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Falconer

prison where former professor Farragut, who had killed his brother, witnesses the torments and chaos of the penal system. [Am. Lit.: Cheever Falconer in Weiss, 151]
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For numerous reasons a fair number of youngsters are found, rescued and brought into captivity each year and the majority of these are cared for and ultimately released by falconers. This is done under licence and is a longstanding commitment many falconers make to the health of our wild raptor populations without payment or desire for publicity.
Critique: Another deftly written action/adventure fantasy novel by an author who is a master of the genre, "The Falconer" is the second volume in Darcy Pattison's 'A Heartland Tale' series.
The Victorian heritage of the museum, as well as the story of the Falconer brothers, are critically examined and translated into a new context.
Court papers allege that Falconer, 18, committed the offence at her home in Morven Drive, Linwood, between December 29 last year and January 9 this year.
Chris O'Donnell, chief falconer at Warwick Castle, said: "The Falconer's Quest is a wonderful showcase of the personalities and skills of some of the world's most loved birds.
Commenting on the Falconer news, Dwyfor Meirionnydd MP Liz Saville Roberts and local Cllr Gareth Thomas (Penrhyndeudraeth) said: "This news has just broken, so it is too early to understand the nature of the problems apparent at Falconer Electricals, but clearly it is important to concentrate on the local employees affected by this news, who will be understandably worried for their future.
WILLIE FALCONER played with the Gothenburg Greats at Aberdeen and Paul McStay and John Collins at Celtic - but reckons Claudio Caniggia topped the lot.
Challenge pairs -Willie Nicol and Manny Cruz, runners-up - Ian Forsyth and Drew Laird; Club pairs - Jimmy Robertson and Jimmy Gilmour, runners-UPWILLIE Nicol and Graham Farquhar; two-bowl pairs - Falconer Mitchell and Hugh Letford, runners-up Jimmy Gilmour and Pat Neilson.
John Falconer, pictured, repeatedly preyed on his victims during a two-year campaign of abuse.
Salford Royal obstetrician gynaecologist, Dr Gordon Falconer, was today described as the 'kindest man you could ever wish to meet' He was highly regarded among his colleagues and patients.
THE Celtic Arms at Northop Country Park, near Mold, has been sold in an off-market deal to Paddock Inns, by the pub operator Woodward & Falconer.