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canary

see serinuscanaria.

canary cholera
canary stain
bright yellow stain in a wool fleece caused by bacterial growth. Not removable by usual industrial process.
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Canary has built solid momentum behind their brand and demand for their products in domestic markets.
The Dead Canary launch weekend starts on Saturday, December 5, and the bar is open to the public from December 10.
Sir George Lacobescu, chairman and chief executive officer of Canary Wharf Group, said: "We are delighted to have received approval from Tower Hamlets Council to proceed with the latest building in Canary Wharf Group's extensive pipeline and exciting residential offering.
The QIA already owned 29 per cent of Songbird, which in turn owns 70 per cent of Canary Wharf Group.
QIA already has a 29pc stake in Songbird, while Brookfield has 22pc of Canary Wharf Group.
8220;Being aware of this new source of employment, Revenue Management, acknowledged by the National Public Employment Service, HECANSA signs the present agreement for the utilization of the product RateTiger Suite with the purpose of giving an answer to the new necessities and improvement of the competitiveness of the Canary Islands' tourist sector.
EP Andrew Kreisberg assured fans - before Arrow Season 2 premiered - that Laurel Lance does become the Black Canary, as in the DC Comics.
The Canary Islands have devoted 6,564 hectares to organic agriculture.
The agreement between Canary Wharf Group, the owners and developers of Canary Wharf, and Telefonica O2 UK will see the new Wi-Fi network target a working population of over 100,000 people in an increasingly data-hungry mobile device user environment.
They describe research on a new variety of "hairless," or glabrous, canary seed, which lacks the tiny hairs of the seed traditionally produced as food for caged birds.
Canary Gold, Queen's Hall, Hexham In an intriguing co-production, Hexhambased Theatre Sans Frontieres and Teatro Tamaska, from Tenerife, explore the part played by wine in Anglo-Spanish relations.