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Sentence count:40Posted:2017-03-01Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: delicacydelicatedelicatessenrelicelicitfelicityderelictdeliciousMeaning: ['pelɪkən]  n. large long-winged warm-water seabird having a large bill with a distensible pouch for fish. 
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1. Overtaking on the inside and on a pelican crossing.
2. A pelican crossing system will be installed between the traffic lights at Blackfriars Road and the box junction at Rennie Street.
3. He pressed the button at the pelican crossing and waited.
4. Recently birds have even incorporated the beeps of pelican crossings and the refined noise of the new-style telephone.
5. These vary in size from the great white pelican and goliath heron to the diminutive malachite and pygmy kingfishers.
6. Providing more pelican crossings, cycle lanes and residents' parking schemes.
7. That's not a duck, it's a pelican!
8. The pelican has a very useful beak.
9. Pelican - Devoted and self - sacrificing charity.
10. This funny pouch helps the pelican to trap fish.
11. I am like a pelican of the wilderness: I am like an owl of the desert.
12. Rescue workers removed the fishing line, and the pelican is expected to fully recover.
13. Just under its beak, the pelican has a bag of flesh that is called a pouch.
14. Caption: Feather pillow: A rose pelican rests its head at the zoo in Wuppertal, Germany.
15. Pelican Blood tells the story of Nikko, a funny but left-of-center young man living in London.
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16. Pelican Blood tells the story of Nikko, a funny but left-of-center young man ...
17. They came in a nice Pelican hard case with a wax cleaner, " oto- ease" insertion lube, name tag, and cleaning cloth.
18. The pelican also uses its pouch as a dish to hold food for its babies.
19. The thatched-roof Pelican Bar, planted on a sandbar, serves passing boaters and tourists on Treasure Beach, a low-key fishing village on Jamaica's less developed southern coast.
20. An Anhinga — a pelican relative — stretches its wings to dry its feathers.
21. He jumped like a man who'd been zapped with 1 0see also PEDESTRIAN CROSSING, PELICAN CROSSINGapping through some modern novels at the moment.
22. Therefore any individual stops which will be required at single pelican crossings etc., will have no effect on charging.
23. Crossing roads is always frightening at first, and the patient may have to relearn how to use pelican and zebra crossings.
24. If you are lucky, you will also spot a pelican or two.
25. The parish council were not altogether happy with the road layout around the new pelican crossing, Mr. Hobbs reported.
26. Jeff Phillips, Environmental Contaminants Coordinator for the US Fish and Wildlife Service, rescues a Brown Pelican from Barataria Bay in Grand Isle, Louisiana.
27. A volunteer uses a toothbrush to clean an oil covered white pelican found off the Louisiana coast at the Fort Jackson Oiled Wildlife Rehabilitation Center in Buras, Louisiana, June 9, 2010.
28. A variety of seabirds and shorebirds inhabit the islands, including the endangered brown pelican, least tern, and piping plover.
29. Fishes usually don't fear net while they scurry away as soon as see a pelican.
30. Featuring hands free opening slots for freedom of hand movement vital for opening car doors or pressing the button at the pelican crossing.
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