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  • n. Plural form of firebird.


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  • There are no crows taking flight, fairy tales, wild horses, wolves, or red and yellow firebirds.

    The Memory Palace

  • Wow ... how did we get to neck blankets, bondo, and firebirds.

    Hatchery Fish: The Weakest Link

  • I lived in Juneau for five years, and you always knew when the state released the oil money, because brand new Pontiac firebirds would show up in the trailer park under the bridge going from Juneau to Douglas.

    Sean Parnell Pushes Changes to Alaska’s Controversial Energy Tax - Vladimir’s blog - RedState

  • "I didn't have you to keep me active, before the Storms, " Firesong pointed out, slipping on a robe of scarlet silk, embroidered with white-and-gold firebirds, over his form-fitting sleeveless tunic and trews.

    Elephant in the City

  • I will tell you about the grandest of all firebirds, the first to rise from it's ashes.


  • Its because the pontiac firebird is an ugly soab, you can get pontiac firebirds anywhere in america, loads of germans build Kitt cars out of them Its just product placement and a way to attract the younger crowd.

    EXTRALIFE – By Scott Johnson - New Knight Rider teaser on NBC

  • Amirah begins to unravel a knot of intrigue, myth and magic – secrets involving her mother, father, the fate of the firebirds and even Bima are all exposed.

    HH Com 126

  • With the painful realisation that boundaries between black and white blur and truths are often grey, Amirah and Bima must choose between their families, the firebirds and each other.

    HH Com 126

  • I would like to hear more about the firebirds though.

    HH Com 126

  • Harry Potter films are even hardier firebirds, regenerated approximately every year in a race against the young actors' hormones and to sustain its ravenous Muggle audiences.

    U.K. Faces Of The Week, Jan. 30 - Feb. 3, 2006


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