kea

[ US /ˈki/ ]
[ UK /kˈiː/ ]
NOUN
  1. large brownish-green New Zealand parrot
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How To Use kea In A Sentence

  • His entry into the takeaway arena was somewhat fortuitous. Times, Sunday Times
  • But the world is not full of exclusively charming and likeable people. The Sun
  • Gadafy's striking non-endorsement of the Democratic candidate focused in part on Obama's pledge of "unshakeable" support for Israel, which caused dismay, if not surprise, across the Arab and Muslim worlds last week. Obama Taking Over Democratic National Committee Partly To Avoid Kerry's Fate
  • Wilder grew up loving Buster Keaton and Charlie Chaplin, but his great idol was famed director Ernst Lubitsch.
  • The exhibition is testimony to the common themes that bind them and yet the unmistakeably individual genius and style of each.
  • Its markings were unmistakeable, as were the large, soulless, jet black eyes.
  • But recently, he publicly crossed swords with Soi Lek, whom he described as untrustworthy and treacherous compared to former MCA president Ong Tee Keat. SARA - Southeast Asian RSS Aggregator
  • But to Mr. Robin there is no actually existing Burkeanism anywhere, making those who cite the ideal of a reasonable, pragmatic, nonreactionary conservatism guilty of the kind of utopianism the left is more commonly faulted for. NYT > Home Page
  • Some of Britain's biggest coffee shop chains have signed up to a scheme to boost recycling of takeaway cups. Times, Sunday Times
  • I noticed a tap for a local microbrew called Prohibition Ale, brewed by Speakeasy Brewery.
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