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Mynah

A brand name for the anti-TUBERCULOSIS drug ETHAMBUTOL and for other anti-tuberculosis drugs.
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Singapore [Singapore], Jan 13 ( ANI ): A mynah bird was found aboard a Singapore Airlines (SIA) flight while on its way to London recently.
Garrett Phelan is an avid birdwatcher, and his recent exhibition, "The Last Broadcast Revelations," drew on both folklore and ornithology in its depiction of the mynah bird as a prophet.
As per the preliminary data, the main concerns are invasive species such as the mynah bird from Asia, the Prosopis juliflora (mesquite tree) from Central and South America, and the Australian redback spider which is a major problem in housing development projects.
Picture from the Geoff Charles, National Library of Wales, Aberystwyth; Georgie the mynah bird lived at Ruthin Castle pub in Mold and was photographed with licensee Alan Bell on January 7 1977.; This mynah bird Peter was taught to speak Welsh by owner Gwyneth Beswick.
The album offers less of the bracing social commentary of previous records, although "Gus the Mynah Bird" does get political, concluding, "Self-determination should be a fact." Sweet and provocative at once, this is easy listening at its smartest.
I became certain that she would never forgive me for having identified her with the mynah bird. On the green lawns of Waikiki during World War II, I had observed the sleek black mynah hopping about, not unlike Marianne Moore herself springing elegantly in her conversation from one topic to the other.
Jones's early films are anchored by cute Thorson-designed creatures such as Sniffles the adenoidal mouse, Inki the politically incorrect African boy, his inscrutable mynah bird antagonist, and the curious puppy.
In another scene, a mynah bird repeatedly says "attention, attention":
A THREE-YEAR-OLD mynah bird was talking to pupils in a St Helens School.
JANUARY 29, 1977: Charlie Boy, the mynah bird chats to Chamois the siamese cat.
They have been documented in domestic chickens, (7,26,27) 3 budgerigars (Melopsittacus undulatus), (11,28) a Java sparrow (Lonchura oryzivora), (29) a common mynah bird (Acridotheres tristis), (1) a finch, (30) a burrowing owl (Athene cunicularia), (16) a canary (Serinus canarius), (31) and a scarlet macaw (Ara macao) (12) (Table 1).
It's worth going just to have a chat with its legendary mynah bird, that says "don't go" in a small child's voice whenever anyone tries to wander away from its cage.