1.(Zool.) A south American carrion buzzard (Milvago chimango). See Caracara.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The Carranchas, together with the Chimango, constantly attend in numbers the estancias and slaughtering-houses.
They attempt, also, together with the Chimango, to pick off the scabs from the sore backs of horses and mules.
The Polyborus Chimango is considerably smaller than the last species.
Differently from the Polyborus Brasiliensis and Chimango, it has found its way to the Falkland Islands.
Principals caracteres da osteologia craniana de Milvago chimango (Vieillot, 1816) e Milvago chimachima (Vieillot, 1816) (Aves: Falconidae).
Kurodaia fulvofasciata sensu lato en el chimango (Phalcoboenus chimango (Vieillot, 1816)) de Paraguay y en el elanio plomizo (Ictiniaplumbea Gmelin, 1788) de Brasil (Price & Beer 1963a, Tendeiro 1990).
(10.) Seljeskog L, Sundby J and Chimango J, Factors influencing women's choice of place of delivery in rural Malawi--an explorative study, African Journal of Reproductive Health, 2006, 10(3):66-75.
Le contingent des joueurs evoluant a l'etranger est compose du capitaine Joesphy Kamwendo (RD Congo), Robert Ng'ambi, Harry Nyirenda, Limbikani Mzava, Afusaye Nyondo, Robin Ngalande, Frank Gabadihno Mhango (Afrique du Sud), Chiukepo Msowaya, Chimango Kayira (Mozambique).
The Flames led twice at Kamuzu Stadium only for the 'Harambee Stars' to get a last-minute reprieve when Chimango Kayira scored an own goal.