(1) The eight endangered species of birds are common scoter, hen harrier, grey partridge, corncrake, red-necked phalarope, nightjar, roseate tern and corn bunting.(2) In several drawings, the roseate forms reappear, sometimes in the corners, sometimes elsewhere, and in one or two, the emblematic Baselitz eagle, right side up and upside down.(3) Last week we alluded to Weimar Germany as the counter-example par excellence to refute this roseate view.(4) Behind them, on the island, glorious dark-pink roseate spoonbills roost in the dry trees; further on, flamingos delicately lift into the sky when the boatman claps his hands.(5) Overhead, gulls, brown pelicans, and roseate spoonbills wheel through the steamy air.(6) Some islands provide nesting habitat that is critical to the survival of the endangered roseate tern.(7) Melodramatic subtitle notwithstanding, Delano's portrait of Brook Farm is mostly roseate .(8) Man Singh I was the ruler who gave it the roseate hue.(9) Ram Island had been cleared of competing gulls some years ago to open up beach nesting habitat for the endangered roseate tern (Sterna dougallii dougallii), which then flocked to nest there.(10) In recent months Robert Smithson's monumental earthwork Spiral Jetty, built in 1970 in a shallow bay of roseate water in the northeast section of Utah's Great Salt Lake, has become landlocked.(11) We're beginning to see roseate spoonbills, reddish egrets, tricolored herons, more edge-dwellers who reach their northernmost ranges along the Gulf coast.(12) Naturally she has paid close attention to her immensely panniered sea-green dress and the long stomacher of roseate buckles which clasps the narrow span of her waist.(13) The roseate hue could symbolize the feminine and/or could evoke intimate or flushed skin.(14) It seems to me baseless utopianism to suppose they were once integrated in a roseate pre-capitalist past.(15) The MusÔö£┬«e d' Orsay has sent The Snake Charmer, my favourite Rousseau, in which a pitch-black silhouette of an Indian pipe-player, who is hung with snakes, tempts closer a pink approximation of a roseate spoonbill.(16) I think Justice Deane had a rather roseate view of the English past.