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flight feather

[′flīt ‚feth·ər]
(vertebrate zoology)
Any of the long contour feathers on the wing of a bird. Also known as remex.
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And Remige said accountability issues remain a problem.
Drafting goes on pretty much on a daily bases,'' said Remige, also the union's board member.
After they are hired, deputies spend an average of five to eight years working in the jails before getting a patrol job at a sheriff's station, Remige said.
The biggest problem is that just about every law enforcement agency in Southern California is having some type of recruitment drive currently,'' Remige said.
We believe it's unfortunate that it was voted down by a narrow margin and membership didn't take the time to assess the true value of the contract between the pay raise and one-time cash payment that would have resulted in an additional maximum of $4,300 in income for the 2005 calendar year,'' Remige said.
We do get a lot of injuries in this job,'' Remige said.
Remige said ALADS never condoned or orchestrated the sickouts.
The mass was broad based and invasive, extending deep to the ulna and involving the insertion of the secondary remiges.
De la mi-juillet jusqu'au mois de septembre, de 10000 a 30000 hareldes kakawis (Clangula hyemalis) se servent des systemes de lagunes du centre de la mer de Beaufort pour la mue de leurs remiges.
An adult Ancient Murrelet beached in September 1976 (Alaska Peninsula) and a probable second-year murrelet beached in July 1987 (Oregon) were synchronously molting remiges.
The family usually inhabits the ventral and dorsal portions of remiges and rectrices, which are easy-to-sample microhabitats for those examining birds (Proctor, 2003).
Ltd, a fully-fledged oncology pharmaceutical firm announced that it would be injecting in Remiges BioPharma Fund (Remiges Fund), a newly formed biotech venture capital fund.