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Synonyms for eagle

(golf) a score of two strokes under par on a hole

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a former gold coin in the United States worth 10 dollars

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an emblem representing power

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shoot two strokes under par

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shoot in two strokes under par

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A few of the bravest among us saved the Eagles, for the Eagles, look you, meant France, and all the rest of you; it was the civil and military honor of France that was in our keeping, there must be no spot on the honor of France, and the cold could never make her bow her head.
I can hear him yet, we were all crying just like children; the Eagles and the flags had been lowered as if for a funeral.
Today, the bald eagle is also an example of an environmental success story.
But with the banning of DDT in 1972 and passage of the Endangered Species Act (ESA) in 1973, eagle populations began to rebound.
She says I can't get a job or a driver's license until I become an Eagle Scout.
The Eagle Vision family emerged from the Desert Storm combat commander's operational demand for digital imagery to support air and carrier based mission planning/rehearsal and intelligence gathering systems, as well as Army and Marine Corps topographic units.
During a normal four-month hunting season, he and his eagle bag 50 or 60 foxes, a dozen badgers, a couple of lynx, and 4 or 5 wolves.
15, 1991, Gary received a $6,000 cash distribution from Eagle.
info has previously noted that 4 of Eagle's 6 "independent" directors have relationships with the company or Eagle Chairman William Butler that call their independence into question:
In addition, an eighth eagle lives in Yellowstone National Park, having flown the 1,150 miles from Santa Cruz.
Investor Alert #3 looks at a new project by Corporex (the real estate company whose founder and CEO is Eagle Chair William Butler) that illustrates the conflicts of interest between Eagle and Mr.
We are not sure if the bald eagle can actually make it out there,'' Channel Islands National Park biologist Tim Coonan said.
With the bald eagle set to lose its Endangered Species Act (ESA) protection and funding in early 2007, the American Eagle Foundation recently created a dedicated endowment that, when fully funded, will support monitoring and protection of America's recovering eagle population for the long haul - even as the U.
The resurgence of Eagle Rock comes as the town celebrates its 90th anniversary with a series of festivities.