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Buz·zard

(bŭz'ărd),
Thomas, English physician, 1831-1919. See: Buzzard maneuver.

buzzard

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Buzzards sometimes hover in the manner of kestrels, although with considerably less aplomb, and I've seen a buzzard catch a blackbird in mid-air.
Buzzards are not our most frequent patients, and keeping them asleep correctly is fraught with possible complication.
The buzzard is likely to have picked up the virus after eating affected ducks.
uk A buzzard has been found dead from bird flu CHRIS WATT
Buzzard was active in post-college wrestling when Gable was finishing his high school career undefeated with three state titles.
The Buzzard UL has a single door and porch with additional end poles to increase internal head and foot space.
Finding a good indie-friendly post house that you can trust is never easy, but the filmmakers felt confident in bringing Buzzard Hollow Beef to AlphaDogs upon a trusted colleague's recommendation assuring them that the team at AlphaDogs would give the film the attention it deserved.
This is what Buzzard said he loves about Stand By Me Day, that three kids from different ends of the country can come together over a shared experience.
The Northumberland gamekeeper who took his case to the High Court was losing more than 10% of his gamebirds to buzzard attacks and NE had accepted this and also accepted that he had done all that was reasonable to try to dissuade the birds, yet still they refused him a control licence.
The North of England Raptor Forum said: "The buzzard is a native species which is only just recovering from decades of illegal persecution and deserves the continued full legal protection presently enjoyed by all of our birds of prey.
State police have charged a 26-year-old upstate man with trying to kill a turkey buzzard, which is a protected species in New York.