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Synonyms for lark

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Synonyms for lark

a songbird that lives mainly on the ground in open country

any of numerous predominantly Old World birds noted for their singing

any carefree episode

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Along Shujerab Pass at an elevation 4,353 m, during a very short summer season (July to September), soft leaves and flowers of different species of grasses attract a number of insects including grasshoppers, crickets, beetles and their larvae which in turn are attractive to different birds like wagtails, redstarts and larks.
The Sidamo lark (Heteromirafra sidamoensis) is an enigmatic species, and one of the most ancient types of lark known anywhere.
The crop covers the rest of the field but enough remains fallow for the lark to forage and this is resulting in a 50pc increase in new born larks to one day soar and sing.
This show of just two works (three, if one includes concurrent screenings of the thirty-six-minute film The Lark Ascending [2004] at a nearby cinema) demonstrated both the centrality of Wallinger's policy of "nonannouncement" in his work--it is intrinsic to his investigation of language and representation--and the risks he courts deploying such a strategy.
com/ The Larks In The Park series started in 1980 when it cost PS2,000 to stage the three-day festival - money which was raised by the Larks' ' committee from their own fund-raising events.
In areas where the Liben plain has been overgrown by bush, converted into farmland or destroyed by overgrazing, the team rarely found Sidamo larks.
Young, chippy Janna Curtis is dramatically made the new head of Larks, but is given no money and no support.
State Department of Fish and Game officials had sent the district a letter saying the school site might be a nesting ground for the horned lark.
Andrew Macaulay, creative director of Larks In The Park Revisited, an event funded by the Capital of Culture Creative Communities Programme, Liverpool Community College and a number of local businesses, in conjunction with the St Michael's Lark Lane Community Association, says: "It was morethan 20 years ago that Echo And The Bunnymen made their name on the bandstand.
While the school district's initial review said no wildlife species were found on the Yellen property, Fish and Game staff saw many horned larks foraging and ``territorial singing,'' the Fish and Game letter said.
Lark Creek brings seasonal farm-fresh dining, extensive wine list -
Later, Ogden and partner Michael Dellar opened Ogden's signature restaurant, The Lark Creek Inn in Marin County, just north of San Francisco, which has been acclaimed by leading critics and publications as one of the best restaurants in the nation.
Back by popular demand, The 1998 Latino Film Festival of Marin will bring its 2nd annual film festival to the Lark Theater in Larkspur Oct.
Additional information about Lark is available on the internet at the web site - http://www.