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Par·rot

(pah-rō'),
Jules, French physician, 1829-1883. See: Parrot disease.
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The parrot, Polynesia, was sitting in the window looking out at the rain and singing a sailor-song to herself.
And if you had as much sense as the talking parrot I owned once you would have read between the lines that all I wanted you here for was to tell you what I think of you."
The man who immediately preceded her was a fellow of powerful build, yet, when a brilliantly colored parrot swooped downward toward him, he dropped upon his knees and covering his face with his arms bent forward until his head touched the ground.
"Friend Conseil," said Ned, gravely, "the parrot is like pheasant to those who have nothing else."
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.
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!
'Jerry gets up very deliberate, and walks over to the parrot. "Is this a menagerie?" he says.