field in the UK Central North Sea.
Around 20 new nests, containing 30 jackdaw chicks, were found during repair and restoration work on the Central Hall following a grant last year of PS500,000 from the SITA Trust.
And now there's even more bang for your buck, with the release of the Jackdaw edition.
So, undertake many acts of piracy, as many as you can and beat down a lot of ships to get easy upgrades for Jackdaw.
In a separate study, published in the journal Animal Cognition, the team investigated the ability of carrion crows to differentiate between the voices and calls of familiar and unfamiliar humans and jackdaws, or 'heterospecific individuals' ie.
In cities crows live alongside jackdaws, magpies and seagulls, and alongside humans," Dr Wascher told BBC Nature.
She plays with the children because she doesn''t realise she's a jackdaw really.
A] ALMOND, David Jackdaw Summer Hachette, 2008 219pp $29.
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Scarlett for drawing attention to Kipling's "medical writings" in his article The Medical Jackdaw Kipling and the Doctors (2).
A WIDOW was killed by fumes when a giant jackdaw nest blocked her chimney, an inquest heard.
The jackdaw generates a visual representation of a time period that captures the imagination while offering unique opportunities for a greater understanding of history.
LAST year, a rare albino jackdaw was spotted at Aberglasney Gardens in Carmarthenshire, Twitchers travelled from far and wide to see the bird which head gardener Joseph Atkin named Gwyn (Welsh for white).