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Mynah

A brand name for the anti-TUBERCULOSIS drug ETHAMBUTOL and for other anti-tuberculosis drugs.
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Anyway, he goes on: "Sadly those cheeky chappies passed away a number of years ago and the behaviour of the new mynah birds has been impeccable.
I became certain that she would never forgive me for having identified her with the mynah bird.
Attention," the mynah chanted in ironical confirmation.
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The partnership is aimed at offering a unique offering of MYNAH s Mimic Simulation Software and dynamic model engineering services with ProSys operations optimization and training services.
Of the four species of the hill mynahs found in India, the Bastar mynah is considered the smartest mimic of the human voice.
As per the preliminary data, the main concerns are invasive species such as the mynah bird from Asia, the Prosopis juliflora (mesquite tree) from Central and South America, and the Australian redback spider which is a major problem in housing development projects.
Picture from the Geoff Charles, National Library of Wales, Aberystwyth; Georgie the mynah bird lived at Ruthin Castle pub in Mold and was photographed with licensee Alan Bell on January 7 1977.
Magpies can mimick because they are part of the Mynah bird family but it is unusual because they rarely spend enough time with humans.
What has happened to the mynah bird at Birmingham Botanical Gardens?
I'd like to say that Morgan was the star attraction but I'm afraid Kiki the mynah bird from Pets' Corner, who says "bicycle", was the pick of the day.
On the plus side, as far as I was concerned, was the opportunity to go along after public opening times to visit the night watchman, who had a mynah bird which had a marvellous vocabulary.