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rapacious seabird that pursues weaker birds to make them drop their prey

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At Zackenberg, the clutch size of Long-tailed Jaegers shows a type 3 numerical response (sigmoid curve) to the densities of lemmings (Fig.
No previous cases of partial predation are known for Long-tailed Jaegers at Zackenberg.
It is the world having been freed of Kaiju, what happens to the world after -- what happens to the Jaeger technology once the Kaiju are not a threat.
With no wars to fight, the Jaeger pilots are taking a sabbatical, which means that "Sons of Anarchy" star Charlie Hunnam may not reprise his role as Raleigh Becket.
But much of the acting takes a back seat, given the key to this film is the brilliantly staged sequences of Jaegers slugging it out with the Kaiju hordes.
Brit Charlie Hunnam (from TV's Sons of Anarchy), plays Jaeger pilot Raleigh Becket, who lost his brother in an attack and has hidden himself away.
A lot of the dreams that inspired the building of that capacity are now coming true," says Jaegers, citing streaming Netflix as the most prominent example of a product of this seemingly limitless bandwidth.
With cheap and plentiful broadband comes innovation, Jaegers says.
might have been a message to Verizon to say, 'Hey, if you're not interested, we can talk to AT&T, and they might be interested,'" Jaegers said.
But Jaegers pointed out that Alltel is already in the process of deploying a GSM overlay across the most populated parts of its network.
For the Jaegers, their scant hopes for the life of their daughter were finally dashed forever.
It was when they were dragging the river, searching for the body of her 7-year-old daughter, Susie, that Marietta Jaeger lost her self-control.
From the moment you're first introduced to the Jaegers, a sense of nostalgia calls back to childhood memories of watching many Japanese anime series and television shows centered on giant robots, including "Gundam," and "Voltron," and an even deeper connection to the Japanese film genre Kaiju, especially the "Godzilla" series of films.
I feed him, give him water and clean the stalls every day,'' said Jaegers.
That juxtaposition didn't really hit me until the other night,'' Jaeger was saying from his Van Nuys home.