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  • n. Plural form of budgie.


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  • Sociable household pets such as budgies and hamsters cannot be left alone.

  • More than 200 men and women wearing 'budgies' or bikinis met outside Sydney Opera House, but fell


  • In the domestic sphere, common household pets such as budgies and hamsters can no longer be kept by themselves.

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  • - The budgies treated it as a delicacy and were always ready to fight for it!

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  • Then I look more closely in the budgie box and see among the dozens of chirping budgies there is one partially buried near the hamster wheel.

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  • The birds are here, millions of them, plump little budgies with thick Groucho eyebrows and menacing expressions sling-shooting themselves Kamikaze-style into their, or is it our, very structural foundations.

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  • On 22 May 2008, a Licensing Officer again visited the premises and found budgies, cockatiels, gerbils, rabbits and fish on display inside the shop.

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  • "So you could have a business idea to teach budgies to play banjo," says McGinley, "and that was fine."

    Growing old peacefully

  • I am sitting here with my mouth hanging open - They could just give you attack budgies or replace truncheons with feather dusters - oh no, wait, some of the people you are being attacked by, or stopping from attacking others or whatever may be allergic to feathers … The bottom line is some people break the rules, what the hell are you supposed to do?

    Wednesday Morning At Five O’Clock « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • Women, children, and budgies if they had any included.

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