sea wolf


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Noun1.Sea wolf - predatory black-and-white toothed whale with large dorsal finsea wolf - predatory black-and-white toothed whale with large dorsal fin; common in cold seas
dolphin - any of various small toothed whales with a beaklike snout; larger than porpoises
genus Orcinus, Orcinus - killer whales
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"You weren't the Sea Wolf," Whiskers broke in with involuntary positiveness.
Nicknamed the Sea Wolf by Napoleon, Admiral Lord Thomas Cochrane was second only to Lord Nelson in public affection.
The exercises codenamed Sea Wolf is being conducted across the Mediterranean, Aegean and Black sea with a 131 vessels, 57 aircraft and 33 helicopters taking part until May 25.
According to Turkish news agency (Anadolu), the Sea Wolf 2019 military exercise, the largest annual drill of the Turkish Naval Forces will kick off next week.
In "Wolves", the fourth installment of the author Nicholas Sansbury Smith's 'Hell Divers' series, the Sea Wolf sets out to search for the Metal Islands.
Sea Ceptor will provide local-area air defence to the Type 23 and Type 26 frigates, replacing Sea Wolf; Land Ceptor will replace the Rapier missile to deliver a state-of-the-art ground-based air defence capability.
Wasco, which translates to "sea wolf," is a prominent creature in Haida mythology.
He competed off 86 in 2015 and 87 last year, when splitting the Ger Lyons-trained pair Brendan Brackan and Sea Wolf. Still apparently in good heart at the age of seven, he could give his new connections a big payday off a mark of 83.
The Sea Ceptor system, which utilizes MBDA's next-generation Common Anti-air Modular Missile (CAMM), is being fitted to replace the Sea Wolf weapon system on the Type 23 frigates as part of their life-extension program, MBDA noted.
Last year, he went up 4lb for his Galway win and finished fifth to Sea Wolf in the Cambridgeshire, when the drier ground found him out.
The Caribbean monk seal, which was also known as a sea wolf or a West Indian monk seal, was a social creature about 8 feet long and could weight up to 600 pounds, according to the U.S.