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falcon

a bird of prey. See falco.
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A team from the Abu Dhabi Falcon Hospital in May released 117 wild falcons in Kazakhstan.
It produces the Rafale fighter jet as well as the complete line of Falcons.
The Falcon Souq sells falcons as well as hoods for the falcons and materials used in training and keeping them.
Dassault will bring its in depth Falcon know-how and experience, rapidly expanding the capabilities of Shanghai Hawker Pacific as dozens of new Falcons enter the Chinese market.
Nothing would dislodge them - until Joe Suffredini unleashed his fleeting falcons.
The Falcons are confident they will be able to announce the capture of Burke later this week, but The Journal understands Andrew will unveil US Eagles second row Luke Gross today.
He borrowed pet falcons from falconers and successfully bred 20 birds within three years, releasing grown birds into the wild.
All that changed when two wandering peregrine falcons flew to Ottawa, the capital of Canada.
The two peregrine falcons - dubbed "George and Gracie" - are currently caring for four eggs, which are expected to hatch in April.
Summary: This month, 66 falcons will be flown to Kazakhstan to be released back into the wild by Falcon Hospital Abu Dhabi (FHAD).
Minutes before his go-ahead touchdown - it gave the Apaches (5-5, 4-1) a share of the title with Crescenta Valley (5-5, 4-1) and Muir - Arcadia's defense held the Falcons scoreless on four plays inside its 10-yard line.
SAN FRANCISCO -- StubHub, the leading open marketplace dedicated to tickets, has signed a multi-year sponsorship deal with the National Football League's Atlanta Falcons to become the team's exclusive secondary ticketing partner, expanding the company's growing stable of professional sports partners.