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from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n.pl. The class of Vertebrata that includes the birds.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Birds; feathered animals, considered as a class of vertebrates,next after mammals: sometimes united with Reptilia in a superclass Sauropsida, distinguished on the one hand from Mammalia, and on the other from Ichthyopsida, or amphibians and fishes together.

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  • n. (ornithology) the class of birds

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  • Also aves is not nested in repltilia - olegt has said that.

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  • E.g., aves is a clade that originated well after the Cambrian Explosion, while larger phylogenetic categories have their roots in the Precambrian.

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  • It is certain that Irish peasant girls often repeat their "aves" from the round seeds of the Bedstraw, using them for beads in the absence of a rosary; [232] and hence, perhaps, has been derived the name Our Lady's Be (a) dstraw.

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  • I never heard of such a thing before; we don't have 'aves' in Portland.

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  • Chestnut stuffing for poultry: Relleno de castañas para aves by

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  • But anyway if we go by the diagram on wikipedia - reptilia is a clade and it includes aves.

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  • It has already been demonstrated that aves do not share all the traits of a reptile even though aves are descendents of reptiles.

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  • ID guy: It has already been demonstrated that aves do not share all the traits of a reptile even though aves are descendents of reptiles.

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  • In essence, Mr. Pretor-Penney says, w aves share some common properties: They all have some type of frequency, wavelength and amplitude.

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