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a bird in the family Fringillidae; includes about 125 species, many of them companion birds such as the common canary, linnets, goldfinches, the zebra and Bengalese finches.
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Bullfinch Gas supplied the all-weather gas system for the torches
We have not observed spore-feeding insects in the study species but consumption by the Azores bullfinch is significant (Ramos, 1995; Arosa et al.
The first building to open as part of the revitalization efforts of Boston's historic Bullfinch Triangle neighborhood, Archstone Avenir, located at 101 Canal Street, exemplifies the vision for the future of Boston's West End.
The genus Loxigilla is endemic to the Caribbean and contains three species in addition to the Puerto Rican Bullfinch: the Greater Antillean Bullfinch (L.
Police have arrested a further nine men from the Oxford area under Operation Bullfinch.
As well as making the beacons, Bullfinch Gas won the contact to design and manufacture the burner for the Olympic and Paralympic Torches.
Bullfinch was founded in 1959 as a spin-off from gas fitting firm Rainsford and Lynes - founded by Mr Williams' grandfather - which has been trading in Birmingham since 1879.
A male bullfinch Picture: JOHN BRIDGES (RSPB Images
Two tattoos on Britney's stomach have gone, as have her ratty brown hair extensions, and a remarkably tame bullfinch has been added to her hand.
The strong performance of the Bullfinch Fund of Western New York (ticker: BWNYX), which invests only in companies with an economic significance in the region, reflects the accomplishments of these businesses.
Bullfinch and a Great Tit at Scaling Dam, |picture by Ray Simpson, of Marske
in the Fellowship Hall of the Bullfinch Church, Main Street.