Blue Birds

Regional drug slang for a formulation of depressants
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A pair of blue birds have built a nest in a hole in the sides of the well, just under the ferns.
I want a hot poker and a policeman made into sausages, and they give me princesses moralising by moonlight, Blue Birds, or something.
"Do look at that lovely little blue bird!" she exclaimed, and her eye looked with extreme pleasure at the soft sky.
The talented blues duo agree to part ways (creative differences), and Mule finds two Blue Birds to make music with.
Blue Birds, by Caroline Rose Starr: Alis arrives to colonial Roanoke and becomes friends with native girl Kimi, but the colonialists are at war with Kimi's tribe ...
THE British have always had a soft spot for blue birds (despite a distinct absence of them, ornithologically speaking).
The publicity surrounding the play's arrival in the Welsh capital and then Maeterlinck's honour led to an unknown Cardiff City supporter deciding to call the team, resplendent in their blue strip, "the Blue Birds".
Under the gray cloud cover, blue birds course Like running water through
Designer Matthew Williamson's hummingbird wallpaper in gold with these beautiful brilliant blue birds is stunning and a skilful contemporary interpretation of classic style.
After doubts over the club's financial future were eased with the court case ruling last week, Blue birds fans were celebrating once more after a 2-1 victory at Ninian Park.
Life-forms such as the flying colugo, red crab spiders, blue birds of paradise and the parasitic fungi cordyceps, which have developed unique survival abilities, are also observed.