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He had just strength to fly up to the Prince's shoulder once more.
To the birds this was a very poor reason, but the older ones felt grateful to him at this time because he had nursed a number of fledglings through the German measles, and they offered to show him how birds fly a kite.
It is only the gay and innocent and heartless who can fly.
Peter," she said, faltering, "are you expecting me to fly away with you?
I can't come," she said apologetically, "I have forgotten how to fly.
Of course in the end Wendy let them fly away together.
Entomologist Chris Geden in the Mosquito and Fly Research Unit at CMAVE partnered with scientists at the University of Florida (UF) and Aarhus University in Denmark to study the distribution and host range of the virus as well as the effectiveness of different application methods.
Entomologists say more than 18,000 fly species are found in North America, with 120,000 species worldwide.
calling out to him to fly, for God's sake, by the window .
That gene, fruitless, is the same one that scientists had found to control roles in fruit fly courtship, says Edward A.
The pilot wants to be at Lockwood Valley helibase, 20 minutes away, by sunrise -- ready to fly.
Introduced in the spring of 2005, Solitude IGR from Pfizer Animal Health is just such a product; it is a feed-through fly preventive for horses that can safely reduce fly populations in barns, arenas and pastures by up to 90 percent.