• A Spanish study suggested that territorial conflicts between species, and other phenomena like males singing mixed or alternating songs, were most frequent when one species locally far outnumbered the other; in other circumstances, the two species learned to ignore each other's songs.
  • Wikipedia: Goldcrest
  • A Spanish study suggested that territorial conflicts between the species, and other phenomena like males singing mixed or alternating songs, were most frequent when one species locally far outnumbered the other; in other circumstances, the two kinglets learned to ignore each other's songs.
  • Wikipedia: Common Firecrest
  • About 1% of males are small, intermediate in size between males and females, and do not grow the elaborate breeding plumage of the territorial and satellite males, although they have much larger internal testes than the ruffed males.
  • Wikipedia: Ruff
  • After consulting the territorial diet, the archbishop enlisted Bucer to lead the reform, and on 14 December Bucer moved to Bonn, the capital of the electorate.
  • Wikipedia: Martin Bucer
  • After the enabling act was passed, territorial legislators had a difficult time writing a state constitution.
  • Wikipedia: History of Minnesota
  • Although territorial defense is mostly composed of loud vocalizations there are instances of actual physical combat.
  • Wikipedia: Puerto Rican Amazon
  • As the area became settled during Minnesota’s territorial and early statehood days, the routes were improved, stagecoach service was instituted, towns were established, and permanent settlement began.
  • Wikipedia: Red River Trails
  • As with all prosimian primates, olfactory communication is used extensively by ruffed lemurs – scent marking in territorial defense and disputes, as well as female greeting displays.
  • Wikipedia: Ruffed lemur
  • Between 1890 and 1894, the French sought to aggressively claim what they believed to be the territorial rights established by the treaty.
  • Wikipedia: Ranavalona III
  • Fighting at territorial boundaries involves the male birds jumping at each other and pecking.
  • Wikipedia: African Crake
  • For instance, male swallows in the genera Psalidoprocne and Stelgidopteryx have tiny recurved hooks on the leading edges of their outer primaries, but the function of these hooks is not yet known; some authorities suggest they may produce a sound during territorial or courtship displays.
  • Wikipedia: Flight feather
  • From 1858 to 1860, Crittenden sought out moderates from all sections of the country to effect compromise on the territorial and slavery issues, thus averting war.
  • Wikipedia: John J. Crittenden
  • From early 2013 the shark will receive full protection in New Zealand territorial waters under the Wildlife Act 1953.
  • Wikipedia: Oceanic whitetip shark
  • Gaines, the new territorial governor, negotiated a new treaty with some but not all of the Indian bands, removing them from Bear Creek and other tributaries on the south side of the main stem.
  • Wikipedia: Rogue River (Oregon)
  • He also disposed of his family's German titles and styles, so Christian, Helena and their daughters simply became Prince and Princess Christian; Princess Helena Victoria and Marie Louise with no territorial designation.
  • Wikipedia: Princess Helena of the United Kingdom
  • He demanded immediate occupation of the Sudetenland, and that German territorial claims in Poland and Hungary be addressed.
  • Wikipedia: Neville Chamberlain
  • Holders of the rank immediately below, that of ordinary marquess, received a pension, but had no territorial rule.
  • Wikipedia: Han Dynasty
  • In 1874, Congress replaced the territorial government with an appointed three-member Board of Commissioners.
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  • In addition, the arrival in 1347 of the Black Death and its recurrent outbreaks further reduced the Empire's tax and recruitment base, curtailing its ability to reverse the Serbian territorial gains.
  • Wikipedia: Byzantine civil war of 1341–1347
  • In August 2007, Canada's territorial claims in the Arctic were challenged after a Russian underwater expedition to the North Pole; Canada has considered that area to be sovereign territory since 1925.
  • Wikipedia: Canada
  • In bouts of territorial defence the male will face off with the other male and the female with her counterpart.
  • Wikipedia: Antbird
  • Ine retained control of the Isle of Wight, and made further advances in Dumnonia, but the territorial gains Cædwalla had made in Sussex, Surrey and Kent were all lost by the end of Ine's reign.
  • Wikipedia: Ine of Wessex
  • Instead, they are typically territorial and will kill and cannibalize intruders of the same species, and will also do the same to smaller individuals that attempt to eat before they do when aggregated at feeding sites.
  • Wikipedia: Allosaurus
  • Isaurian reforms and, in particular, Constantine V's repopulation, public works and tax measures, marked the beginning of a revival that continued until 1204, despite territorial contraction.
  • Wikipedia: Byzantine Empire
  • It uses several methods to mark its territorial boundaries, including claw marks and deposits of urine or feces.
  • Wikipedia: Bobcat
  • Julio Álvarez del Vayo, the Spanish Minister of Foreign Affairs, appealed to the League in September 1936 for arms to defend Spain's territorial integrity and political independence.
  • Wikipedia: League of Nations
  • Long sequences of up to 60 consecutive notes may be delivered during singing encounters between rival territorial birds.
  • Wikipedia: Red-necked Grebe
  • Maguire retired as territorial chief justice, and this time Sifton accepted his brother's offer of the position.
  • Wikipedia: Arthur Sifton
  • Myers used the central dome and wing design found in the United States Capitol in his design and subsequently went on to design two other state capitol buildings, the statehouses of Colorado State Capitol and Texas State Capitol, as well as the former territorial capitol building of Idaho, the most by any architect.
  • Wikipedia: Michigan State Capitol