|NOUN || a white cockatoo | white cockatoos |
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- In the 1973 film "Serpico", Al Pacino's character had a pet white cockatoo and the television show "Baretta" saw Robert Blake's character with Fred the Triton cockatoo.
- He later co-founded the "White Cockatoo Performing Group" in conjunction with his lifelong music partner, songmaster Djoli Laiwonga.
- The genus was first described by Brisson in 1790, with the white cockatoo ("C. ...
- The suburb derives its name from the Arrernte tribe of Central Australia, previously known as "Arunta", which means 'White Cockatoo'.
- It means "Place of White Cockatoo" and is derived from the Yugambeh language.
- Mignon dedicated her seventh novel ("The White Cockatoo", 1933) to Nelle Richmond Eberhart and her collaborator, composer Charles Wakefield Cadman.
- The Fourth Crusade was also sealed between Holy Roman Emperor Frederick II and the Sultan of Babylon in 1229 with a gift of a white cockatoo.
- The Girai wurrung people had 21 clans, differing slightly in dialect, with a patriarchal hierarchy and a matrilineally based descent system based on the "gabadj" (Black Cockatoo) and "guragidj" (White Cockatoo) moieties.
- Butler's corella ("Cacatua pastinator butleri") is a medium-sized white cockatoo endemic to Western Australia.
- The Djargurd wurrung people had 12 clans under a matrilineal system with a descent system based on the Gabadj (black cockatoo) and Grugidj (white cockatoo) moieties.
- These groups were split between the (White Cockatoo) Manitjmat and (Australian Raven) Wardungmat moieties; children were born into the mother's moiety. Both groups are exogamous.
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