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Myiozetetes similis texensis (Giraud): Vermilion-crowned Flycatcher.
And he girded him about with a glorious girdle, and clothed him with a robe of glory, and crowned him with majestic attire.
Then when my hair had been parted and smoothed down, I crowned myself with my campaign hat at the dashingest possible tilt.
Many of the officials had on high-crowned hats decorated with bunches of feathers and crimson tassels.
It was crowned by a wide-brimmed bowler hat which the man wore pressed down upon his ears like a Jew pedlar.
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It bears a truly desolate appearance, being nothing but ridges of bare white sand, scantily crowned with a few shrubby bushes.
Her lustrous hair, dark as midnight, crowned a well-shaped head, which she carried as proudly as a queen.
It is crowned, however, with a leaf like that of the palmetto; but the tufts of the dragon tree resemble the yucca in growth.
Many of the hills are crowned with ruined fortresses and occasionally an imposing modern summer residence is to be seen.
The Emperor had accepted the most moderate income that ever crowned head was contented withal, in order to spare his people.

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