from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun Either of two swift-running, ground-dwelling birds (Geococcyx californianus or G. velox) of North and Central America, having streaked brownish plumage, a brown and black crest, and a long tail.
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- noun Either of two species of
birdin the genus Geococcyxof the cuckoofamily, native to North and Central America. They are fast runners.
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- noun speedy largely terrestrial bird found from California and Mexico to Texas
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The Red Shore have just signed to metal juggernaut/label roadrunner records.
I wanted to ask Governor Richardson whether he was aware that the roadrunner is the state bird of New Mexico.
we pay $45/mo. for twc's roadrunner, which is pretty reliable and pretty fast too.
The "roadrunner" gentleman was joined by a friend trailing a carry-on suitcase, though he looked like he was traveling no further than the floor beside his buddy.
BBC - Earth News - Agile 'roadrunner' dinosaur fossil discovered in China: One the most agile dinosaurs so far discovered has been unearthed in China.
The tiny dinosaur, dubbed a 'roadrunner' by the scientists who found it, is also one of the smallest dinosaurs known.
Everyone has a "roadrunner" in their life -- a goal which seems to escape them.
You simply got so used to chasing your "roadrunner," you forgot why you wanted to chase it -- and now in 2009 it's more relevant for you to go ferret-chasing instead.
Is your "roadrunner" still something which fulfills these -- or is it a ferret you need to be chasing?
Dustin: According to the law, and the fcc, ISP companies such as roadrunner do not have the right to degrade or block any lawful programs, are you aware of this?