1. Magpielike (Adjective) Resembling or characteristic of a magpie, especially in the habit of hoarding objects
2. Magpielike definitions Resembling or characteristic of a magpie, especially in the habit of hoarding objects.
3. Magpielike (comparative more Magpielike, superlative most Magpielike) Resembling or characteristic of a magpie, especially in the habit of hoarding objects.
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4. Is genius a mosaic of “Magpielike borrowings”? By Maria Popova
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5. Lewis, driven by her lifelong “magpie curiosity about how we become,” crafts her argument slowly, meticulously, stepping away from it like a sculptor gaining perspective on her sculpture and examining it through other eyes, other experiences, other particularities, which she weaves together into an intricate tapestry of “Magpielike borrowings” filtered through the sieve of her own point of view.
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6. Bits of knowledge, gathered Magpielike, which others might consider trivia—the origins of the red and green o on traffic lights, the different ways distant towns told time before railroads connected them, the composition of the asteroid Ceres—spur these poems toward startling personal and public insights.
7. In the Pozzi Collection in Geneva there is a Persian drawing of a starving horse, alone, munching a tuft of grass; it also has a Magpielike bird pecking its back. Still another emaciated horse drawing, this time attributed to Rezi 'Abbasi, includes a rider in a leopard cap conversing with his pet monkey.
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8. "[They] have a Magpielike attraction to the sparkle of start-ups with no future just because of the immediate perks
9. Current director Silvia Karman Cubiñá has been aggressively repositioning the veteran museum away from its original, Magpielike approach to curation
10. Logan wondered, grinding his teeth at the constant Magpielike chattering of the people on the trail
11. Craig Morgan Teicher, the judge who selected this manuscript for the prize, describes her perfectly as “Magpielike.” He writes, “Lindsay Tigue has, first and foremost, a curious mind: Her poems are motored by information.
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12. Conceived as a live spectacle without a pre-recorded soundtrack, it is also the closest he has come to a pure silent feature, not that purity is a pertinent concept in the case of the Magpielike
13. This reveals Weischer's own Magpielike selection of themes and tropes from his artistic predecessors.
14. Since Robbins was good at watching a range of other choreographers’ work, we can’t help guessing he saw Limón’s dance and, Magpielike, …
15. Conceived as a live spectacle without a pre-recorded soundtrack, it is also the closest he has come to a pure silent feature, not that purity is a pertinent concept in the case of the Magpielike Mr
16. He was not an intellectual, and he powerfully resisted ideologies and theories while, Magpielike, stealing what he fancied from the various isms that surrounded him
17. To his personal magnetism and general sexiness, the Magpielike Paddy soon added a mind filled with poetry and out-of-the-way knowledge
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18. To bolster his case, he took, Magpielike, from a startling array of seemingly disconnected study findings and emerging trends
19. Like his jewelry, a DIY mixture that incorporates everything from postage stamps to crucifixes, Blame’s career has been Magpielike: He’s done everything from contribute to The Face and i-D to style music icons including Björk, Boy George, and Neneh Cherry to work with designers like Marc Jacobs, John Galliano, and Rei Kawakubo (for whom he once created an installation featuring teddy
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20. Generous yet critical, serious yet funny, acutely focused yet Magpielike in his ever-curious observation and appropriation of what was going …
21. Current director Silvia Karman Cubiñá has been aggressively repositioning the veteran museum away from its original, Magpielike approach to curation
22. This Magpielike mix of patterns and prints added up to a wearable collection with a sense of attitude
23. Bits of knowledge, gathered Magpielike, which others might consider trivia—the origins of the red and green?on traffic lights, the different ways distant towns told time before railroads connected them, the composition of the asteroid Ceres—spur these poems toward startling personal and public insights.
24. Of the 2015 Iowa Poetry Prize, judge Craig Moran Teicher says these bits of information are “gathered Magpielike,” leading to insight
25. In a far corner glinted small objects and coins that Harry guessed Kreacher had saved, Magpielike, from Sirius’s purge of the house, and he had also managed to retrieve the silver-framed family photographs that Sirius had thrown away over the summer.
This article is about the birds in the family Corvidae. For the black and white bird often referred to by English speakers simply as 'magpie', see Eurasian magpie. For the Australasian bird in the family Artamidae, see Australian magpie. For other uses, see Magpie (disambiguation). Magpies are birds of the Corvidae (crow) family.
Magpies are birds of the Corvidae (crow) family. The black and white Eurasian magpie is widely considered one of the most intelligent animals in the world and one of only a few non-mammal species able to recognize itself in a mirror test. In addition to other members of the genus Pica, corvids considered as magpies are in the genus Cissa.
Definition of magpie. (Entry 1 of 2) 1 : any of various birds (especially Pica pica) related to the jays but having a long graduated tail and black-and-white or brightly colored plumage. 2 : a person who chatters noisily. 3 : one who collects indiscriminately.
Magpies are intelligent birds of the corvidae family, including the black and white Eurasian Magpie, which is one of the few animal species known to be able to recognize itself in a mirror test.