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  • noun Plural form of tern.

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Examples

  • ` ` It's difficult to overcome the way we started the game in terns of turning the ball over, '' Kings coach Reggie Theus said.

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  • Despite the numerous forecasts claiming that Hanna would pass well to the west and not dump buckets of rain on us until later in the evening, the heavens opened up just as we were about to walk to the point to see how many of what kind of terns we could see.

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  • Despite the numerous forecasts claiming that Hanna would pass well to the west and not dump buckets of rain on us until later in the evening, the heavens opened up just as we were about to walk to the point to see how many of what kind of terns we could see.

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  • We spin round fantastic Garajáo, [Footnote: Not the meaningless Garajão, as travellers will write it.] the wart-nosed cliff of 'terns' or

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  • Governmental agencies and conservation groups have put countless hours and dollars toward protecting other seabird populations such as terns - but little has been done for great cormorants, he said.

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  • Governmental agencies and conservation groups have put countless hours and dollars toward protecting other seabird populations such as terns - but little has been done for great cormorants, he said.

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  • Many unique species of aquatic life including crabs, frogs and mudskippers, water birds such as terns, kingfishers, darters and cormorants, and animals such as otters and turtles live in and alongside the backwaters.

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  • Governmental agencies and conservation groups have put countless hours and dollars toward protecting other seabird populations such as terns - but little has been done for great cormorants, he said.

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  • Governmental agencies and conservation groups have put countless hours and dollars toward protecting other seabird populations such as terns - but little has been done for great cormorants, he said.

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  • Governmental agencies and conservation groups have put countless hours and dollars toward protecting other seabird populations such as terns - but little has been done for great cormorants, he said.

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