canary represented to Congress that she removed herself from the case “before any significant decisions” had been reached.
“This is not a judgment of guilt, nor is it a suspension of any other canonical penalty,” canary wrote.
More significantly, it demonstrates that canary continued to drive the case notwithstanding her “recusal.”
And what if they're only the canary in the coal mine for doctors and MBAs and government workers?
And when I say East London, I mean Shoreditch—those of you expecting sterile canary Wharf, think again.
"These boys aren't so bad," said the happy canary, looking at the seeds.
It was employed by the aborigines on Lanzarote (canary Islands).
Sunny and summery weather here, and my canary is singing like a house on fire.
Cover it up with the canary's cloth when the lightning begins.
The canary creeper is another plant, which is so airy and graceful that one never seems to tire of it.
type of small songbird, 1650s (short for Canary-bird, 1570s), from French canarie, from Spanish canario "canary bird," literally "of the Canary Islands," from Latin Insula Canaria "Canary Island," largest of the Fortunate Isles, literally "island of dogs" (canis, genitive canarius; see canine (n.)), so called because large dogs lived there. The name was extended to the whole island group (Canariæ Insulæ) by the time of Arnobius (c.300). As a type of wine (from the Canary Islands) from 1580s.