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talon

1. a sharply hooked claw, esp of a bird of prey
2. Cards the pile of cards left after the deal
3. Architect another name for ogee

talon

[′tal·ən]
(vertebrate zoology)
A sharply hooked claw on the foot of a bird of prey.
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In early November, Ichor has entered into a stock purchase agreement for the acquisition of Talon for USD 130m, subject to customary adjustments.
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The Talon 2000 has built-in data logging capability to record fusion joint data that syncs with McElroy's Datalogger Vault for storage and analysis in the cloud.
Since opening its doors in June 2013, Talon NDT has seen an ever-increasing surge in bookings due to the location and accessibility of its Blackpool-based training centre.
NRL researchers note another benefit of the TALON system: key components of the system were developed fully under government funding.
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The cusp extended from cingulum to 3/4th of the crown length and has a talon like appearance.