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Ea·gle

(ē'gĕl),
Harry, U.S. physician and cell biologist, 1905-1992. See: Eagle basal medium, Eagle minimum essential medium.

Ea·gle

(ē'gĕl),
Watt W., 20th-century U.S. otolaryngologist. See: Eagle syndrome.
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The 701-hectare protected geothermal reservation surrounding MAGP alone is home to 39 species of mammals and 165 species of birds, including the Philippine eagle.
Because of its intrinsic beauty, skill and courage, the eagle is a valued symbol of America and has long been venerated in many Tribal cultures throughout Indian Country, said John Tahsuda, Interior Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary Indian Affairs.
At present, Eagle operates the newest and single largest cement manufacturing plant in the Philippines.
The rescued Philippine eagle, while said to be in good condition, was brought to the Davao City-based Philippine Eagle Foundation Center on June 26 for further examination.
The remaining adult eagle was spotted Thursday feeding both eaglets, she said.
Agnico Eagle's head office is located at 145 King Street East, Suite 400, Toronto, Ontario, M5C 2Y7.
Philippine Eagle Pag-asa creates a bond with his surrogate partner Eddie Juntilla.
Short-toed eagles lay only one egg between April and June.
EAGLES could return to the skies of Wales for the first time in nearly 200 years.
After finalizing the design in Solid Edge and SolidWorks, Eagle moved the redesigned CAD files into MAGMASOFT, a solidification simulator designed for foundries.
Israeli photographer Asher Svidensky became the first to discover the girl in 2013 and published a series of jaw-dropping photos of the eagle huntress.
IIM began exploring Eagle's insurance accounting capabilities following the acquisition by Intact Financial Corporation of U.S.