Giant stork

the adjutant.

See also: Stork

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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There were Roma men with big hats, shawled wives, peasants with scythes and hoes, giant stork nests atop lamp posts - and everywhere the EU flag proudly flying.
This giant stork, which has just taken up residence at a Midland wildlife park, has one of the longest wingspans in the world.
"I noticed the giant stork bones for the first time in Jakarta, as they stood out from the rest of the smaller bird bones.
The remains of the giant stork were found in the same section of cave as the remains of H.
I propose below that kanka refers primarily to the giant stork Leptopilos dubius, a grotesquely ugly bird that presides over the carrion-littered battlefield, a bird that provides an even more compelling emblem of "the King of Dharma" in the Mahabharata.