raven


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large black bird with a straight bill and long wedge-shaped tail

obtain or seize by violence

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prey on or hunt for

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eat greedily

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feed greedily

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Little surprise then, that in myth and legend in Europe, Asia and North America, the raven is connected with water, storms and rain.
Here Raven talks about her enthusiasm for the show: Why return now Raven?
Following the acquisition, Raven Engineered Films will operate facilities in South Dakota, Colorado, California and Texas, US to further optimise and expand customer services and logistics.
Decisions are driven by innovation at Raven Industries.
Recently, Raven launched its newest product, the Raven[R] 760 HPPC.
Department of Defense reports there are currently more than 5,000 Raven air vehicles in the field, making it the most prolific unmanned aircraft system in its fleet.
Raven Girl is strange, compelling, and disturbing; it is, perhaps, meant to disturb, with its questions raised, implicitly or explicitly, about chimeras, genetic tinkering, and self-identity.
This month's Art Print is an exquisite example of such a mask, depicting the legendary trickster of Haida mythology, the raven.
Apparently ravens can live 40 years in the wild and 70 in captivity which is probably also connected to them being one of the most intelligent birds.
As other tactical, operational and strategic level enablers were reduced, the Raven flight hours increased to compensate.
The mother raven and the bird's siblings had flown the nest leaving the raven trapped and alone.
For months, farmers across the United Kingdom have reported a dramatic upsurge in lethal raven attacks on their livestock.
My 4-year-old, who's been a loyal fan of Raven's and her super hit show, That's So Raven, for about 2 1/2 years, aspires to be like her.
Raven populations exploded sevenfold in the western Mojave, scientists estimate.