Jacob Rawdon shot a number of parrots, which we roasted for supper.
"Peter Biddulph" by W.H.G. Kingston
Let us have each a parrot.
"Yr Ynys Unyg" by Julia de Winton
She was quite an old lady, a widow for many years, and lived alone, except for the society of a green parrot and a companion.
"A Pair of Clogs" by Amy Walton
THE PARROT (FIRST VERSION).
"Italian Popular Tales" by Thomas Frederick Crane
The parrots are not strongly represented in the Himalayas.
"Birds of the Indian Hills" by Douglas Dewar
They had a squirrel and some guinea-pigs and a parrot that could talk everything.
"A Little Girl in Old New York" by Amanda Millie Douglas
Ernest, it's a parrot!
"Chicken Little Jane" by Lily Munsell Ritchie
The hia-hia parrot, called in England the parrot of the sun, is very remarkable.
"The World's Greatest Books, Volume 19" by Various
We stood in a circle round the parrot's cage and gazed with interest at its occupant.
"Once a Week" by Alan Alexander Milne
The popinjay, or parrot, is still occasionally found as Pobgee, Popjoy.
"The Romance of Names" by Ernest Weekley
Up then spake the king himself,
In the bed-chamber where he lay:
"What ails the pretty parrot,
That prattles so long or day?"
"May Colven" by Andrew Lang
Seated in his mother's garden,
At high noon the boy Pedrillo
Playeth with his favorite parrot,
Golden-green with streaks of scarlet.
"Don Pedrillo" by Emma Lazarus
Somewhere, somewhen I've seen,
But where or when I'll never know,
Parrots of shrilly green
With crests of shriller scarlet flying
Out of black cedars as the sun was dying
Against cold peaks of snow.
"The Parrots" by Wilfrid Wilson Gibson
Thus, SLANDER turns against its maker;
And if this little Story reaches
A SPINSTER, who her PARROT teaches,
Let her a better task pursue,
And here, the certain VENGEANCE view
Which surely will, in TIME, O'ERTAKE HER.
"Deborah's Parrot, a Village Tale" by Mary Darby Robinson
She lay and laughed and listened beside the water's edge.
The glancing rirer glistened and glinted through the sedge.
Green parrots flew above her and, as the daylight died,
Her young arms drew her lover more closely to her side.
"Kotri," by Laurence Hope
The parrot that sits on her bough a-swinging,
The bird and the butterfly, light air winging,
And scarcely more happy, I trow.
Then hey for the meadow, the glade and the grove,
For evening is coming and branches move,
We'll have merry pastime now.
"School Rhymes For Negro Children" by Joanna Baillie
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Lost parrot in Oro Valley.
It's a green parrot ).
The Flight of the Dancing Parrot AR Drones.
Behind the Scenes of the Parrot AR Drone Photoshoot.
Greeting us a Pirate Republic Parrot .
Parrot honored as hero for saving little girl.
But we guarantee that this will be the only such arrest you read about involving a zebra and a parrot .
Stolen parrot returned to Dallas store.
Recent news and coverage of Skye Parrot .
Who says parrots can't cheer.
For some odd reason that no one in my family can figure out I want a parrot as a pet.
If I ever get one I'll have to be careful what this guy did with his parrot .
Parrot does Gangnan song.
I am not sure what the owners feed this parrot , but I want some.
We can say that penguins are atypical in that they cannot ﬂy; hummingbirds are atypical in that they have very ﬁne motor control; parrots are atypical in that they could talk; and so on.
GR and QM to a cogent (ie, a conceptually sound, mathematically consistent, as well as calculationally ﬁnite) QG, seem to this author to be like trying to cross a parrot with a hyena: so that it (:QG) can tel l us what it is laughing about.
`Iconoclastic', Categorical Quantum Gravity