Egretta

NOUN
  1. small Old and New World herons
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  • The birds include ten species of herons including grey heron Ardea cinerea, goliath heron A. goliath and yellow-billed egret Egretta intermedia, hammerkop Scopus umbretta, four of the six West African species of stork, ducks, five of the six West African species of vulture, hawks, plovers and francolins and black-winged stilt Himantopus himantopus. Comoé National Park, Côte d'Ivoire
  • She said it was regrettable that a policeman, who had taken an oath, had come before the court and deliberately misled the court.
  • The loss of jobs is highly regrettable.
  • As long as the conflict goes on here, it's logical to assume that the attitudes of all sides will harden, which is deeply regrettable. Top Israel Rabbis: Don't Sell Property To Non-Jews
  • He said: 'It is very regrettable that an officer should apparently have disregarded a speed camera under these circumstances. Times, Sunday Times
  • “The fact that a Dutch parliamentarian is refused entry to another EU country is highly regrettable,” Mr Verhagen said. Anti-Islamist politician Geert Wilders refused entry to Britain
  • The excesses committed during the unfortunate period are regrettable.
  • It is deeply regrettable that both before and since those two spills occurred, much more oil has been spilt due to illegality. Times, Sunday Times
  • Regrettably, he resorts to the familiar numbers game when he boasts that fewer than 300 state enterprises currently remain in the public sector.
  • Regrettably we could find no sign of the man and the search was terminated.
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