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  • In 2003, I founded a nonprofit organization called Birdies for Breast Cancer.

    Cristie Kerr: Birdies For Breast Cancer: Golfing Towards A Cure

  • Operation R&R receives some of its money from the charitable efforts of the Heritage Classic Foundation, particularly from programs such as Birdies for Charity.

    Island Packet: Home

  • Your job is to maneuver Tiger through some of the world's toughest courses while scoring as many "Birdies" as possible.


  • He said: "She was walking her dogs along the river bank close to her home, in a well-known area of open land between Ely and Fairwater called Birdies Fields, when she was attacked.

    WalesOnline - Home

  • Birdies were dropping from all corners of the course — first in the morning by players completing their second rounds, and even some in the afternoon when the players on the wrong end of the draw tried hopelessly to catch up.

    Barnes sets scoring round after two rounds of U.S. Open

  • Birdies can be had if you time the windup correctly and hit a good shot, but still, you've got to be smart about it.

    Perry emerges from Woods' shadow at Augusta

  • Birdies at Nos. 13 and 14 got Woods to 1 under and launched his back-nine charge.

    Inconsistent Woods putts himself into a big hole

  • Birdies, eagles and roars echoed through the azalea-bedecked vales.

    Dustin, Your Green Jacket Awaits

  • What I'm really hoping to find is those old Max Fleischer sing along follow-the-bouncing-ball cartoons, like "Let's All Sing Like the Birdies Sing" and "Give My Regards to Broadway," but haven't turned those up yet.

    Boing Boing

  • Once a day, the gramophone played jolly music such as Let's All Sing Like the Birdies Sing while the women raised and lowered their legs, slowly doing their pelvic-floor exercises.

    Family life


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