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hawk

bird of prey in the subfamily Accipitridae. Includes genera of Accipiter (goshawk and European sparrowhawk). The unrelated American sparrowhawk (Falco sparverius) is a member of the falcon family.
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While Hawker has many options for addressing their staffing needs, they have repeatedly chosen to partner with ECF - a decision that demonstrates their commitment to do well by doing good," says Dr.
Those who favour "preserving the taste of Penang hawker food" need to keep this characteristic of volubility in mind, as hawker food evolves with changing tastes and environmental and economic considerations.
The hawkers take advantage of the city's congested roads to sell a wide range of household items to motorists stuck in the traffick jam.
She said Hawker had caused "immense fear and anxiety.
This is an extreme case of public rage where the hawker was murdered in broad daylight over prices of pumpkin, which the hawker was selling and Pal believed it was overpriced," said the district superintendent of police.
Captain Hawker said: "Liverpool is a very special port to arrive at, seeing the old Pier Head buildings and the cathedral in the distance.
Based on information provided by the seller, proved net recoverable reserves are estimated by Hawker to be 3.
But if you replace it with a Hawker, the other three batteries have to be Hawkers, too.
In addition to the region s current Hawker 800 series base, NetJets will initially operate two Hawker 800 aircraft as it introduces its retail charter business.
Ichihashi admitted killing Ms Hawker to silence her as she screamed for help while he raped her.
He murdered Miss Hawker, 22, in March 2007, but avoided capture until October 2009.
On the pavements of the capital, Port-Louis, you will still find Africans, Indians, Chinese, Comorans and Malagasy hawkers selling a variety of home-made products like mats, bed sheets, chains, jewellery or other typical goods brought from their countries.