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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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What's more, instead of a checkered frontstrap, the Raptor is embellished with the same scale/feather-like cuts as are found in place of slide cocking serrations.
The raptors also have a covering of downy feathers on their wings that help muffle the sound of their movements.
Product profiles for late stage and clinical stage products of Raptor Pharmaceuticals Corp.
Optyx with Raptor uses a combination of colour cameras and laser technology to inspect the fruit and automatically remove defects and foreign material based on colour, size, shape, and the objects' optical properties.
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.
Teddy Lardos, CEO of Raptor Trading Systems, said: "Working with leading brokers and exchanges in the region provides an excellent opportunity for firms to access global liquidity in an efficient and cost effective manner.
Mated to an all-new Ford-built 10-speed transmission and exclusive transfer case and managed by a six-mode Terrain Management System the 2017 F-150 Raptor makes good on its promise to deliver an exhilarating off-road performance truck and even more bragging rights with a base MSRP less than $50,000.
Optyx 6000 Raptor can sort fresh, frozen and dried fruits and vegetables, including frozen potato products, tree nuts, raisins and other food products at production rates of up to 40,000 pounds (~18 metric tons) per hour, depending on the application.
Final assembly and initial flight testing of the Raptor occurs at the Marietta site.
LAS VEGAS -- Eton Corporation, a leading emergency preparedness company and creator of green-powered electronics, announces the Raptor at CES 2011.