Canary may refer to:
- Atlantic Canary (Serinus canaria), a small wild bird
- Domestic Canary, a small pet or aviary bird, also responsible for the "canary yellow" color term
- Canary (film), a 2009 independent film
- Canary (anime)
- The Canary (short story), a 1923 short story by Katherine Mansfield
- The Canary (magazine), a literary magazine
- Canary, County Armagh, see List of townlands in County Armagh
- The Canaries, players for or supporters of Norwich City F.C.
- Canary, a game by Nitrome Limited
- Kedah FA, a Malaysian professional football association team nicknamed "the Canaries"
Other articles related to "canary":
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... is an antiquated wine term referring to white fortified wine imported from mainland Spain or the Canary Islands ... There was sack of different origins such as Canary sack from the Canary Islands, Malaga sack from Málaga, Palm sack from Palma de Mallorca, and Sherris sack from Jerez de la ...
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... for the show's 25th anniversary playing Steve as a ghost) and David Canary from 1981 to 1983 ... the six-year gap between Reinholt and Canary, Steve was presumed dead in a helicopter crash in Australia ... When David Canary assumed the role, it was explained that Steve had plastic surgery on his face but had amnesia all those years until he returned to Bay City (the ...
Famous quotes containing the word canary:
“Cruelty is a mystery, and the waste of pain. But if we describe a word to compass these things, a world that is a long, brute game, then we bump against another mystery: the inrush of power and delight, the canary that sings on the skull.”
—Annie Dillard (b. 1945)