Starling


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Star·ling

(star'ling),
Ernest H., English physiologist, 1866-1927. See: Starling curve, Starling hypothesis, Starling law, Starling reflex, Frank-Starling curve.
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Helen Bierton, head of banking at Starling Bank said that the association would speed up payments irrespective of the size of the businesses that are being served.
Here, we don't see the massive murmurations filmed near Gretna Green that have been shown on television, which involves thousands if not hundreds of thousands of starlings painting the sky with their ever changing patterns.
Anne Boden, who founded Starling in 2014, ceased to be a person with significant control in the bank in April, according to filings.
OUR back garden was like a Friday night out on Deansgate one morning this week, an astonishing racket as young starlings were leaping around looking for food and drink.
"That's a nice table," Starling says as she eyes a black kitchen table that comes with two substantial chairs.
At Walker's insistence, the jaunty popular tune "A-hunting we will go!" was played over a loud-hailer on Starling's bridge whenever she left harbour.
"The starling population has fallen by more than 80% in recent years, meaning they are now on the critical list of UK birds most at risk.
The starling population has fallen by more than 80% in recent years, placing them on the critical list of UK birds most at risk.
The company now owns four dealerships in Florida, including Starling Chevrolet in Orlando, Starling Chevrolet Cadillac in Deland and Starling Chevrolet Buick GMC in St.
Starling's four dealerships in Florida include Starling Chevrolet in Orlando, Starling Chevrolet Cadillac in Deland and Starling Chevrolet Buick GMC in St.
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