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falcon

a bird of prey. See falco.
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Through its wholly-owned subsidiaries and affiliated companies, Houston-based Falcon Gas Storage Company is one of the largest independently owned developers and operators of high-deliverability, multi-cycle (HDMC) natural gas storage capacity in the United States.
The company's first business jet, the Falcon 20, entered commercial service 'Down Under' in 1967, barely two years after its service introduction in the United States.
Falconers donate their birds to the Abu Dhabi Falcon Hospital, which fully examines the falcons to ensure that they are free of any kind of parasitic, bacterial and viral diseases.
I have a little bit of empathy for the sea gull but I've got to root for the falcon.
We are extremely pleased with the excellent results we've achieved with Fair Isaac's Falcon technology as a key part of our fraud management program," said Gaston Huerta, Director of Fraud Prevention at BBVA Bancomer.
The reputation of the Falcon line for unsurpassed flexibility, operating economy and technological excellence has enabled the company to capture 40% of the region's large cabin long range market.
But it is the falcon, with its speed, agility and fierce beauty in flight, that grips Guenther.
Falcon is a competitive local-exchange carrier (CLEC) that is unique in its ability to sell any combination of Internet service, traditional phone service, voice over-IP service, cable television, wireless networks and FTTH networking services.
Establishing this subsidiary is key to doing business in China and making sure Falcon customers have the best possible resources.
This Falcon 900LX, which will initially serve as a demonstration aircraft, is scheduled to be handed over in early summer 2013.
In March 2012, the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) granted a Part 145 Approved Maintenance Organization (AMO) certificate for the facility as well as a Part 145 approval for the Falcon 7X.
The Atlanta Falcons running back's season ended Tuesday with him wedged into an MRI tube to reveal that Anderson tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee in Monday night's 24-7 loss at Dallas.