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magpie

black and white crow-sized bird with melodious bell-like call and strong territorial behavior. Many species, e.g. Gymnorhina spp., Pica pica.
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139 League points Benitez has collected as Magpies manager, with 94 picked up in the Championship and 45 in the Premier League.
With three wins and four draws too, the Magpies have collected 13 points - and conceded just eight times.
This superb picture of a magpie in flight was taken by Dave Pearce.
Magpie offers four core and five seasonal beers featuring Magpie Porter, Thunder and Winter Warmer.
The decrease in magpie geese has been both rapid and alarming; action must be taken now to sustain the population of magpie geese.
Geneticists now report there are potentially seven species of Magpie, with "ours" found only in Europe and Russia.
It takes the total number of Javan green magpies at the zoo to 11.
Magpie is a family owned and operated company located in Brooklyn, New York.
Anyone with information on who might own the bike should contact the Coventry Magpie Team on 101 using extension number 8343009 and reference 1832254/F.
The researchers found that magpies on the campus of the Seoul National University also flew away at larger distances when humans were directly looking at them.
Music Magpie make money by reconditioning the discs then selling them on in more than 90 countries.
I'm pleased for the owners as he hasn't perhaps been the most consistent dog - they were as happy as you could be for being beaten with Ministry Magpie as she ran a blinder, but it was nice to get this one on board for them.