Buzzard


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Buz·zard

(bŭz'ărd),
Thomas, English physician, 1831-1919. See: Buzzard maneuver.
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It was a strange sight had there been anything but the buzzards to see it.
On the ledge of rock above this strange couple there stood three solemn buzzards, who, at the sight of the new comers uttered raucous screams of disappointment and flapped sullenly away.
I respectfully beg to thank you, sir, for overlooking the case of the stuffed buzzard, and the other case of the Cupid's wing--as also for permitting me to wash my hands of all responsibility in respect of the pins on the carpet, and the litter in Mr.
I fully anticipated a demand for certain new concessions, following the precedent already established in the cases of the stuffed buzzard, and the Cupid's wing.
at your time of day to be shooting at hawks and buzzards, with eighteen open mouths to feed.
Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard and, left, music fans enjoy Ponty's Big Weekend PICTURES: JONATHAN MYERS
Set across two stages and catered for the indie-pop enthusiast, Shimmer Sounds' line-up boasts headliners Temples along with The Blinders and Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard.
The full line-up: | Teeth of the Sea | Gum Takes Tooth | Housewives | Helicon | The Dream Machine All-Stars | URF | Buzzard, Buzzard, Buzzard | Video Nasties | RongoRongo | LONESAW | Aimee Steven | Ana Mae | Douglas Savage | SPILT | Yammerer | STORES | The Gear | LO FIVE | Baron Farg | Bye Louis | Foxen Cyn | Karaoke Dungeon There will also be a range of DJ sets, including a selection from acclaimed Bristol record label Rocket Recordings and the Kazimier's own KRUKTHRUST.
The children freed three woodpigeons while members of the service released four birds of prey -- two marsh harriers, a honey buzzard, and a common buzzard.
John Lapworth, from Shepshed, photographed a buzzard. He said: "It has to be said this Buzzard was very accommodating in choosing to perch where it did - or maybe it was just a bit of a poser - profile shot for the photographer!" Brian Clarke sent in a picture featuring a splash of colour in Main Street, East Leake.
But joining the corvids at this alternative dining table were a red kite and a buzzard. The kite, in particular, provided us with a masterful display of flying, swooping to pick up this newly found source of food on what seemed to be voluminous wings.