1. large crested fish-eating diving duck having a slender hooked bill with serrated edges
  2. Old World gooselike duck slightly larger than a mallard with variegated mostly black-and-white plumage and a red bill
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  • Future, Present and Past Rieslings at Sheldrake Point Vineyard (May 31) Join winemaker David Breeden and taste rieslings from several vintages, including a preview of the unreleased 2008 rieslings and library wines that are no longer available anywhere else. Finger Lakes Wine Events
  • The paragraph in question had been in his article through galley proofs, which Sheldrake had seen and approved, but was somehow accidentally omitted in the layout process.
  • Sheldrake looked at Frank, his eyes narrowing and getting beadier. The Hardy Boys
  • Bob Madill of Sheldrake Point, chair of the Wine Alliance and conceiver of the Riedel visit, considers the glass "a quality symbol that re-enforces our experience and projects Finger Lakes Riesling as a world class quality wine. Finger Lakes Wine Events
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  • Midsummer Day I saw a sheldrake (probably an escaped bird) flying down the river, looking very splendid in its black, white, and red plumage, in the bright light of the morning. The Naturalist on the Thames
  • Sometimes, when fishing alongshore with my Indian at the paddle, the canoe would push its nose silently around a point, and I would see the heron's heavy slanting flight already halfway up to the tree-tops, long before our coming had been suspected by the watchful little mother sheldrake, or even by the deer feeding close at hand among the lily pads. Wood Folk at School
  • A subspecies of the critically endangered crested shelduck, called Kuroda's sheldrake Tadorna cristata kuroda, once occurred along the southern coast of Korea. Southern Korea evergreen forests
  • Exotic white sandalwood is surrounded by resins, rose, jasmine, pink pepper, iris, musk and cedar. The fragrance was created by Christopher Sheldrake in 2001.
  • Then her soul took the form of a sheldrake and its mate – those loving birds which, like the turtle-dove, are always constant, – and floating on the liquid pools, they mourned all day long the sad fate of the Princess Pepperina. Tales of the Punjab
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