flying dragon


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Synonyms for flying dragon

any of several small tropical Asian lizards capable of gliding by spreading winglike membranes on each side of the body

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For example, flying dragon hardy orange (Poncirus trifoliata AoFlying DragonAo) can provide a classical or contemporary sculptural element when it loses its leaves in winter.
She is a writer and the manager of The Flying Dragon Bookshop in Toronto.
AirMedia Group Inc (Nasdaq:AMCN), the operator of a digital media network in China dedicated to air travel advertising, has today (7 July) announced that it has entered into agreements to acquire 80% of the equity interest in Flying Dragon Media Advertising Co Ltd and 100% of the equity interest in Excel Lead International Ltd (Excel Lead).
Alexander said: "We're hoping we've developed a flying dragon to put the rest of the competitors' crafts to shame.
The Water Horse also stirs more recent memories of flying dragon drama Eragon as well as last year's The Last Mimzy and Scottish-based cycling film The Flying Scotsman, which also starred Brian Cox.
F LINES Jolly clever: coordinates to her kids' birth places; G BIRDS Pair of swallows are height of fashion for this trendsetter; H MOTIF Flying dragon is allowed for girl with so many other tattoos; Picture: SOLARPIX.
However the film's central character - the flying dragon named Saphira - had to be made through the high-tech wizardry of the industry's most honoured visual effects houses: Weta Digital (the makers of The Lord of the Rings trilogy and King Kong) and Industrial Light & Magic (who made the StarWars films and Jurassic Park).
Bushes/Shrubs/Hedges: Russian Pomegranate, Jostaberry, Che Fruit, Flying Dragon Trifoliate Orange, Rugosa Roses
But citrus grown on Flying Dragon rootstock are labeled as such by Monrovia and C & M wholesale nurseries; Willits & Newcomb wholesale nursery identifies its Flying Dragon citrus with a sticker on the label that just says "dwarf.
But even they were upstaged by a monster of a different kind - a flying dragon called Draco
BMC manages its network of outdoor advertising sites primarily through three companies - BMC Advertising (100% owned by BMC), BMC Flying Dragon Advertising (a joint venture of which BMC owns 51%) and BMC Skyflying Media (a joint venture 51% owned by BMC).
Captain No Beard and his jolly crew of the Flying Dragon are marooned on a desert island and decide to try to pass the time pleasantly, looking at clouds through the spyglass and making sand castles.
The Italian-built aircraft will be operated by the air force's Flying Dragon squadron, from Hazerim air base.
Spokesman Adrian Hill said: "This will be in the form of an illuminated Saxon princess, situated in the boat on the sea front, and on the beach a flying dragon bonfire will have the hero, Beowulf.
The moment of implausibility I refer to came towards the end of the film, after Harry P and friends had inveigled their way into the bank run by goblins (which, I might mention, seemed to have been unaffected by the credit crunch), found whatever they were looking for, escaped on the back of a flying dragon, returned to Hogwarts for the final destructive battle with the forces of Voldemort (whose nose, one feels, could have benefited from the sort of cosmetic surgery former cocaine addicts get and which surely ought to be easily available to a Dark Lord such as himself) and Harry is zapped by Voldemort, but recovers and kills him.