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Old Wednesday 28th May 2008, 11:55   #1
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Post Rare birds set to make comeback (BBC News)

Two pairs of rare bitterns are believed to be nesting at a Suffolk nature reserve.

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"...set to make a comeback".

It makes them sound like faded Hollywood stars trying to resurrect their careers.

One of them isn't called Gloria Swanson by any chance?
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