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flying fox

includes gray-headed flying fox; see chiroptera.
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Sadly Alfred began to suffer badly from asthma and did not have the strength to continue with his flying machine and Coventry's first successful man- powered flying machine, like the Flying Fox, disappeared into the mist of time.
Barminco has won a $190 million extension to its underground mining contract at Western Areas~ Spotted Quoll and Flying Fox nickel mines.
Flying Fox made the 1st Duke of Westminster the only owner or breeder to have two colts who won the Triple Crown, and John Porter the only trainer to have three of them.
The Forrestania Project also includes the Flying Fox, McMahons and Lounge Lizard gold deposits on tenement M77/545.
Circaroma's aroma therapy bath and body range; Marks & Spencer's Tranquil range, including body cream with edelweiss and lavender, pounds 7; Lush's Flying Fox shower gel
It estimates that the high-grade Flying Fox and New Morning resources total 427,000 tonnes at 5.
Westminster's second Triple Crown winner was Orme's best son, Flying Fox, the product of an adventurous mating that featured the fiery Galopin close up in both halves.
certifiedscribe tweeted: "Bear Grylls does his leg of the Olympic Torch relay on a flying fox, of course.
Western Areas NL (ASX:WSA) announced an update of the Mineral Resource at Flying Fox nickel mine, the first mine to be developed at its Forrestania project in Western Australia and is one of the highest grade nickel mines in the world.
Younger children will receive a scary bag with a treasure trove of spooky goodies, while prizes can be won at a variety of the ghoulish games including the Dark Dungeon, the Flying Fox, the Guillotine, the Unlucky Dip, Beat the Ghoulie, Name the Witch the Graveyard Hunt and the Name the Black Cat Contest.
Additionally, experience with HeV in Australian flying fox populations suggests that where susceptible flying fox species share communal roosts, evidence of infection is seen in in-contact species (8).