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pelican

large aquatic piscivorous birds with large bills and commodious sub-bill pouches, and white or gray plumage. Belong to the genus Pelecanus in the family Pelecanidae.
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Headquartered in Santa Clara and founded in 2008, Pelican Imaging has developed depth-sensing array technology to capture 3D images and video from mobile devices.
During those years of high-intensity use and abuse and those proceeding, I have never seen a latch, wheel or handle of a Pelican case break.
0, or protecting the propellers of a CC-130 during transit, Pelican engineers can design anything from simple foam cushions to complex metal structures to ensure all customer requirements are met.
Biologists first discovered extinct pelican spiders in fossils before realizing the family still lives (in Madagascar, South Africa and Australia).
Pelican Case and Light is a subsidiary of Crownhill Packaging Ltd, a privately held firm located in Brampton, Ontario.
Sharnelle Fee, director of state department's Wildlife Center of the North Coast, said she has treated pelicans who have eaten hot dogs, doughnuts, potato chips and even chicken bones.
Four pelicans sit atop a light pole at the sleepy Goose Island State Park campground, scanning the water for the silvery flicker of fish jumping from St.
While she can see oil-covered pelican chicks on Bird Island from afar, rescuers will only approach if such birds are isolated.
Pelican Pell leaves his home in a storm and flies to a bay which looks as if it should be a safe haven.
Here's the brown pelican brief: Use of the pesticide DDT in the 1950s and '60s caused the birds' numbers to decline dramatically, leading to its listing as an endangered species.
Boon Rawd Trading International announced today that it has appointed Pelican Brands as the exclusive brand manager for Singha Beer in the U.