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cormorant

a sombre, mostly black, coastal bird that dives for its prey. There are many species. Called also shag, Phalacrocorax and Halietor spp.
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Jimenez-Uzcategui for Flightless Cormorant population information; and L.
The reason for this animosity is because anglers and cormorants have a common interest - fish.
Such statements are not promises or guarantees, and are subject to risks and uncertainties that could cause actual outcome to differ materially from those suggested by any such statements, including without limitation, unanticipated delays with respect to the testing, completing and producing from the Cormorant East Well.
Ground EM surveys (total of 11 line kilometres) have commenced examining the southern extension of the Cormorant trend along with a number of new regional targets near the faulted eastern margin of the Mt Isa Block.
The WCS team has tracked more than 400 cormorants along the Patagonian Coast of Argentina using cutting edge technological tools such as multi-channel archival tags and high resolution GPS-loggers.
The Cormorant Trophy is named after the AW101 (formerly EH 101) Cormorant medium heavy-lift helicopter used as the Canadian Forces' primary search and rescue helicopter.
The team at Cormorant has embraced Dancing Cat Books and I'm delighted to find a home with a publisher whose reputation for high literary standards matches my own ambitions for this imprint.
In the nine short months since we purchased four operated platforms we have achieved a tremendous amount, including reactivating the dormant North Cormorant platform drilling rig to full working order and successfully drilling this significant producing well," stated Leo Koot, Taqa Bratani managing director.
Eyewitness Antonia Jennings, 18, said: "When we first saw the cormorant with the eel - it seemed like an unfair fight.
NEWHALEN Cormorant Wood winning the Champion Stakes in 1983 at a healthy price, 18- 1 from memory.
Nearly half of the entire West Coast population of double crested cormorant nested on East Sand Island last year.
Taqa, through its wholly-owned subsidiary Taqa Bratani Limited, has entered into the negotiations for the purchase of their equity interests in the Tern, Eider, Cormorant North, South Cormorant fields and related sub-sea satellite fields and infrastructure, situated in the Northern North Sea, reported Khaleej Times.