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Jason Grebe, Intel corporate vice president and general manager of the Cloud Platforms and Technology Group
Little by name, little by nature, the little grebe is around half the size of a moorhen and is a dumpy bird with a pale "powder puff" below its tail.
It said: "The specialist then retrieved the grebe using a rescue raft and water safety equipment and handed the bird over to the care of the RSPCA representative.
The Western Grebe is a particularly interesting example of a species response to danger from eagles for the very reason that we did not detect any prey remains or see eagles eating grebes during our study.
Many species, including hooded grebes, are in it for the long haul - male grebes will perform their dances even after mating.
Centre manager Colin Seddon said: "The little grebe arrived into our care with a damaged wing after being attacked by gulls.
Also, the company said that Grebe will continue to lead its internal sales teams, supporting annuity sales within the retail and financial institutions markets.
"Large-scale arms procurements, such as the interest of Saudi Arabia and Qatar in German tanks, are signs for the development of a regional arms race," Jan Grebe warns.
YESTERDAY'S SOLUTIONS WEE THINKER ACROSS: 7 Aircrew 9 Nurse 10 Album 11 Younger 12 Din 13 Teesside 16 Glorious 17 Who 19 Abstain 21 Fable 22 Grebe 23 Yardage.
In this note, we present two observations of the crested Caracara preying on the snowy egret and eared grebe during winter in the southern part of the Baja California Peninsula.
Grebe syndrome (OMIM-200700) is a very rare type of acromesomelic dysplasia with autosomal recessive inheritance.
The nuclear waste carrier Pacific Grebe is currently making its way through the northern mid-Tasman sea bound for Japan with canisters of high level reprocessed nuclear waste from Britain on board.
As spring slowly arrives, snakes come out to bask in the sun, snowdrops emerge, and the great crested grebe does a dance.