I had but one gerfalcon
, and he died day before yesterday."
One of the pages carried two gerfalcons
upon a perch, the other a hunting-horn, which he blew with a careless note at twenty paces from the castle.
A few rich settles and bancals, choicely carved and decorated with glazed leather hangings of the sort termed or basane , completed the furniture of the apartment, save that at one side of the dais there stood a lofty perch, upon which a cast of three solemn Prussian gerfalcons
sat, hooded and jesseled, as silent and motionless as the royal fowler who stood beside them.
We've got Give Way Nelson (f Mount Nelson - Give A Whistle) a nice half-sister to Gerfalcon
. She's working really well.
He was possibly in front a little too long as he drifted slight and maybe idled, allowing the wellregarded and Group One-bound Gerfalcon
to collar him close home.
He was possibly in front a little too long as he drifted slight and maybe idled, allowing the well-regarded and Group One-bound Gerfalcon
to collar him close home.
GOLD CITY (Saeed bin Suroor) Saeed bin Suroor's Gold City lost his unbeaten record in Ripon's two-year-old Listed race but he lost little else in defeat to the decent Gerfalcon
. He travelled well throughout but probably led for too long.
can take the next step along the racing ladder in the Ripon Champion Two-Year-Old Trophy.
The likes of Redact and Gold City are worthy foes here, but Gerfalcon
arguably has the greater scope to make a seamless transition into Group company.
Horses to follow: Apache, Attracted To You, Bartolomeu, Bridgefield, Earl Of Carrick, Flambeau, Forest Row, Fort Bastion, Gerfalcon
, Isabella Gem, Kanaf, Law To Himself, Man Of Action, Markab, Mezmaar, Modun, Mon Visage, Norman Orphan, Palazzo Bianco, Pintura, Red Duke, Sooraah, Swingland, Yair Hill.
The occurrence in line 1434-35 is unique in having a non-human animate subject: Caqan sinqor naran sara qoyar-i ad-qu-n nis-[c]u ire-ju qar deere min-u tuu-ba '[In my dream] a white gerfalcon
flew down to me holding the sun and moon [in its claws], and alighted on my hand'.
Chambers's Book of Days observes that "the grade of the hawk-bearer was known also by the bird he bore": a gerfalcon
(for a king), a falcon-gentle (for a prince), a falcon of the rock (for a duke), a pere-grine-falcon (for an earl), a merlin (for a lady), a goshawk (for a yeoman), a nobby (for a young man), a kestrel (for the ordinary servingman).(17) Two other players carry a model church and a model boat: do these represent larger sets the troupe would have carted with them--or did traveling players use economical, "Brechtian" indicators in production?