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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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Fish and Wildlife Service's proposed delisting of the bald eagle from the Endangered Species Act.
For 50 years, scientists have been monitoring eagle populations and gathering information about how to keep them healthy.
And they note that ESA-mandated protections for prime eagle territory would no longer be in effect.
Douglas is just one of an estimated 150 Eagle Scout candidates over the past 30 years who have chosen to do their projects within the Rancho Simi Recreation and Park District, said Rick Johnson, a district spokesman.
In the past, Eagle Vision acquisitions and modifications have been procured under the foreign comparative test (FCT) program (DoD 5000.
The eagle, nearly four feet tall, perches on his leather-gloved arm.
What are the tax effects to Eagle and its partners?
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:
I thought it was funny; some of the TV people didn't think it was so funny,'' said Jessica Dooley, the bald eagle project field manager and a biologist with the Institute for Wildlife Studies.
Jim O'Donnell, Chief Executive Officer of American Eagle Outfitters, commented, "Our transfer to the New York Stock Exchange is an important milestone for our company and highlights the outstanding growth and profitability we have experienced over the past several years.
The National Park Service now wants to reintroduce the bald eagle this summer to the northern islands of Anacapa, Santa Cruz, Santa Rosa and San Miquel, kicking off a five-year study to determine whether the bird - a threatened species - could survive.
EAGLE ROCK - Elda and Eric Ulmer first discovered Eagle Rock back in 1996, when they were hunting for an affordable house with a big yard.