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The first thing he did was to kill a red-headed wood-pecker which he declared to be the most beautiful bird he had ever seen.
THE KENTUCKY WARBLERJAMES LANE ALLEN
Suddenly from behind him a red-headed bird flew to the dead tree-trunk and alighted near the hole: he recognised the wood-pecker.
THE KENTUCKY WARBLERJAMES LANE ALLEN
Properly a parrot; applied in England to the green wood-pecker (Gecinus viridis).
John he married a Pecker girl, and got his match too; she was the only living soul he ever was afraid of.
But that's entry nous, dont cher know; keep my pecker hup proper out 'ere.
Keep up your pecker, my hearty; you'll make yer fortune when Mr. Barnum sees yer!
MAD SHEPHERDSL. P. JACKS
Well, keep up yer pecker, my pippin, and keep down yer natural rage.
He got near enough to his sisters to say: "Keep up your pecker, Pansy, for there won't be any Aberdeen about it."
In the body of the dead tree a wood-pecker had chiseled out a round hole.
THE BISHOP OF COTTONTOWNJOHN TROTWOOD MOORE
Ta-ta, old man; keep your pecker up till I come, and then mind your eye!
THE MASTER OF THE SHELLTALBOT BAINES REED

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