Corvus


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Corvus

a genus of large, perching birds of the family Corvidae which includes jays, magpies, crows. They are omnivorous and may act as physical carriers of contagious disease because they will on occasion eat carrion.
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The house crow (Corvus splendens Vieillot, 1817) belongs to the genus Corvus, of the family Corvidae with 25 genera (Haring et al.
Corvus technology powers more than 50 commercial hybrid and electric maritime installations around the world, with an installed-base totaling over 30 megawatt-hours.
Corvus is looking to develop CPI-444 for immuno-oncology, with clinical studies expected in 2016.
Anting is prevalent among the Corvidae, particularly the genus Corvus.
We have three airlines that have autonomous, independent souls with individual relationships with the FAA, so we deal with a group of inspectors for each of Hageland and Frontier and a group of inspectors for Corvus.
Andrew Butterfield, managing director at Corvus said: "This is a great opportunity for us and we are delighted to have won work on such a large-scale development.
Harington) and Browning) The frequently creaking script weaves together the lives and fates of Milo, Cassia, Corvus and Attiticus via too many badly-edited sword fights.
Except Milo, who must rescue Cassia, get revenge on Corvus and avoid being turned into ash with everyone else.
These results coincide with those obtained in Spain at Hoya de Guadix [20] where the diets of the common raven, the carrion crow Corvus corone and magpie Pica pica include a large proportion of plant material, reaching 81% for the magpie, and included the same groups as in our case (Hordeum and Triticum species).
Corvus J has also sustained serious damage, but is not in danger of sinking.
The Baltic Ace, sailing under a Bahamas flag, was heading from the Belgian port of Zeebrugge to Kotka in Finland, and the Cyprus-registered Corvus J was on its way from Grangemouth, Scotland to Antwerp, the report added.
The 148-meter (485-foot) Baltic Ace collided with the 134-meter (440-foot) container ship Corvus J in darkness near busy shipping lanes some 65 kilometres (40 miles) off the coast of the southern Netherlands.