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  • noun Plural form of drongo.


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  • For starters they are referred to as "drongos" and the aim is to get them out of the company as quickly as possible.


  • Maybe the drongos are just messing with the other birds.

    Spa©e headz

  • Maybe the drongos find more insects by hanging out with the other birds whose songs they mimic.

    Spa©e headz

  • Apart from those species particularly associated with the sea and wetlands, there is also a considerable variety of forest birds such as woodpeckers, barbets, shrikes, drongos, mynahs, minivets, babblers and many others.

    Sundarbans, Bangladesh

  • And the swallows are sharing their sleep with drongos and hammerkops, babblers and jacanas, all African birds flying to their places through the same air.

    A Year on the Wing

  • But the dhimmi, dimwit drongos at the BBC and Guardian REALLY get on my wick.

    "This Fascist element in our community"

  • MICHAEL WARE, CNN CORRESPONDENT: If it wasn't Australian magazine or a Web site that leaked, there were a bunch of galahs, a bunch of drongos, to use the Australian vernacular.

    CNN Transcript Feb 28, 2008

  • Maybe even higher on the bile quotient are the drongos at Ridiculous politics who will blog about a Tory not putting a stamp on a letter, but have, as far as I can see, never knowingly criticised the most incompetent and corrupt government in UK history - which we have had the misfortune to suffer for the last 9 years.

    Archive 2006-09-01

  • Those lame-brained drongos in the EU have spent the last few decades dismantling our arrangements for dealing with toxic waste and replacing it with, er… absolutely nothing.

    Read this and weep

  • One can only deal with this in increasingly acerbic terms: haven't these drongos heard of the EU treaties?

    Reversing the drivers of regulation?


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