Peregrine

Species of falcon, Falco peregrinus,
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Peregrine

• (a.) Foreign; not native; extrinsic or from without; exotic. • (n.) The peregrine falcon.
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Peregrine

(In topic `E-Business Solutions`) Peregrine Systems, a leader in e-Procurement, asset and infrastructure management, became through its acquisition of Harbinger Corporation in xxx the  largest provider of end-to-end business solutions.  This will enable large enterprises to purchase a full suite of e- trading and e-procurement solutions from ...
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peregrine

peregrine falcon noun a widely distributed falcon formerly used in falconry
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Peregrine

[journal] Peregrine: American Immigration in the 21st Century is an online journal published by the Hoover Institution as part of its Conte Initiative on Immigration Reform. It is focused on understanding immigration to the United States and identifying optimal immigration policy for the contemporary United States. The journal is edited by ...
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Peregrine

[martyr] St. Peregrine the martyr was an early Christian martyr who died because he and others refused to worship the Roman Emperor Commodus on his birthday. ...
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Peregrine

Per'e·grine adjective [ Latin peregrinus . See Pilgrim .] Foreign; not native; extrinsic or from without; exotic. [ Spelt also pelegrine .] ' Peregrine and preternatural heat.' Bacon. Peregrine falcon (Zoology) , a courageous and swift falcon (
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peregrine

Foreign; not native; extrinsic or from without; exotic. [Spelt also pelegrine] 'Peregrine and preternatural heat. ... <zoology> ' Peregrine falcon, a courageous and swift falcon (Falco peregrinus), remarkable for its wide distribution over all the continents. The adult plumage is dark bluish ash on the back, nearly black on the head and cheek...
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Peregrine

From the Latin peregrinus, foreigner. Said of a planet that does not occupy a sign of essential dign
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peregrine

peregrine, peregrin 1. Roving or wandering; migratory. 2. In biology, foreign, non-native; a reference to organisms transported into an area from outside that area. 3. Etymology: Latin, to travel about; foreign; abroad; that which is found 'outside the Roman territory' (the ager Romanus), 'field'. Middle English, from Old French, from Medieval L...
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Peregrine

The USS Peregrine was an American Auk Class minesweeper of 890 tons displacement launched in 1945. The USS Peregrine was powered by diesel engines providing a top speed of 18 knots and carried a complement of 105. She was armed with one 3 inch dual-purpose gun and two 40 mm anti-aircraft guns.
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peregrine

[n] - a widely distributed falcon formerly used in falconry
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