Parrot


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Par·rot

(pah-rō'),
Jules, French physician, 1829-1883. See: Parrot disease.
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The next day when the husband came back he asked the parrot what he had seen.
Having told the Prince all this, the Fairy went out in hopes of seeing the parrot, and soon returned with the bird in her hand.
At tea-time, when the dog, Jip, came in, the parrot said to the Doctor, "See, HE'S talking to you."
He would not believe the Parrot's words and began to dig away furiously at the earth.
She had put him on the grass to cool him and went away only for a second; when she returned, she found no parrot! She hunted among the bushes, on the bank of the river, and on the roofs, without paying any attention to Madame Aubain who screamed at her: "Take care!
You could go on Poll Parroting enough with her, when I warn't come in: Poll Parrot a little with her on this pint.
those were uncouth birds," answered the Parrot. "They had no education, and talked of whatever came into their head.
And the parrot would say, with great rapidity, "Pieces of eight!
All this rather in parrot language, in the words of tradition and morality as understood by the members of that exclusive club to which he belongs.
'Jerry gets up very deliberate, and walks over to the parrot. "Is this a menagerie?" he says.
Here, directly within the entrance was a large room furnished with massive benches and tables, many of which were elaborately hand carved with the figures of the inevitable parrot, the lion, or the monkey, the parrot always predominating.
The parrot had given a most piercing shriek, as if its name were Society and it asserted its right to its exactions.