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eaglet

a young eagle
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Lisa is also an assistant recruiting officer on HMS Eaglet, the RNR base in Liverpool.
But we are making history at HMS Eaglet because my second in command is also a woman, Lieutenant Ann Mason and t hat is a first in the history of the Reserves.
Mr Webb, aged 39, founded Eaglet in 1993 and heads the team that has been running it for the present manager, American-controlled Granville Baird.
org) puppet-feeds a bald eaglet hatchling to avoid human-imprinting and prepare it for the wild.
Eaglet specialises in holding a big chunk of shares in smaller companies and had done well.
Also pictured are merchant seamen attending a DEMS gunner training course at Eaglet at Salthouse Dock, Liverpool.
Wyko chairman Mr Phil White and Apollo's straight-talking boss and namesake, Mr Derek Webb, are others that spring to the Eaglet man's mind.
Even the backing of Blockleys big institutional investor, the Eaglet Investment Trust, failed to win the day for Natural Building Materials, which looked a sure bet, entering the fray with a 40 per cent-plus stake in Blockleys already behind its bid.
The welcomed surprise and discovery was made by two different photographers, one in Pennsylvania and one in New York, who recently captured photos of an eaglet named 'Sergeant.
JUST to clear up a misunderstanding, I've been asked to clarify the Liverpool weekend reunion previously headed "Ex-Eaglets" should really be for "Ex-HMS Eagle shipmates", as some people thought the reunion was for the HMS Eaglet unit down at Brunswick Dock, rather than for the former aircraft carrier crew.
Mr Peter Webb, who runs the company's largest shareholder, the Eaglet Investment Trust, said Tomkinsons was an attractive target.
He called at HMS Eaglet, the Royal Navy Reserve training centre at Brunswick Dock, at 4.