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“On America Online's ParaScope site, launched in April, hundreds of thousands of subscribers read and jabber about everything from UFOs to sightings of El Chupaca - bras, the demon "" goat-sucker '' blamed for various farm-animal deaths in Florida and the Southwest.”
“The caprimulgus or goat-sucker, swifts, and different kinds of swallows, with a fiery-red bee-eater in flocks, showed that the lowest temperature here does not destroy the insects on which they feed.”
“Besides this pigeon, the only new bird I obtained during the trip was a rare goat-sucker (Batrachostomus crinifrons), the only species of the genus yet found in the Moluccas.”
“The so-called goat-sucker lives on mountains; it is a little larger than the owsel, and less than the cuckoo; it lays two eggs, or three at the most, and is of a sluggish disposition.”
“Attacking him was an awas, a medium-sized brown and white bird (completely unrelated to goat-sucker birds) whose long pointed beak was normally used to dig insects from trees.”
“I haven't been magicked since I tangled with that goat-sucker bird," Trapspringer said wistfully.”
“He's nothing but a shoeless, orc-faced, cheating, goat-sucker bird, and he owes me forty copper!”
“One was just as high as the other, and they were both as high as the goat-sucker flies before a thunderstorm.”
“The melancholy sounds heard in the still summer evenings, and which ignorant white men think the screams of the goat-sucker, or the groans of the owl, are the moanings of these wicked and unhappy mothers, lamenting the unnatural murder of their helpless little ones.”
“One was just as high as another, and they were both as high as the goat-sucker flies before a thunderstorm.”
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