Birds (that fly): pássaro(s) / ave(s)
Ave is a latin word.
Aves (it's Latin, so the singular is not ave, but rather avis) is the class for birds. As horses are not birds, the answer is no. Horses are mammals in class Mammalia.
No fish ave wings - even the flying fish do not have wings. However rays ans skates have a body shape were parts are called wings and these come in pairs.
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The address of the American Wings Air Museum is: 9 7Th Ave N, Hopkins, MN 55374-8752
Aviary is a word derived from the Latin root Ave meaning bird.
cos if pepul cant ave kidz nomaly dey can ave dem usin IVF treatment. 4 example pepul who ave lazy sperm can ave it cos it means der sperm don't ave 2 swim cos sum scientist guy puts da sperm in da egg
Center of radiator at the bottom and right in front. cant miss it
Aves is a class of the phylum chordata. This class contains all the birds in the animal kingdom. They are a part of the sub phylum vertebrata.
The Missouri Ave that runs East-West is approximately 1 mile from Maryland Ave (it is due south). They are parallel to each other, so the distance should not change much from one side of Phoenix to the other. There is, however, a Missouri Ave that runs North-South (just west of 7th Ave and south of Bethany Home Rd.), so if you are walking from that one, It is approximately 3/4 of a mile between N. Missouri Ave and W. Maryland Ave.