swooper

swooper

(ˈswuːpə)
n
a person or a bird that swoops
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This swooper style flag kit proclaims that there is a “SALE” going on in large, vibrant letters.
EVERTON will make a summer swooper for Cardiff's Wales whizzkid Joe Ledley.
A 4lb rise in stronger company poses The Tatling new questions and some will prefer fellow late swooper Blazing Heights in his attempt to land this race for the third year running.
You wind sailing buccaneer swooper of small mammals
SWOOPER HERO Blue tit returns to bird box with lunch.
The Swooper - who cuts across from the fast lane to make an exit (7)
SWOOPER TROOPERS J British and French soldiers join the fray after being dropped off yesterday
PREY FOR ME J Methuselah before scans BEAK CONDITION 3 Scan shows full-body scan of Methuselah SWOOPER SNAP Z Scan shows Methuselah's skull and spine
SWOOPER MARIO n Botelli, left, can help City hand Newcastle their first defeat of the season
LEEDS - 1992 SUPER ALLY IS SWOOPER ALLY: Rangers hero McCoist scores a vital away goal at Elland Road against Leeds during the 1992-93 Champions League run that so nearly brought the club a final slot; LISBON - 2008 LISBON - 2008 ROAD TO GLORY: Gary McSwegan swears Rangers can survive Florence after winning at places like Sporting Lisbon where Jean-Claude Darcheville scored