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Mynah

A brand name for the anti-TUBERCULOSIS drug ETHAMBUTOL and for other anti-tuberculosis drugs.
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So the kiyaws (mynah birds) and cockatoos have ominously adapted to the pollution by wearing the ubiquitous gas masks.
It means elephants join a growing list of animals able to mimic human speech, from parrots and mynah birds to the recently reported case of a human-sounding beluga whale.
I put the kettle on the floor and opened the door loudly: "Come outside!" The beam of my torch fell on two black mynah birds in cages.
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Mynah birds shriek in the palm trees and the smell of spices sizzling in hot oil wafts from the beach restaurant.
Outside the Kata Noi Pavilion Guest House, mynah birds are pecking at crumbs under the table with their yellow beaks.