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- n. The palm (or great black) cockatoo of Australia (Microglossus aterrimus).
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The palm (or great black) cockatoo, of Australia (Microglossus aterrimus).
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A kind of macaw, Ara maracana.
- n. A fish, Hæmulon plumieri, found in abundance from Rio Janiero to Cape Hatteras.
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He used to tell me stories about his youth, which included his pet parrot arara called "Zequinha".
They were plainly distinguished by their dress, which consisted mainly of fancifully arranged feather belts of _arara_, _mutum_, and trumpeter plumes covering the shoulders and abdomen.
It was a very large arara parrot with two tail feathers, each about thirty-six inches long, a magnificent specimen worthy of a place in a museum.
For the last time I heard the little dog bark, the same that had licked my face when I fainted in front of the _maloca_ upon my first arrival; and the large _arara_ screamed in the tree-tops as I turned once more towards the world of the white man.
But I did think that is des per ately what Dur arara needed because these guys were becom ing an odd group that seemed to serve no pur pose except to make otaku ref er ences and carry round card board cutouts of hot wolf girls.
But what I didn't expect is for them to per form so well, this was my favour ite epis ode of Dur arara so far.
Never really got that into Muse. arara | 9 Mar '09,
With particular emphasis can be seen in the creation of this music and dance group the Hispanic and French influences, as well as the Yoruba, congo, carabali and arara, brought to this Caribbean land since the 16 century by the African slaves.
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_arara_ (or macaw, of gorgeous green, blue, and yellow plumage), and of two green parrots -- to which total add, please, the piercing yells of the children -- it was really enough to drive one insane.
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