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Eagle

A gold coin minted in the United States between 1795 and 1933. It was worth $10.
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Little is known about factors affecting prey use by Harpy Eagles during nesting, and only limited data are available (summarized by Schulenberg 2009).
WILD TIMES: A look at the harpy eagle in Steve Leonard's Ultimate Killers (BBC 1, 8.
6) A harpy eagle strikes a profile pose at the raptor enclosure.
Marvel at flying snakes, the rare woolly opossum, the slow-moving sloth and the giant harpy eagle.
Contract awarded for Manufacture Of Inflatable Chicho Difraces Muleto, Harpy Eagle And Globe Conventional To Be Used For Environmental Activities In Promoting The Ministry Of Environment.
Maybe the most prized bird so far was a harpy eagle, which I saw on a nest in South America before the end of January," Strycker wrote in his email.
The need to suppress hostile air defences in its hostile locale encouraged Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) to develop the Harpy loitering munition.
David Redvers, racing manager to Qatar Bloodstock, owner of Harpy, Letters Of Note, Likely, Stroll Patrol and Terror Stroll Patrol has done as well as you could have hoped any filly might do over the winter and is pleasing Johnny [Murtagh].
A shadowy group calling itself the Sons of the Harpy will unleash terror in "Game of Thrones" Season 5.
The Harpy Eagle (Harpia harpyja) once ranged from southern Mexico to northern Argentina (Vargas et al.
Waltz is obnoxious as the corporate lawyer, who is rude to his hosts by taking urgent calls on his mobile phone, while Winslet degenerates from peacemaker into cackling harpy.
Yale Archeology Professor Harpy Weiss described destroying the cemetery as a "historical and cultural disaster," while another Israeli archeologist said a group of international archeologists is pressuring the American financers of the museum after Israeli courts approved the construction plan.