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from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • A family of old-world turdoid passerine birds, named from the genus Campophaga, containing more or less shrike-like birds with soft plumage, that of the rump usually with stiffened shafts, the bill grypanian with covered nostrils, and the wings moderate or long.

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