from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To hunt or search for the nests of birds.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. nest where birds lay their eggs and hatch their young
- v. gather birdnests
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Huayi, founded in 1986, has 200,000 square meters (2,152,000 square feet) of manufacturing capacity and was widely praised for its lighting of Beijing's famous National Stadium (popularly known as the 'birdnest' stadium) during the 2008 Summer Olympic Games.
An awkward, lean and gangling one, with clear-cut features, and dark birdnest hair, plus a smudgy pencil moustache?
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The woman had a baby at her breast, and the bottom of the buggy looked like a human birdnest, it was so full of young, tow-headed children.
Its a ruse to position birdnest down the road for a run at POTUS, nothing more.
"The ministry is looking at four years of service (two years of housemanship and two years of compulsory service) compared to five years (three years of housemanship and two years of compulsory service) now," he told reporters after launching B-Nes Sdn Bhd, a company specialising in birdnest products, near here, today.
Does drinking birdnest soup help makes quality sperm?
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The website looks pretty but is often a birdnest of links to find what you’re after, particularly enrolments/timetabling.
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