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With the increasing speed of technological development, using GPS that communicates with a satellite system on small birds like robins is now possible.
There is orris butter laced throughout the juice (which, being a Tiffany item, is a faint shade of robin’s egg blue), as well as a gleaming mandarin frosting and a quiet base of minty patchouli.
Those two face each other Saturday, which could turn into a three-week round robin tournament to decide the Big Ten East Division champion.
To capture the robins, the team set up nets in trees and shrubs surrounding an open field at the Boreal Center.
The tournament had golfers compete against each other through a round-robin at the outset.
Up to 4,000 yellow-rumped warblers, 45 American robins, 36 peregrine falcons, and up to 500 common sparrows were spotted by birding enthusiasts one morning this week.
Hummingbirds were the most common target, but mantises also went after warblers, sunbirds, honeyeaters, flycatchers, vireos and European robins.
The inaugural GolfSixes event in May featured 16 teams of two, each representing a nation, competing over six holes in a round-robin and then knockout format.
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First Known Use: circa 1550See Words from the same year
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