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But this summer's oversize inflatable Instagram prop isn't a flamingo or a butterfly or a swan or even an ironic abstraction of a swan.
This brought me to the wonderfully honest children’s book of the same name by Michael Ian Black and Debbie Ridpath Ohi, starring a little girl, a potato, and a sad flamingo.
Even seeing its own reflection in a mirror can calm a flamingo down.
Escaped zoo flamingo, on the lam since 2005, spotted near Lavaca Bay by our Coastal crew.
Conch shells, flamingos, and pink fish motifs abound.
Brody's space includes a lush, dinosaur-themed bedroom and a playroom with pink flamingo wallpaper.
From Chicago to pink flamingos The story of the Langford Hotel, which opened in 1956, goes back much further, to 1893, when the grandparents of Robert E. Langford Sr.
For the first time this year, the flamingos that visit graduating seniors are red, the school's colors, instead of pink.
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FLAMINGO Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of flamingo for English Language Learners
: a large tropical bird that has pink or red wings and a very long neck and legs
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