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  • n. Plural form of myna.

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Examples

  • I have seen so many parrots, kites, mynas, doves etc.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • When there are no migrants, we watch the locals - the Brahminy Kites courting, the Sea-eagle sitting on her nest, the male Sea-eagle shooing away his previous off-spring in a spectacular display of talon gripping flight, and the mynas in their bonding flights over the sea every morning in flocks that flow like water.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • The mynas flap clumsily, but the starlings speed away like flying torpedoes, their wings whistling as they go, streamlined missiles aerodynamically perfect, flashing between the branches so fast they are a blur to my ageing eyes.

    Distractions, distractions...

  • Robbing Us Blind from FEMA to Iraq yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'Robbing Us Blind from FEMA to Iraq'; yahooBuzzArticleSummary = 'Article: From FEMA to Iraq, the president and his right-wing pied-mynas have done nothing but attend to their own pocketbooks at the expense of everyone in their path.

    Robbing Us Blind from FEMA to Iraq

  • From FEMA to Iraq, the president and his pied-mynas have done nothing but attend to their own pocketbooks at the expense of everyone in their path.

    Robbing Us Blind from FEMA to Iraq

  • Along the main road, there was a licensed stall selling wild birds stuck in impossibly small cages, including fledgling hill mynas obviously taken from the nest and as yet unable to feed themselves, shamas, doves, hanging parrots, even a young barbet.

    KOTA BELUD BIRD SANCTUARY

  • They were true talking mynas from southern India -- pert, hoppy little creatures amusingly yellow-wattled, with iridescent black wings and bass voices.

    Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine

  • The attorney paid her bills, she and the mynas were company for each other, and she was content.

    Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine

  • And so the mynas, which had begun as a hobby, became the reason for what was left of the old lady's life.

    Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine

  • A fringe of palms and ferns in pots ran between the pillars, and orchids hung from above, shutting out the garden, where heavy scents stood in the sun and mynas chattered on the drive.

    Hilda A Story of Calcutta

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