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pullout means those groups must confront, with their meager resources, the vulturous Russia, Iran, Turkey and the Syrian dictatorship, as well as Daesh.
Even his wife, Aisha Buhari, casts him as a helpless, ineffective, and isolated leader who is held prisoner by an evil, sneaky, corrupt, vulturous, and conniving two-man cabal.
New York Times THE majestic, though vulturous, California condor is once again soaring above the wilds.
But they hold the keys to what a municipal future would look like that can actually build serious alternatives to vulturous multinationals picking at the fiscal scraps offered up by desperate cities.
Bosola's discovery of the Duchess's condition communicates as much: "so, so, there's no question but her tetchiness and most vulturous eating of the apricocks are apparent signs of breeding." (41) The certain and "apparent signs" of pregnancy are irritability and appetite, showing the "vulturous" nature of female sexuality.