buzzard


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Synonyms for buzzard

a New World vulture that is common in South America and Central America and the southern United States

the common European short-winged hawk

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There, surrounded by such a tumultuous foregathering of symbolism, the buzzard faced into the wall, lowered its head, and began to breakfast on fresh pigeon by hacking its head off.
The buzzard, about the same size as the kite if bulkier, was rather less adventurous.
RED-TAILED buzzard Maverick is the star attraction at a bird of prey centre.
THE first case of bird flu in Wales this winter has been confirmed in a buzzard in the Vale of Glamorgan.
In coach Bob Buzzards three years as the LHS wrestling coach 1970-72 his top wrestler was Dan Holm, a junior when coach Buzzard took over.
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Burbank, CA, August 17, 2017 --(PR.com)-- AlphaDogs is pleased to announce completion of the psychedelic horror film Buzzard Hollow Beef where the phrase "you are what you eat" takes on a whole new meaning.
"Legitimate businesses are not the only ones undergoing a digital transformation," John Buzzard, industry fraud specialist for Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.-based CO-OP Financial Services, said.
BROWNSVILLE - Allen Buzzard was standing spread eagle in the middle of North Main Street, right in front of a green bridge that had an air of familiarity.
and Washington DC-based real estate company Akridge will lead a consortium of real estate developers and investors to acquire and redevelop the former US Coast Guard Headquarters at Buzzard Point in Washington, DC into an 80,000-square-foot restaurant and retail space called Riverpoint, the company said.
TUCKY BUZZARD - THE COMPLETE TUCKY BUZZARD HAVING come to the end of their psychedelic path, The End decided on a change of musical direction and with it a change of name too, arising from the ashes as Tucky Buzzard in 1970.
A GLIDER pilot narrowly avoided colliding with a Tornado fighter jet after mistaking it for a buzzard.
-- State police have charged a 26-year-old upstate man with trying to kill a turkey buzzard, which is a protected species in New York.