(1) What is this, the first stop off the bus from cuckoo land?(2) The whole thing was cuckoo enough that it might be true.(3) Savage seems to be living in cloud cuckoo land in a couple of key respects.(4) But now I see why someone could go cuckoo over a koala.(5) Perhaps this explains that cuckoo '96 NBA offseason, which saw a handful of players land outrageous contracts.(6) Without mincing words, I am afraid he is living in cloud cuckoo land.(7) I remember him saying ├ö├ç├┐This guy's got this cuckoo magazine in New York City, you ought to check it out.├ö├ç├û(8) Any bad weather which came at the end of April or early May was dismissed as a mere cuckoo storm that would only last a day or two.(9) A chartered surveyor from Strathaven, in Lanarkshire, who owns a terraced property two doors along, said: ├ö├ç├┐Property prices in this place are just cuckoo .├ö├ç├û(10) Every year one of the topics commonly discussed here is who heard the first cuckoo of the season.(11) If you honestly believe that had he been the prime minister, Britain would not have aided our closest ally the US in Iraq then I'm sorry, you're living in cuckoo land.(12) But it would be a mistake to dismiss them as just cuckoo .(13) The cuckoo , a bird we are both enchanted with, is one we are quite sure we've never seen.(14) The pheasant cuckoo is a bird that took Stauffer and me a succession of trips to locate.(15) It is an important wintering ground for European migratory birds such as the white stork, the lesser kestrel, the Eurasian golden oriole, the Eurasian cuckoo and other wading birds.(16) She was probably listening to her iPod and drifted off to cuckoo land again.