Falcon

[sniper rifle] .50 BMG (12.7×99mm) (OP-99) | cartridge_weight = | caliber = | barrels = | action = Mauser bolt action | rate = | velocity = 825–925 m/s | range = {convert|1600|m|yd|abbr=on} (day) ZN 6x passive night sight; The Falcon is a bolt action rifle with a Mauser locking system and two-shot magazine. Instead of the magazine a prot...
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falcon

[n] - diurnal birds of prey having long pointed powerful wings adapted for swift flight 2. [v] - hunt with falcons
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Falcon

A small to medium raptor, generally living in open countryside, with long pointed wings, a shortish tail, brown eyes and a 'tooth' on either side of the hook on the beak. Falcons live in open countryside hunting from sometimes a great height and stooping fast towards the quarry.
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Falcon

Optical gunsight, Elbit Computers [IL], Air-to-air missile [US], light transport aircraft, Dassault-Bregeut [FR], Fission Activated Laser CONcept
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Falcon

Fal'con noun [ Middle English faucon , faucoun , Old French faucon , falcon , .... faucon , from Late Latin falco , perhaps from Latin falx, falcis , a sickle or scythe, and named from its curving talons. Confer Falchion .] 1. (Zool...
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falcon

1. <ornithology> One of a family (Falconidae) of raptorial birds, characterised by a short, hooked beak, strong claws, and powerful flight. Any species of the genus Falco, distinguished by having a toothlike lobe on the upper mandible; especially, one of this genus trained to the pursuit of other birds, or game. 'In the language of falconry, ...
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falcon

noun diurnal birds of prey having long pointed powerful wings adapted for swift flight
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falcon

verb hunt with falcons; `The tribes like to falcon in the desert`
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Falcon

• (n.) An ancient form of cannon. • (n.) Any species of the genus Falco, distinguished by having a toothlike lobe on the upper mandible; especially, one of this genus trained to the pursuit of other birds, or game. • (n.) One of a family (Falconidae) of raptorial birds, characterized by a short, hooked beak, strong claws, and powerfu...
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Falcon

(from the article `Physical Sciences`) The privately funded SpaceX Falcon launch vehicle moved closer to operational status with the placement of the first flight unit on the launch pad at ... ...First launched in 1994, a version of Pegasus known as Taurus lifts off from the ground, using a converted ICBM as a first stage and Pegasus as...
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Falcón

estado (state), northwestern Venezuela. It is bounded on the north by the Caribbean Sea, west by the Gulf of Venezuela, northwest by Zulia state, and ...
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falcon

any of nearly 60 species of hawks of the family Falconidae (order Falconiformes), diurnal birds of prey characterized by long, pointed wings and ... [6 related articles]
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Falcon

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Falcon

[programming language] Falcon is an open source, multi-paradigm programming language. Design and implementation is led by Giancarlo Niccolai, a native of Bologna, Italy and Information Technology graduate from Pistoia. Falcon translates computer source code to virtual machine instructions for evaluation. The virtual machine is thought both ...
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Falcon

[surname] Falcon is a surname. Some possible places of origin are: A possible beginning of the patronymic derivation of Falcon is Saint Falcón, who died in 1147, and is attributed with the popularization of the given name. Another is the Italian surname Falcó and Falcóne, which could easily have become Falcón in Spain. In the coastal ar...
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Falcon

HMS Falcon was a British River Gunboat of 372 tons displacement launched in 1931. HMS Falcon was powered by two Admiralty 3-drum type boiler providing a top speed of 15 knots. She carried a complement of 55 and was armed with one 3.7 inch howitzer; two 6-pdr guns and ten machine-guns. In 1942 HMS Falcon was presented to the Chinese navy and renamed...
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falcon

falcon, common name for members of the Falconidae, a heterogeneous family of long-winged birds of prey closely related to the hawk. Falcons (genus Falco) range in size from the 6 1/2-in. (16.5-cm) falconet to the 24-in. (60-cm) gyrfalcon, and in habits from the swift merlin to the sluggish caracara....
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Falcon

The falcon was a British cannon with a 2.5-inch bore firing a 2 lb shot.
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falcon

Any bird of prey of the genus Falco, family Falconidae, order Falconiformes. Falcons are the smallest of the hawks (15–60 cm/6–24 in). They have short curved beaks with one tooth in the upper mandible; the wings are long and pointed, and the toes elongated. They nest in high places and kill their prey on the win...
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falcon

A hawk, a bird of prey trained to hunt smaller birds. This sport was very popular throughout the Middle Ages. There were strict laws about what kind of hawk you could keep, depending on your position in society.
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Falcon

[storage engine] Falcon was a transactional storage engine being developed for the MySQL relational database management system. Development was stopped after Oracle purchased MySQL. It was based on the Netfrastructure database engine. Falcon was designed to take advantage of Sun`s zfs file system. Architecture analysis showed an interesting...
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Falcon

[sport] Falcon is a tongue-in-cheek term used, often in different forms of football, to describe an accidental knock to the head with the ball. The phrase originated from rugby league in Australia. On The Footy Show, casual presenter Mario Fenech`s weekly segment was introduced by a piece of footage from his playing days showing a ball bein...
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Falcon

[disambiguation] A falcon is a bird of prey. Falcon may also refer to: ==People== ==Transport== ===Aviation=== ===Maritime=== ===Rail=== ===Road=== ===Army=== ===Rocketry and space=== ==Culture== ===Film=== ===Fictional characters=== ===Music=== ===Video games=== ==Sports== ==School mascots== ==Places== ===United States=== ===Other=== ==Com...
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Falcón

Falcón State (Estado Falcón, IPA) is one of the 23 states (estados) that constitute Venezuela. The state capital is Coro. ==Demographics and geography== Falcón State covers a total surface area of 24,800 km² and, in 2010, had an estimated population of 950,057. The Paraguaná Peninsula is connected to the rest of the state by the Médanos Isth...
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Falcon

A falcon (-) is any one of 37 species of raptor in the genus Falco, widely distributed on all continents of the world. Adult falcons have thin tapered wings, which enable them to fly at high speed and to change direction rapidly. Fledgling falcons, in their first year of flying, have longer flight feathers, which makes their configuration more lik...
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