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flyaway

(flī'wā),
A term used in wildlife biology and ethology to describe the flight paths and resting sites of birds. These flyaways may be relevant in the epidemiologic study of diseases in which birds serve as vectors.
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Let's Fly Away is themed around a 'Groove Airways' flight and contains original songs created |by Kim and her partner Russ Elias, above, who founded Shabang
Established in 1992, Fly Away is now exporting to markets such as Japan, Poland, Malta and Switzerland.
Black Bird Fly Away is definitely a must on your reading list.
Fly Away Home is loosely based on the successful migrations Port Perry resident Lishman has been leading since 1992, and was filmed near Port Perry in the fall of 1995.
The birds only decided to fly away, they didn't actually do it.
Now instead of/summers never ending,/we have years that fly away.
Her company - Fly Away Limited - now has an annual turnover of pounds 400,000 and has moved to premises on the Caliber Industrial Park at Four Ashes, near Wolverhampton.
Mr Lewis, who was on the beach again yesterday amongst some two dozen twitchers waiting for the gull to make an appearance, said its habit was to fly away for a couple of hours after enjoying a meal, and then return for more food.
It's kind of hard to interpret what this all means," Hoy says, because crickets generally don't fly away after a fight.
If I could, I would gather my race in my arms and fly away with them," wrote Ida B.
Meanwhile, monarchs better fly away from designer corn.
Australian Ballet resident choreographer Stephen Baynes's first narrative and first evening-length ballet, 1914, was inspired by the poetic novel Fly Away Peter, 1914 by David Malouf.