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1. Lancer 1-1, this is Cuckoo 3-1.
2. Lord of it all now, the cuckoo.
3. The imprinted cuckoo infant will.
4. Robber Barons and the Cuckoo Bird.
5. Man, this guy was a walking cuckoo.
6. Twice she uttered her usual cuckoo.
7. Come on, you never know with cuckoo.
8. Beyond the stream was heard the cuckoo.
9. The cuckoo bird is believed to be crazy.
10. Cuckoo Clocks had nothing on me at that time.
11. Muller, Adolph, on the instincts of the cuckoo.
12. Gave me a fucking cuckoo clock to remember them by.
13. No, Einstein, she said That’s an actual cuckoo.
14. The cuckoo is a bird that the Europeans consider to be crazy.
15. Perhaps, she drove her husband cuckoo with her incessant talk.
16. The eggs of the Australian bronze cuckoo vary, according to Mr.
17. Poor, poor Marilyn is going cuckoo and can’t handle her own press.
18. The cultures of the poor have taken on the same cuckoo bird cultures.
19. In the bronze cuckoo the eggs vary greatly in size, from eight to ten lines in length.
20. That enraged Spock and after few harder blows, he knocked the Colonel into cuckoo land.
21. Twice she uttered her usual cuckoo call, and then gave a hoarse, hurried call and broke down.
22. Upon this clear stillness, like feathers on the surface of a pool, fell the calling of a cuckoo.
23. Did they get this from their undead ancestors? Or did their ancestors get it from the cuckoo bird?
24. By a continued process of this nature, I believe that the strange instinct of our cuckoo has been generated.
25. Until recently the instincts of the European and of the non-parasitic American cuckoo alone were known; now, owing to Mr.
26. Not altogether a rosy life, by any means; sometimes hunger and fatigue are heavy on them in the service of General Cuckoo.
27. I told Lena that there must be a house nearby, because I heard someone’s cuckoo clock, and it wasn’t keeping very good time.
28. The cuckoo bird exhibits the exact same tactics of child-raising that human European robber barons used at least 4,000 years ago.
29. Secondly, that the eggs are remarkably small, not exceeding those of the skylark—a bird about one-fourth as large as the cuckoo.
30. The baby Cuckoo becomes a huge: far outweighing the small frantic mother that is driven to feed the monster growing in its own nest.
31. Let’s see, what’s new? Nick and I are currently embroiled in what I have taken to calling (to myself) the Cuckoo Clock Conundrum.
32. But the American cuckoo is in this predicament, for she makes her own nest and has eggs and young successively hatched, all at the same time.
33. Friends and loved ones – the worldly types – might accuse you of living in ‘love cuckoo land’ and of having unrealistic expectations.
34. It has been both asserted and denied that the American cuckoo occasionally lays her eggs in other birds' nests; but I have lately heard from Dr.
35. Coming home through Los Angeles had twisted some inner mechanism, and like an errant cuckoo clock I was operating on time interrupted by itself.
36. Europeans who manage to fuck their neighbor’s wife: play the same filthy trick which the cuckoo bird has played on other birds for untold years.
37. Her nerve-wracking speculations about this and that young man, his prospects and whether he would make me a good husband, were driving me cuckoo.
38. That the small size of the egg is a real case of adaptation we may infer from the fact of the mon-parasitic American cuckoo laying full-sized eggs.
39. Had our cuckoo invariably displayed the above instinct, it would assuredly have been added to those which it is assumed must all have been acquired together.
40. Her voice that was as sweet as a Cuckoo had gone from silvery to husky without Krishnan noticing when, and she spoke in a feeble way, as her mother had done.
41. This instinct may probably be accounted for by the fact of the hens laying a large number of eggs, but, as with the cuckoo, at intervals of two or three days.
42. It has been objected that I have not noticed other related instincts and adaptations of structure in the cuckoo, which are spoken of as necessarily co-ordinated.
43. The cuckoo bird in Europe: is only one small example of this secret manipulation of undead bird intelligence auras violating undead human’s auras and vice versa.
44. Now let us suppose that the ancient progenitor of our European cuckoo had the habits of the American cuckoo, and that she occasionally laid an egg in another bird's nest.
45. It has, also recently been ascertained on sufficient evidence, by Adolf Muller, that the cuckoo occasionally lays her eggs on the bare ground, sits on them and feeds her young.
