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Noun1.Perdix - a genus of PerdicinaePerdix - a genus of Perdicinae    
bird genus - a genus of birds
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BRF is one of the largest food companies in the world, with products sold in over 140 countries, under brands that include Sadia, Banvit, Hilal, Perdix and many others.
The Big Farmland Bird Count is sponsored by the NFU, and partnered by FWAG, LEAF (Linking Environment and Farming), Kings, Perdix, NFU Scotland and the CLA.
4 issue of Science Advances, and the program, called PERDIX, is available online.
Similarly, just only the first egg left uncovered was episodically documented in the grey partridge (Perdix perdix) by Sprake (1930).
Among the highlights of the promotion are 400gm Nestle Coffee-Mate for QR10, Perdix chicken (three pieces of 1,000gm each) for QR20 and Geepas iron box (seven-year warranty) for QR30, among others.
Seasonal predation control has also proven effective at increasing brood size, production of young, and subsequent breeding populations of grey partridge Perdix perdix and ground-nesting moorland birds (Tapper et al.
The graduation exercise for Ordway's project was not only successful--it was conducted in front of a media crew from "60 Minutes." The exercise was a first-of-its-kind event that dispensed more than 100 Perdix micro-UAVs from three F/A-18Fs.
Most recently, in October 2016, the US Department of Defence's (DOD) Strategic Capabilities Office (SCO), which traditionally kept research efforts close to its chest, revealed information on the deployment of 103 MT Lincoln Laboratory Perdix UAVs from three US Navy Boeing F/A18E/F Super Hornet fighters.
Called Perdix drones, the flyers have a wingspan of just 12 inches and move entirely autonomously-no human control required.
(2004) who proposed that high density of wild Grey partridge (Perdix perdix) were related with the presence of herbaceous land, unmanaged wilderness and farmlands around habitat in Prague, the Czech Republic.