American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Bird, Larry Joe Born 1956. American basketball player and coach. As a forward for the Boston Celtics (1979-1992), he helped lead the team to three world championships between 1981 and 1986 and was named the National Basketball Association's most valuable player three times.
- n. A surname.
“Saw a bird with a tear in his eye Walking to New Orleans my oh my Hey, now, Bird, wouldn't you rather die Than walk this world when you're born to fly?”
“Channing Frye was battling with bird and when Bird tries to cheat on the weak side help his man is wide open ..”
“Once again Bird is more interested in social issues than in the Great Commission.”
“I've never gotten the sense that Betsy Bird is stepping over the line to push publishers 'books; she seems very genuine.”
“But if you must perish, at least die with the common sense to know that Bird is the Oscar award winning director of such cinematic masterpieces like The Incredibles, Ratatouille and The Iron Giant.”
“Michael Bird is giving away all his churches to the poor.”
“Caroll Spinney, who plays Big Bird, is still going strong at almost 76 years old.”
“Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Poor Mum and Dad were brilliant at keeping all their troops entertained, and I remember wonderful visits to the Currumbin Bird Sanctuary, where the brightly-colored feral parrots like to sit on your head, and to the performing dolphins who, I think, then jumped to music in and out of a depressing swimming pool at Southport, or maybe South Stradbroke Island.”
“Maybe that's what all those writers like Anne Lamott meant in Bird By Bird.”
“And here is an interesting link courtesy of Betsy Bird from the Babar exhibit at the Morgan Library.”
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