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raptor

1. another name for bird of prey
2. Informal a carnivorous bipedal dinosaur of the late Cretaceous period
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The 20-piece Raptor model complements Revell s successful 2015 Ford Mustang promotional model kit jointly distributed with Ford at last year s North American International Auto Show.
Researchers will save themselves hours of difficulty in field ID of raptors by following Clark's insider tips in Chapter 2 (Raptor Identification, Ageing, and Sexing) on selecting the most accurate bird and raptor guides, avoiding common (and plentiful) pitfalls specific to raptor ID and using a camera as an aid for identifying difficult species.
1998) found several raptor species that avoid areas with as little as 5-7% urbanization.
Featuring a 48-inch wide scan area, one Optyx 6000 with Raptor inspects up to nine tonnes of Mariani's dried plums per hour.
The raptors that lived near T rex were the size of big poodles.
The first combat-ready Raptors are flying with the 27th Fighter Squadron of the 1st Fighter Wing here.
In Edwards' Integrated Facility for Avionics Systems Test, Reilly sat in the Raptor simulator to perform a takeoff, a loop, some aileron rolls, and high-speed flight.
The raptors also have a covering of downy feathers on their wings that help muffle the sound of their movements.
Review of current pipeline of Raptor Pharmaceuticals Corp.
chief medical officer of Raptor, said, "The results from our phase 2b trial are consistent with previous clinical findings from Dr.
which entered into a definitive merger agreement with Raptor in July 2009, will also hold its 2009 annual meeting of stockholders on September 28, 2009.
Air Force to continue making F/A-22 Raptor aircraft through November 2007.