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Synonyms for tercel

male hawk especially male peregrine or gyrfalcon

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Modern styling and features such as dual air bags bring the Tercel up to date.
maid, for you may command me to life or death!" A similar deferential third-person reference occurs in PF 422, when the tercel eagle begs mercy of the formel "As she that is my lady sovereyne."
Tayota Tercel (right), is available as a two- and four-door sedan that provides high performance and responsive handling.
(From left to right) Nielson Pangan, Mark Oyales, Dianna Louise Wilwayco, Rudy Ortea, Eden Catherine Mopia and Tercel Maria Mercado-Gephart.
The Tercel reportedly reached speeds of about 90 mph on Beltline before heading south onto Interstate 5.
Paseo shares much of it's underpinnings with Tercel, but has a more powerful engine and sporting suspension.
Police said they are seeking a second person who fled the area in a 1991 blue Toyota Tercel, license number SQX 954.
The driver's side window of the 1993 Toyota Tercel was smashed and there was fire damage inside the car and on the driver's side door.
Perosa said Fernandez and his younger brother, Dain Fernandez Delgado, 18, drove a white Tercel into the alley late that afternoon, confronting the couple after they left the market.
Miss Brooks was driving north just past Carpenter Hill Road when her 1993 Toyota Tercel crossed the double solid yellow lines and struck the dump truck.
I would agree that this is meaningless trivia, except for the time when my Toyota Tercel broke down on a country road in North Carolina.
Her Toyota Tercel crossed double solid yellow lines and struck a dump truck, according to a preliminary investigation.
Brooks, 22, of 232 Everett St., was going north just past Carpenter Hill Road when her 1993 Toyota Tercel crossed the double solid yellow lines and struck the dump truck, according to a preliminary investigation.
Sick the next day with stress, I called my friend Tricia (my angel benefactor) to cancel a work party at my house the following day, telling her of my situation: My faithful 1984 Toyota Tercel had serious engine problems.
The Fitchburg mother of two was in the back seat passenger side of the Toyota Tercel that her son, David Alexis Molina, 19, was driving on Interstate 190 near Exit 1 in Worcester.