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  • "Yellowbird" - a four-wheel-drive, military surplus Jeep-like vehicle that was painted yellow and used to fight wildfires.

    East Brunswick Sentinel

  • Drinks were being served while the wretched song 'Yellowbird' played loudly.

    Pop Goes the Weasel

  • Drinks were being served while the wretched song 'Yellowbird' played loudly.

    Pop Goes The Weasel

  • Out poured the verses that fueled his most gripping recording, 2009's "Subway Moon" Yellowbird, a Sotto Voce album based on his book of poems inspired by and written on the Q train.

    Brooklynite Writes Jazz With a Poet's Pen

  • The gathering, entitled Return of the Ancestors, was sponsored by the Institute for Cultural Awareness (ICA) and based upon the vision of Adam Yellowbird which he received as he sat with Mayan and Inca Elders in Peru in 2007.

    Elders Step Up: Historic International Meeting of Indigenous Spiritual Elders

  • Operation Yellowbird was born the night of the Beijing massacre, when a notorious underworld boss called a Hong Kong executive and cried: "What can we do?"

    Still On The Wing

  • Like more than 500 other Chinese dissidents over the past seven years, Wuer was rescued by Operation Yellowbird -- an underground railroad run by an odd alliance of human-rights advocates, Western diplomats, businessmen, professional smugglers and the kings of the Hong Kong underworld.

    Still On The Wing

  • When Wuer's plea came, Yellowbird operatives set up a rescue team, and a mob boss paid $13,000 to bankroll it.

    Still On The Wing

  • Operation Yellowbird has long been shrouded in mystery.

    Still On The Wing

  • Within hours, 40 pro-democracy activists united to form Operation Yellowbird.

    Still On The Wing

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