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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 2019 Clackmannanshire success story comes as 2018 Scottish Raptor Monitoring Scheme (SRMS) statistics were published last week.
In a wise move, Ford chose to launch the Raptor at Essaouira on Morocco's Altantic coast.
"As you can see, we've caught Raptors fever," announced Reineke to the audience after putting on a bright red Raptors jersey.
Its dampers have been used on the Raptor, endowing it with huge amounts of shock absorption - ideal for intense off-road environments.
e Raptor is about o -road performance, not the rock crawling ability of a Jeep Wrangler or crossing a eld in the luxury of a Mercedes X-Class, but charging through terrain at speed as though you are being chased down by Stephane Peterhansel on the Dakar.
The Texas launch site is currently home to the stainless steel Starship prototype so the presence of the Raptor could mean that the space agency might be in the advanced stages of completing SpaceX's rocket to the moon.
Ford created the high-performance off-road truck segment with the first-generation F-150 Raptor almost a decade ago, and the 2018 truck continues that legacy the most advanced powertrain, transfer case and suspension ever.
When customers started to ask for a car they could use his highperformance powertrains in, he came up with the Raptor.
Given its single basin focus, BCP Raptor would be subject to event risk should there be some disruption in Permian region production.
A cutting-edge synthesis of over two decades of scientific research, "Urban Raptors: Ecology and Conservation of Birds of Prey in Cities" is the such study to offer a complete overview of urban ecosystems in the context of bird-of-prey ecology and conservation.
The model features class-exclusive, electronically controlled FOX shocks, new Trail Control and all-new Recaro sport seats, Raptor's Terrain Management System and Live Valve suspension technology.
The Raptor coupling utilizes patented WingLock technology, an optimized elastomeric element designed to provide longer driven equipment life and increased reliability.