Pedro


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Pedro

A Blackhawk rescue helicopter deployed by the US Air Force which carries two miniguns (7.62 mm, six-barrelled machine gun that can fire 2,000 to 6,000 rounds per minute) and pararescue medics (”PJs”).
Pedro refers to both the military rescue service and the helicopter itself.
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In ten days, Don Pedro, to whom I had given some account of my domestic affairs, put it upon me, as a matter of honour and conscience, "that I ought to return to my native country, and live at home with my wife and children.
Don Pedro accompanied me to the ship, and lent me twenty pounds.
For although, since my unfortunate exile from the HOUYHNHNM country, I had compelled myself to tolerate the sight of YAHOOS, and to converse with Don Pedro de Mendez, yet my memory and imagination were perpetually filled with the virtues and ideas of those exalted HOUYHNHNMS.
Yellow Handkerchief approached me, and, pointing out his village on the Point Pedro beach, gave me to understand that if I turned the Reindeer in that direction and put them ashore, they, in turn, would go to bailing.
But from off the Point Pedro shore I saw a dark line form on the water and travel toward us.
To him it was so much good time wasted that might be employed at a game of Pedro, or going swimming, or wrestling in the sand.
After feeding the chickens and gathering the eggs at home that evening, Pedro took off his shoes and rushed down to the beach near his house.
The San Pedro project is located in the El Callao mining district of Venezuela.
Replacing the thousands of dirty diesel trucks that call at our ports on a daily basis is a major component of the San Pedro Bay Ports Clean Air Action Plan," said Geraldine Knatz, Ph.
Every year, 63-year-old Stockton grandad Pedro works to promote the campaign - and there is no better example of how a transplant can transform someone's life.
San Pedro resident John Pirrone stopped by to leave a memento Sunday.
While the film's sexually explicit scenes--including two filmed at real-life cruising zones at a sauna and under a bridge--briefly gave Garcia-Perez pause, he feels they were ultimately critical in depicting "the mixture of how Pedro tried to be with a child and care for him, and his normal life, his sexual life.