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(Zool.) the peregrine falcon.

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The last four saleable cars, a blue Falcon inline-six sedan, a grey Falcon inline-six turbo ute, a white Falcon Turbo Sprint sedan that produces 496 horsepower, and a silver V6-powered Territory crossover, are available for bidding now on the FordFinal4.
Corinna's decision to cash in on the grey Falcon 2000EX jet, which has Michael's initials on its tail, is seen as an acceptance that the seven-time Formula One champion's days to roam around the world are over.
Although Hitchens can be snarky, he makes interesting and often valid points, mostly negative, about the weakness of Ezra Pound's "Hugh Selwyn Mauberley," and his analysis of Rebecca West's Black Lamb and Grey Falcon is both pointed and balanced.
Harry Collett and Cllr John Smith present prizes, above, and Oscar Crook-Dunninh with an Arctic Grey Falcon Pictures by DOUG MOODY
The chapter on Rebecca West's Black Lamb and Grey Falcon exemplifies both the volume's undoubted strengths and its peculiarities.
Contributors such as Bonnie Kime Scott and Kathryn Laing, as well as Bernard Schweizer, the book's editor, have already done much to restore West to view by bringing to press her letters and other unpublished writings, and the collection integrates these more recent publications into discussions of familiar works such as the novels The Return of the Soldier (1918) and Harriet Hume (1929), the much--anthologized story "Indissoluble Matrimony," and West's late modernist masterpiece, the travelogue Black Lamb and Grey Falcon (1941).
There were another two sitting down watching the lightnings; they were as humans then, the Grey Falcon and the White Flying Falcon who watched over the laws in that country.
A contemporary awareness of this perversion of the human faculty of free will infuses Dame Rebecca's masterwork, Black Lamb and Grey Falcon, written during World War II.
and Grey Falcon, West's monumental record of three trips to
En su hermoso libro, Black Lamb and Grey Falcon, Rebecca West deploraba la destruccion de la prometedora cultura serbia a manos de los otomanos en el siglo XIV.
Whether it is Telford Taylor in The Anatomy of the Nuremberg Trials (1993) invoking A Train of Powder, or Robert Kaplan in Balkan Ghosts (1993) producing a scaled-down version of her great epic, Black Lamb and Grey Falcon (1941), West has become a touchstone.
The writers who emerge most strongly from these accounts are Storm Jameson with her Mirror in Darkness trilogy and her autobiographical Journey to the North, Naomi Mitchison with The Corn King and the Spring Queen, Sylvia Townsend Warner with After the Death of Don Juan and Summer Will Show, and above all Rebecca West with her epic Black Lamb and Grey Falcon, which is given the most detailed attention.