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finch

a bird in the family Fringillidae; includes about 125 species, many of them companion birds such as the common canary, linnets, goldfinches, the zebra and Bengalese finches.
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The first building to open as part of the revitalization efforts of Boston's historic Bullfinch Triangle neighborhood, Archstone Avenir, located at 101 Canal Street, exemplifies the vision for the future of Boston's West End.
She said: "We know from some of the Bullfinch evidence they were taking girls to Birmingham and London, so we know there are links.
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The volcanic island may be remote, but Tyseley-based Bullfinch Gas has made sure its 4,500 inhabitants don't miss out when we mark the Queen's 60 years as monarch on June 4.
With a bright pink undercarriage, you'd think a male bullfinch would be easy to spot, but they can remain very well hidden in scrub and even in leafless trees.
To date, I've had great spotted woodpecker, nuthatch, goldfinch, siskin and even a bullfinch on my bird table.
Two tattoos on Britney's stomach have gone, as have her ratty brown hair extensions, and a remarkably tame bullfinch has been added to her hand.
These included eggs from rare birds such a sky lark, grey heron, woodcock and bullfinch.
The strong performance of the Bullfinch Fund of Western New York (ticker: BWNYX), which invests only in companies with an economic significance in the region, reflects the accomplishments of these businesses.
John Cody captured the rare sight of |a bullfinch in his Redcar garden
in the Fellowship Hall of the Bullfinch Church, Main Street.
The gang was finally arrested after police and social services got together to form Operation Bullfinch.