46. The cuckoo is also having a tough time adjusting to its new space: The little bird lurches out drunkenly at ten minutes after the hour; seventeen minutes before; forty-one past.
47. Thirdly, that the young cuckoo, soon after birth, has the instinct, the strength and a properly shaped back for ejecting its foster-brothers, which then perish from cold and hunger.
48. This has been boldly called a beneficent arrangement, in order that the young cuckoo may get sufficient food, and that its foster-brothers may perish before they had acquired much feeling!.
49. The chief points to be referred to are three: first, that the common cuckoo, with rare exceptions, lays only one egg in a nest, so that the large and voracious young bird receives ample food.
50. But he has now received a trustworthy account of a young cuckoo which was actually seen, while still blind and not able even to hold up its own head, in the act of ejecting its foster-brothers.
51. The cuckoo was, in fact, soon to pop out, its grinding windup beginning over my head—a sound that inevitably made my jaw tense—when the camera crews outside emitted a loud, collective, oceanic wushing.
52. The thought of that irony almost made him laugh out loud given the present circumstances, but people thought he was crazy enough as it was already without adding sudden outbursts of laughter to the cuckoo list.
53. If there is more than one egg in the nest, or if the mother bird lays her own eggs after the cuckoo bird has laid her egg in the nest: the baby cuckoo egg is the first one to hatch because its hatching time is less.
54. In the case of the European cuckoo, the offspring of the foster-parents are commonly ejected from the nest within three days after the cuckoo is hatched; and as the latter at this age is in a most helpless condition, Mr.
55. The cuckoo, of course, had long been silent; but many another feathered friend, for months a part of the familiar landscape and its small society, was missing too and it seemed that the ranks thinned steadily day by day.
56. My parents dropped by the night before, presented us with the family cuckoo clock that I’d loved as a child, and the three of us cried and hugged as Nick shuffled his hands in his pockets and promised to take care of me.
57. I felt as though I had been let out of prison as I breakfasted joyfully on the verandah, the sun streaming through the creeperless trellis on to the little meal, and the first cuckoo of the year calling to me from the fir wood.
58. The baby cuckoo is genetically programmed to attack and either kill, or push out all the other baby birds in the nest, so they fall to the ground where they either die of cold or starvation, or are killed by predators and eaten.
59. Some species of Molothrus, a widely distinct genus of American birds, allied to our starlings, have parasitic habits like those of the cuckoo; and the species present an interesting gradation in the perfection of their instincts.
60. Merrill, of Iowa, that he once found in Illinois a young cuckoo, together with a young jay in the nest of a blue jay (Garrulus cristatus); and as both were nearly full feathered, there could be no mistake in their identification.
61. Are we humans designed to use the tactics of a fucking cuckoo bird? Is that how we have proved our fucking supposedly superior, dominant intelligence? Do you think birds cannot manipulate us? They have been doing it for millions of years.
62. It would be easy to show that several distinct mental actions are commonly embraced by this term; but every one understands what is meant, when it is said that instinct impels the cuckoo to migrate and to lay her eggs in other birds' nests.
63. Brooke, and within ten yards of him, the effigy of himself: buff-colored waistcoat, eye-glass, and neutral physiognomy, painted on rag; and there had arisen, apparently in the air, like the note of the cuckoo, a parrot-like, Punch-voiced echo of his words.
64. In this case, as with that of the Molothrus or cuckoo, I can see no difficulty in natural selection making an occasional habit permanent, if of advantage to the species, and if the insect whose nest and stored food are feloniously appropriated, be not thus exterminated.
65. In the spring season, when the prevailing wind blows; when the buds of orchid flowers laburnum bloom on the bark of trees; when the cuckoo bird sings her melodious songs; and when the trees wear new leaves, the Rongali Bihu festival arrives, which brings us new life and new hope.
66. Which culture is more intelligent? Western civilized robber baron consumer capitalism; dominating the rest of the poor nations of the world? Or the cuckoo bird dominating the rest of the birds in their area? Who is more cuckoo? Humans; or the cuckoo bird? What is the difference?
67. This case is more remarkable than that of the cuckoo; for these bees have not only had their instincts but their structure modified in accordance with their parasitic habits; for they do not possess the pollen-collecting apparatus which would have been indispensable if they had stored up food for their own young.
68. During the small hours of the next morning, while it was still dark, dwellers near the highways were conscious of a disturbance of their night's rest by rumbling noises, intermittently continuing till daylight—noises as certain to recur in this particular first week of the month as the voice of the cuckoo in the third week of the same.
