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Things robin often describes (“robin ________”)
fashion, tournament, scheduling, algorithm, letter, manner, reading, scheme, basis, approach, scheduler, tests, policy, format, schedule, redbreasts, testing, order, tournaments, test, dns, system, method, style, program, letters, technique, strategy, study, series, discipline, competition, design, redbreast, process, procedure, play, discussion, exercise, recording, data, story, balancing, sequence, listing, analysis, partitioning, mechanism, load, song, pattern, breasts, cycle, chats, schedules, experiments, game, incident, sharing, distribution, service, arbitration, session, matches, games, event, assignment, arbiter, selection, shot, polling, feature, allocation, list, database, algorithms, rotation, petition, exchange, protocol, pointer, evaluation, competitions, exercises, priority, correspondence, queue, sessions, stories, protest

Descriptive words:
round, little, poor, young, american, first, wake, old, ragged, virchow, sweet, red, bold, english, dear, male, golden, european, jolly, breasted, honest, dead, female, fat, pretty, merry, tame, fainting, eastern, famous, solitary, blue, familiar, sea, throated, brave, friendly, colored, swamp, wood, plump, gentle, starved, weighted, cheerful, stuffed, brown, eyed, harmless, magpie, canadian, hungry, league, faithful, capped, tiny, live, fledgling, lone, occasional, backed, saucy, bye


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See robin used in context: 32 rhymes, 18 Shakespeare works, 10 Mother Goose rhymes, several books and articles.

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