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  1. Costa Rica (12931 bytes)
    133: ...e:Anhinga b.jpg|left|thumb|[[Anhinga]] drying its feathers]]
  2. Marie Antoinette (40871 bytes)
    75: ...ate wigs which had been festooned with jewels and feathers and she refused to buy any more jewels for her pe...
  3. Janis Joplin (8673 bytes)
    36: ...treaks and accessories such as scarves, beads and feathers, a style strikingly at odds with the 'regulation'...
  4. History of ancient Egypt (28563 bytes)
    115: ...first these were decorated with carved or painted feathers, but later were painted with a representation of ...
  5. Franklin Pierce (19017 bytes)
    49: ... prevailed as Scott—nicknamed "Old Fuss and Feathers"—ran a blundering campaign. The Whigs' plat...
  6. Flag of Oklahoma (562 bytes)
    2: ...''' consists of a shield decorated with [[eagle]] feathers on a blue field. The shield is a traditional [[Os...
  7. Fossil (5231 bytes)
  8. Feather (5296 bytes)
    2: ...other living groups. Other [[Theropoda]] also had feathers (see [[Feathered dinosaurs]]).
    5: ...ans of visual communication. Although individual feathers are very light, a bird's plumage weighs two or th...
    7: ... called ''barbicels'' for cross-attachment. Down feathers are fluffy because they lack barbicels, so the ba...
    9: ...odically during its life through [[molt]]ing, new feathers are formed through the same follicle from which t...
    11: ...icles produce a [[powder]] that sifts through the feathers on the bird's body and acts as a waterproofing ag...
  9. Cotton (7876 bytes)
  10. Dinosaur (35804 bytes)
    62: ...y mean it was covered with an insulating layer of feathers that kept the [[egg]]s warm [http://search.eb.com...
    112: ...lly and dark winter, of feathered dinosaurs whose feathers provided regulatory insulation, and analysis of b...
    122: ...dinosaur-like that, without a clear impression of feathers in the surrounding rock, the specimens are common...
    124: ...orld may have been feathered too, even though the feathers have not been preserved.
    129: ...rds, losing the power of flight while keeping the feathers in a manner similar to the [[Ostrich]] and other ...
  11. Cretaceous (7391 bytes)
  12. Arrow (1419 bytes)
  13. Ming Dynasty (65624 bytes)
    83: ... annual levies of lacquer, sapan wood, kingfisher feathers, fans and aromatics, and the imposition of monopo...
  14. Aviation history (39698 bytes)
    3: ...on the island of Minos, and so built wings out of feathers and wax for himself and his son. His son Icarus ...
  15. Dodo (9332 bytes)
    45: ...bird (apart from what is probably soiling of some feathers with dirt in captivity). The paintings were most ...
  16. Archaeopteryx (8771 bytes)
    25: ...short, broad [[wing]]s and a long [[tail]]. The [[feathers]] resemble those of living birds, but ''Archaeopt...
  17. William Shakespeare (28915 bytes)
    25: ...unce him as "an upstart Crow, beautified with our feathers, that with his ''Tygers hart wrapt in a Players h...
  18. African Grey Parrot (5256 bytes)
    32: ...can greys (CAGs) are larger birds with light grey feathers, deep red tails and black beaks. The other subsp...
  19. Condor (7828 bytes)
    24: ...adaptation for hygiene, the head and neck have no feathers, exposing the skin to the sterilizing effects of ...
  20. Bird (20496 bytes)
    80: ...l. "Fledging" is the process of a chick acquiring feathers until it can fly.
    142: *To preen or groom their feathers, birds use their bills to brush away foreign part...
    144: ...inea]] secrete a powerful [[neurotoxin]] in their feathers.

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