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penguin

completely marine, aquatic flightless bird inhabiting only the southern hemisphere. There are six genera, all of them gregarious, monogamous and piscivorous, including Aptenodytes and Megadyptes in the order Sphenisciformes. Varieties include black-footed, pigeon-toed.
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Painter, Marcel Proust (New York: Penquin Books, 1959).
Andrew Bromfield, New York, Viking Penquin, 2000, p.
Just two weeks ago, a gang of mini-marauders mugged PC Pete the Penquin at an open day at Wishaw police headquarters a few miles down the road from Motherwell .
James Welch, Winter in the Blood (New York: Penquin Books, 1986), 166.
Finland's Unettomat) as well as publishing numerous papers and books on sleep, including "Learn to sleep well" (Duncan Baird, 2000), "Beating Insomnia" (2003), "The Insomnia Kit" (Viking Penquin, 1999), "Serotonin, Sleep and Mental Disorder" (1991), "Sleep (HarperCollins, 2007)", "The Good Sleep Box" (Eddison Sadd, 2007) and maintaining a web presence (www.
Southern Jukebox Music by Penquin Cafe Orchestra is one of my favourites, but there are really too many to choose from.
Thomson, New York, Revised with Notes and Appendices by Hugh Tredennick, Introduction and bibliography by Jonathan Barnes, Penquin Books, revised edition, 1976.
YOUNGSTERS will be p-p-p-picking up a penquin this Christmas as a fluffy character becomes the must-have toy.
Penquin and and Financial Times publisher Pearson did little to raise hopes of a turnaround in the advertising market yesterday.
THOUSAND OAKS - Happy Winston Worm, Pete the Penquin and a Magic Hat are some of the chartacters who come to life in the imaginative tale written by 6-year-old Madagan Riley.