69. It is supposed by some naturalists that the more immediate cause of the instinct of the cuckoo is that she lays her eggs, not daily, but at intervals of two or three days; so that, if she were to make her own nest and sit on her own eggs, those first laid would have to be left for some time unincubated or there would be eggs and young birds of different ages in the same nest.
70. Finally, it may not be a logical deduction, but to my imagination it is far more satisfactory to look at such instincts as the young cuckoo ejecting its foster-brothers, ants making slaves, the larvae of ichneumonidae feeding within the live bodies of caterpillars, not as specially endowed or created instincts, but as small consequences of one general law leading to the advancement of all organic beings—namely, multiply, vary, let the strongest live and the weakest die.
71. With respect to the means by which this strange and odious instinct was acquired, if it were of great importance for the young cuckoo, as is probably the case, to receive as much food as possible soon after birth, I can see no special difficulty in its having gradually acquired, during successive generations, the blind desire, the strength, and structure necessary for the work of ejection; for those cuckoos which had such habits and structure best developed would be the most securely reared.
72. I turned off the camera and sat back on the couch (I always filmed while sitting on the couch under her pernicious, unpredictable cuckoo clock, because I knew if I didn’t show her cuckoo clock, she’d wonder whether I had finally gotten rid of her cuckoo clock, and then she’d stop wondering whether I had finally gotten rid of her cuckoo clock and simply come to believe it was true, and then no matter what sweet words came out of my mouth, she’d silently counter with: and yet he tossed out my cuckoo clock).
1. Accordingly this was done, but it made no difference to Mr Hickery; on the contrary, he said, in a vehement manner, that he was sure there must be some corrupt understanding among us, otherwise a matter of such importance could not have been decided by a silent vote; and at every session of the council, till some new matter of difference cast up, he continued cuckooing about the lamp-job, as he called it, till he had sickened every body out of all patience.

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1. Ramsay remarks that two of the Australian cuckoos, when they lay their eggs in an open nest, manifest a decided preference for nests containing eggs similar in colour to their own.
2. If life was a great Swiss clock, then these were the sprightliest cuckoos that ever jumped out of two doors at once, announcing the exact same time, each of them, not a second lost between.
3. Immediately the dwarf felt that he was free he seized a sack full of gold that was hidden amongst the tree's roots, and, lifting it up, grumbled out, Clumsy creatures, to cut off a bit of my beautiful beard, of which I am so proud! I leave the cuckoos to pay you for what you did.
4. That was his most perfect idea of heaven's happiness: mine was rocking in a rustling green tree, with a west wind blowing, and bright white clouds flitting rapidly above; and not only larks, but throstles, and blackbirds, and linnets, and cuckoos pouring out music on every side, and the moors seen at a distance, broken into cool dusky dells; but close by great swells of long grass undulating in waves to the breeze; and woods and sounding water, and the whole world awake and wild with joy.
5. That was his most perfect idea of heaven’s happiness: mine was rocking in a rustling green tree, with a west wind blowing, and bright white clouds flitting rapidly above; and not only larks, but throstles, and blackbirds, and linnets, and cuckoos pouring out music on every side, and the moors seen at a distance, broken into cool dusky dells; but close by great swells of long grass undulating in waves to the breeze; and woods and sounding water, and the whole world awake and wild with joy.
6. With respect to the means by which this strange and odious instinct was acquired, if it were of great importance for the young cuckoo, as is probably the case, to receive as much food as possible soon after birth, I can see no special difficulty in its having gradually acquired, during successive generations, the blind desire, the strength, and structure necessary for the work of ejection; for those cuckoos which had such habits and structure best developed would be the most securely reared.
7. So I just went round the back of the yard to pumpship and begob (hundred shillings to five) while I was letting off my (Throwaway twenty to) letting off my load gob says I to myself I knew he was uneasy in his (two pints off of Joe and one in Slattery's off) in his mind to get off the mark to (hundred shillings is five quid) and when they were in the (dark horse) pisser Burke was telling me card party and letting on the child was sick (gob, must have done about a gallon) flabbyarse of a wife speaking down the tube she's betteror she's (ow!) all a plan so he could vamoose with the pool if he won or (Jesus, full up I was) trading without a licence (ow!) Ireland my nation says he (hoik! phthook!) never be up to those bloody (there's the last of it) Jerusalem (ah!) cuckoos.

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