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often have buff in the supercillium, crown, and nape, and buff or whitish tipping to back feathers, tertials, and most wing coverts, absent in definitive plumage.
Juveniles (Mar-Oct) have dusky backs (greenish in older birds) and cinnamon tipping to body feathers, wing coverts, and secondaries.
U/AHY female (Aug-Jul) similar except wing coverts and upper lateral scapulars bright green or turquoise green, brighter than rest of the upperparts, tail fork >4.
Burks said the important point was not the dollar amount of the settlement but the fact that a judgment was entered against the Coverts and CCC Construction.
BVC alleged that the Coverts used BVC's confidential information on its customers to solicit them.
Covert of Benton and his two sons, Jeffrey Covert of Benton and F.
Vermont Coverts, the landowner outfit that got David Clarkson started, is probably the organization most focused on small-ownership cross-boundary management.
Covert Distributors has been helping to deliver Atlantic Canada's great fish and shellfish from our waters to the dinner table.
In the fall of 2008, the Covert family business was sold to another Atlantic Canadian family business and became a division of Cooke Aquaculture, a company rated as one of Canada's top 50 Best Managed.
If Rachelle is clear and has no misses at 10-6, then you'd have to say she has a good chance,'' Covert said.
The elder Covert ran both the three- and six-mile distance events as well as cross country for the Titans and graduated in 1973.
I went to the school back in the stone age,'' Mark Covert said.