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Synonyms for siskin

small yellow-and-black Eurasian finch with a sharp beak

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There can be little doubt that the spread of coniferous forest in Scotland, during the 20th century, has enabled the siskin population to go forth and multiply.
Turning right from Rowley Road into Siskin Drive is now prohibited, while the temporary traffic layout is in place.
Two lanes will continue to remain open in Siskin Drive, leading from the Middlemarch Industrial Park, and there is expected be little or no additional impact on road users while this work is carried out.
Will Nicholls' image of a Redpoll and Siskin Fight, which was shortlisted for RSPCA photography competition >
The significance of This Is Enlightenment as the title for this collection of essays edited by Clifford Siskin and William Warner is then that a much more direct answer is intended to the question 'Was ist Aufklarung?
Ahead of the tour, Siskin will be releasing their new single on Monday, a cover of Joe Jackson's 1979 hit It's Different For Girls.
Later in the day, Siskin Lucky Girl 6th went on to win the pedigree Welsh champion of champions final under Chris Jenkins (Burghope) with reserve going to John Flay & Helen Tongue's boar, Slade Vulcan 4th.
MY 85 years' young mother (Eirwen Thomas) quickly pointed out that it was a siskin, a small, acrobatic seed-eater.
She had asked to move down from the stands and sit on the bench with the boys, and Siskin said yes.
Siskin told his colleagues at the annual meeting of the Society of Interventional Radiology.
All-Tournament selections Lebron Young (28 points) of Siskin and Anthony Rabon (30 points) from the Tornadoes led their teams, but Jim Cecil of Siskin scored the winning baskets in his team's 68-64 victory.
Paul Siskin, a principal for Siskin Vals design firm in New York, has several clients who have large art collections.
The pair ultimately by interbreeding a canary with a red siskin and repeatedly crossbreeding subsequent generations.
Faced with our own technological and economic challenges to the study of the book, Siskin reassesses the equally significant changes that writing underwent during the course of the long eighteenth century.
explosion in both population and print, Siskin shows the flow of writing