White hawk


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(Zool.) the hen harrier.

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The Owl's Song follows the trials of Billy White Hawk, a Coeur d'Alene Indian boy who is coming to terms with his life and heritage as he leaves the reservation for the city, trying to escape his past.
Contract Awarded To Perform "Special Progressive Aircraft Rework" On One VH-3D Sea King And Two VH-60N White Hawk Presidential Helicopters
Berth occupancy was 55% at the port on Thursday where total six ships namely CGM Puccini, white Hawk, Maple Crown, Visha Vikas Thor Harmony and Feng Hai 32 are currently occupying berths to load/offload containers, cement/steel, coke breeze, wheat, urea and edible oil respectively during 24 hours.
An eye witness described the red and white Hawk coming down into the field in a straight line before it "belly flopped, wobbled and skidded" out of sight.
An eyewitness described the red and white Hawk coming down into the field before it "belly flopped, wobbled and skidded" out of sight.
Sandra White Hawk was one of those children taken from her home on the Rosebud Sioux Reservation in South Dakota in the early 1950s and placed with a white family.
In late 2006 White Hawk Country Club in Crown Point completed its latest addition, White Hawk West, says Todd Kleven, vice president of Hawk Development.
Falcons: 1 Hawk (J Burthem), 2 White Hawk (P Cheshire), 3 Merlin (J Downes).
The Shawnee Indians viewed the star as a great hunter named White Hawk.
Unbeaten Oasis Star is also well berthed in stall two but David Loder's White Hawk and John Gosden's Free Trip look up against it on the wide outside.
He will be guarded by a US Marine Corps Sikorsky Sea King helicopter and a VIP version of the White Hawk helicopter.
Loder's Wolverhampton winners were Amandus (2-5), White Hawk (6-5) and Sharp Breeze (7-2), all of them ridden by Jamie Spencer.