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fran·co·lin

 (frăng′kə-lĭn)
n.
Any of various game birds of several genera in the family Phasianidae, especially Francolinus, found in Africa and Asia.

[French, from Italian francolino.]

francolin

(ˈfræŋkəʊlɪn)
n
(Animals) any African or Asian partridge of the genus Francolinus
[C17: from French, from Old Italian francolino, of unknown origin]

fran•co•lin

(ˈfræŋ kə lɪn)

n.
any Eurasian or African partridge of the genus Francolinus.
[1585–95; < French < Italian francolino, of obscure orig.]
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Frankolin
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At this he fell to with greater relish than if they had given him francolins from Milan, pheasants from Rome, veal from Sorrento, partridges from Moron, or geese from Lavajos, and turning to the doctor at supper he said to him, "Look here, senor doctor, for the future don't trouble yourself about giving me dainty things or choice dishes to eat, for it will be only taking my stomach off its hinges; it is accustomed to goat, cow, bacon, hung beef, turnips and onions; and if by any chance it is given these palace dishes, it receives them squeamishly, and sometimes with loathing.
Francolin et al., "Direct trajectory optimization and costate estimation of finite-horizon and infinite-horizon optimal control problems using a Radau pseudospectral method," Computational Optimization and Applications, vol.
FILE - Djibouti Francolin with acknowledgments to Norm Arlott So Christmas.
The department's Director Ghulam Sarwar Jamali informed that the suspect Naseer Mallah was arrested but his 2 accomplices managed to escape.He told that the Wildlife team recovered 20 Grey Francolin, 7 Squirrels and an Owl from Mallah.According to the Director, Mallah was involved in illegal trade of those animals which he sold after catching them from different parts of Sindh.Jamali said the Wildlife Department's action against illegal hunting continued in all parts of Sindh.
No inicio da separacao o movimento divergente a sul era maior que a norte, imprimindo uma rotacao de sentido horario na placa sul-americana em relacao a Africa (FRANCOLIN e SZATMARI, 1987).
(18.) Francolin L, Brito MFP, Gabriel CS, Monteiro TM, Bernardes A.
Five of the partridges were grey francolin, popular with those immersed in illegal cock fighting.
And Grey Francolin are the fighting birds of choice because of their long spurs.
Francolin et al, "Direct trajectory optimization and costate estimation of finite-horizon and infinite-horizon optimal control problems using a Radau pseudospectral method," Computational Optimization and Applications, vol.
The survey found 11 species that are important conservation priorities in the CM and are red listed by the IUCN (Table 2), and two endemic species (Basra Reed Warbler and Iraq Babbler), and three near endemic species (Black Francolin, Little Grebe, and Mesopotamian Crow) according to [18].
Su calidad como bodegonista resulta brillante a tenor del lienzo Bodegon con cardo, francolin, uvas y lirios, descubierto en el proceso de incautaciones de la Guerra Civily adquirido para el Museo del Prado en 1940, y que algunos suponen copia de un original perdido de Cotan.
Species include Natal, Crested, Couqi and Swainson francolin while guinea fowl are prolific.