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Homer

A volunteer or employee of a non-profit organization who works primarily from home. The term is primarily used in the context of small Christian churches or ministries. See also: Telecommuting.
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Goal recognition and hippocampal formation in the homing pigeon (Columba livia).
Homing pigeons are thought by some to have magnetic particles in their beak which enables them to use the Earth's magnetic field, the stars and the position of the sun to determine their flight direction.
Keeping homing pigeons is a passion, it gets in your blood.
The homing pigeons will fly to White Dove Release at 1549 7th Avenue, Hacienda Heights, CA 91745.
Mike Walsh was the founding president of the Worcester Racing Pigeon Club and the Worcester Homing Pigeon Club in the 1930s.
HOMING pigeon show will take place on Tyneside this week.
A small group of homing pigeon enthusiasts from Belford were in a flap when Berwick Borough Council informed members they will have to pay pounds 150 for their hut from next year.
Pet 'moggies' have always been the sick, unwarranted, fair game for gung-ho gardeners and homing pigeon enthusiasts but now these obnoxious arms are becoming the tools of more sinister abuse and menace, including armed robbery.
HE'S a bird called Homer, but he's no homing pigeon - he's a homing blackbird.
IN this title role, Ewan McGregor is the voice of a pigeon who is on his way to join up to the Royal Homing Pigeon Service during World War Two.
A homing pigeon which flew off course during a race between France and Britain was found 3,000 miles away near Niagara Falls.