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Falco

a genus of the family Falconidae (birds of prey). Includes F. biarmicus—lanner falcon, F. columbaris—kestrel, pigeon hawk or merlin, F. mexicanus—prairie falcon, F. peregrinus—peregrine falcon, F. rusticolus—gyrfalcon, F. sparverius—American kestrel, F. tinnunculus—Old World kestrel.
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Falco and his team rank among the top groups in the country when it comes to offering spinal cord stimulation and other neuromodulation techniques for treating chronic pain.
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A suite of Leonardos latest generation sensors can be fitted to the Falco and Falco EVO, including radar options such as the Gabbiano 20 multi-mode surveillance radar, the PicoSAR AESA (E-Scan) radar or the newly launched Osprey multi-mode AESA radar.
In the report, it is noted that Falco in November 2017 signed a two-year contract with Univision, keeping him in place until January 2020.
As the Falco continues to evolve, the latest addition to the family, called the Falco Evo, is already proving to be a success, having been selected by two customers in the Middle East and Gulf region.
Skillings will assume oversight of the client outreach efforts previously coordinated by Falco.
Leyenda: Tamara Falco esta ayudando a organizaria boda de su hermana Ana y Fernando Verdasco,que se celebrara en Bahamas el 8 de diciembre.
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Falco is in the market for a new TV series now that she's wrapped her seven-season run on Showtime's "Nurse Jackie," which airs its series finale June 28.
Falco says addiction is hardest for loved ones who are forced to watch their friend or family member struggle.
Falco nicely moderated his band's nifty brass blare so as not to overwhelm the singers, and Halliday occasionally lessened the impressive power of his singers so that soprano Monica Hatch, in howling fine voice and dazzling gown, could vocally shimmer and riff above them (and the band) in the immense crescendos of Todd's score.