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What, wouldst thou have me turn pelican, and feed thee out of my own vitals? (Quote by - William Congreve)

By them there sat the loving pelican, Whose young ones, poison'd by the serpent's sting, With her own blood to life again doth bring. (Quote by - Michael Drayton)

Nature's prime favourites were the Pelicans; High-fed, long-lived, and sociable and free. (Quote by - James Montgomery)

The nursery of brooding Pelicans, The dormitory of their dead, had vanish'd, And all the minor spots of rock and verdue, The abodes of happy millions, were no more. (Quote by - James Montgomery)

A wonderful bird is the pelican His bill can hold more than his belican. He can take in his beak Food enough for a week; But I'm damned if I see how the helican. (Quote by - Dixon Lanier Merritt)

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