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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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To bolster the validity of this study, we employ a predictive model that takes into account and controls for the effects of participants' hawkishness, socioeconomic status, and education level.
As US data, from housing to payrolls, ISM to auto sales, strengthened, the Mexican peso soared against the dollar, its rise amplified by $109 Brent, Volatility Index at 12 - 14 and anti-inflation hawkishness from Banco de Mexico governor Carstens.
In Romney's case, there is a disturbing mix of neo-conservative hawkishness and militaristic US supremacy with Mormonism's narrative of divinely ordained American exceptionalism.
And to attribute Netanyahu's obstinance regarding the Palestinians and, to a lesser extent, his hawkishness regarding Iran (not as large a commitment of Benzion's, but stemming from the same eschatological fear of murderous anti-Semitism) would be to deny the leader of Israel agency and absolve him responsibility.
Hu Xijin's hawkishness was reportedly shaped by the bombing of the Chinese embassy in Yugoslavia in 1999 by US and NATO forces.
Such ideas have been associated with hawkishness (Russett, 1990), tribal patriotism (Falk, 2003: 226), or nationalism (Lieven, 2004); they relate closely to chauvinism, imply belligerence, and assist aggressive war ideologically.
The RBI's hawkishness, which saw it raise rates by an unexpectedly steep 50 basis points in July, makes it an outlier as other central banks turn dovish on the back of a festering global crisis.
Either, I'm missing something or the ECB's hawkishness is misplaced and increasing rates is just distracting the currency market from much more major sovereign debt issues.
As such, recent developments in geopolitics add to our view that central banks' hawkishness is likely to be reflected more in the IRS market, resulting in bond outperformance.
Some OPEC members might start to question the hawkishness on oil prices illustrated over recent months," he added.
The new openness to hawkishness among the commentariat appears to have been sparked by remarks made at a conference July 6 by Yousef Al-Otaiba, the UAE ambassador to the United States, who agreed that an attack on Iran would cause riots and disorder in many parts of the Islamic world.
62) Other reports suggest confusion at the apparent Australian hawkishness in relation to China.