wing bow

wing bow

(bəʊ)
n
1. (Zoology) a distinctive band of colour marking the wing of a bird

wing′ bow`

(boʊ)
n.
the distinctively colored feathers on the shoulder or bend of the wing of a bird.
[1865–70]
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(2012) stating mainly pale- brown wing bow color in females but black in males.
Its Presentation II is judged the ultimate in recurve hunting bows and features many of the original concepts of the old Wing bow. The Red Wing Hunter is also designed around the original Wing recurve, while the Red Wing Takedown Hunter is new to the line.
Both Cardinale and Craig tell us that the newly designed Wing Bows now being manufactured under the World Archery label have been developed in accord to all modern technology and from every indication should gain recognition equal to or surpass the historic fame created by the original Wing products of yesteryear.
So we do guarantee you'll be hearing a lot more about the all-new Wing bows as currently manufactured by the youthful pair of enthusiastic bowhunters under the name of World Archery Enterprises--all are meticulously designed, well-constructed with quality materials and truly noteworthy for the sporting goods retailer to take a hard look at.
On Utoya, members of the Labor Party youth wing bowed their heads in respect of their lost comrades as their leader asked for one minute of silence in commemoration, on the tiny, green, heart-shaped island in Lake Tyrifjorden some 40 kilometers (25 miles) northeast of Oslo.
The 32-year-old former Wallabies wing bows out at Twickenham, where Oxford face a Cambridge side seeking a hat-trick of Varsity victories.