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Edible-nest Swiftlet - Description
... The plumage is blackish-brown above, paler on the underparts ... The rump is slightly paler than the rest of the upperparts ... micans is paler and greyer while A ...
Clearwing Budgerigar Mutation - Appearance
... The Clearwing Light Green has green body feathers only very slightly paler than the normal or wild-type Light Green with highly contrasting yellow wings ... The long tail feathers are much paler than the wild-type, being smokey-grey in the blue series and a pale grey-green in the green series ... Clearwings which are split for Dilute are often slightly paler than pure Clearwings ...
Golden-breasted Bunting - Description - Types
... to the nominate form, but larger, and paler below ... flavigaster is more distinctive, having a paler, redder back, pale grey rump, paler yellow underparts and whiter flanks ...
Menetries's Warbler - Description
... It has a dark cap which is dull black at the front but becomes paler further back and merges into the grey nape unlike the Sardininan Warbler which has an entirely jet-black cap ... rubescens is paler grey above than the nominate and the pink on the underparts is paler or absent entirely ... turcmenica is paler grey above and paler pink below than the nominate and has longer wings than both the other subspecies ...
Binyomin Paler
... Rabbi Binyomin Paler (1908-August 6, 2000) was a Haredi rosh yeshiva and Talmudist who is regarded as one of those who brought the Brisk yeshivas and methods from Europe to the United ... He was born in Brisk, then in Russia, to his father, Rabbi Yitzchok Paler ... Rabbi Yitzchok Paler, a full-time Talmudic scholar, was so well respected in the community of Brisk that when the Brisker Rov was not available to serve as a Sandek at a Bris ...

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