Eagle

Eagle is a common name for many large birds of prey of the family Accipitridae; it belongs to several groups of genera that are not necessarily closely related to each other. Most of the sixty species of eagles are from Eurasia and Africa. Outside this area, just fourteen species can be found – two in the United States and Canada, nine in Centra...
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eagle

[n] - (in golf) a score of two strokes under par on a golf hole 2. [n] - a former gold coin in the United States worth 10 dollars 3. [n] - an emblem representing power 4. [n] - any of various large keen-sighted diurnal birds of prey noted for their broad wings and strong soaring flight 5. [v] - shoot in two strokes under par,...
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Eagle

• (n.) A northern constellation, containing Altair, a star of the first magnitude. See Aquila. • (n.) Any large, rapacious bird of the Falcon family, esp. of the genera Aquila and Haliaeetus. The eagle is remarkable for strength, size, graceful figure, keenness of vision, and extraordinary flight. The most noted species are the golden eag...
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eagle

bird of Jove noun any of various large keen-sighted diurnal birds of prey noted for their broad wings and strong soaring flight
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Eagle

(U.S.A) United States $10.00 gold coin as well as all bullion pieces made from 1986 through the present.
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Eagle

[automobile] Eagle was a marque of the Chrysler Corporation following the purchase of American Motors Corporation (AMC) and aimed at the enthusiast driver. Though short-lived, the Eagle Vision sedan sold in respectable numbers, while the sporty Eagle Talon sold more than 115,000 units. ==Overview== Following the introduction of General Moto...
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Eagle

[Calder] Eagle is an abstract sculpture by Alexander Calder. It is located at the Olympic Sculpture Park, Seattle. ==History== It was located at the Bank One building, 500 Throckmorton Street, Fort Worth, Texas. It was commissioned by Fort Worth National Bank. It was constructed in 1971 of painted sheet steel. It was erected, and dedicated ...
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Eagle

[crater] Eagle is a 22-metre long impact crater located on the Meridiani Planum extraterrestrial plain, situated within the Margaritifer Sinus quadrangle (MC-19) portion of the planet Mars. The Opportunity rover came to rest inside Eagle crater when it landed in 2004. Scientists were delighted that the rover landed there, as the crater cont...
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Eagle

[heraldry] The eagle is used in heraldry as a charge, as a supporter, and as a crest. Sometimes just the headless body (`sans head` eagle) or the head replaced with another symbol, as well as parts of the eagle, such as its head, wing or leg, are used as a charge or crest. The eagle with its keen eyes symbolized perspicacity, courage, stren...
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Eagle

[Mainframe Application Server] EAGLE is a Web-based, mainframe-powered application server which provides direct, secure, high performance Internet access to mainframe computer data and transactions using real-time transaction processing rather than middleware or external gateways. Originally based in an IBM 3270 environment developed at the...
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Eagle

[Middle-earth] In J. R. R. Tolkien`s fictional universe of Middle-earth, the eagles were immense flying birds that were sapient and could speak. Often emphatically referred to as the Great Eagles, they appear, usually and intentionally serving as agents of eucatastrophe or deus ex machina, in various parts of his legendarium, from The Silma...
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Eagle

[name] Eagle and Eagles are family names. ==People== Native Americans Sports Politicians Artists and musicians Other Characters ...
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EAGLE

[program] EAGLE (for: Easily Applicable Graphical Layout Editor, German: Einfach anzuwendender grafischer Layout-Editor) by CadSoft Computer is a flexible, expandable and scriptable EDA application with schematic capture editor, PCB layout editor, auto-router and CAM and BOM tools developed by CadSoft Computer GmbH, Germany, since 1988. EAG...
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Eagle

[ship] Eagle was a freighter which was sunk intentionally near Lower Matecumbe Key, Florida, to become an artificial reef and diving spot. ==Ship history== The ship was built in 1962 for Danish shipowners J. Lauritzen at Bijkers Shipyard, Gorinchem, Netherlands, and named Raila Dan. In 1969 she was sold to the Dutch shipping company Poseido...
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Eagle

[Street Fighter] 1954 Football World Cup poster ...
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Eagle

[typeface] Eagle is a font family that is based on ``Eagle Bold`, introduced by American Type Founders in 1934. ==History== `Eagle Bold` derives from the usage of the letters `NRA` from the font Novel Gothic in the original design of the Blue Eagle logo of the National Recovery Association. When the design was accepted it was found that the...
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Eagle

[United States coin] The eagle is a base-unit of denomination issued only for gold coinage by the United States Mint based on the original values designated by the Coinage Act of 1792. It has been obsolete as a circulating denomination since 1933. The eagle was the largest of the four main decimal base-units of denomination used for circula...
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Eagle

[village] The British heavy metal musical groups category is for heavy metal groups who were founded in Britain. It may or may not apply to groups which were founded elsewhere but contain British musicians; judge each case carefully. It should not apply to groups which were founded elsewhere but had their main success in the UK. ...
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eagle

Click images to enlargeAny of several genera of large birds of prey of the family Accipitridae, order Falconiformes, including the golden eagle Aquila chrysaetos of Eurasia and North America, which has a 2 m/6 ft wingspan. Eagles occur worldwide, usually building eyries or nests in forests or mounta...
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Eagle

Ea'gle noun [ Middle English egle , French aigle , from Latin aquila ; probably named from its color, from aquilus dark-colored, brown; confer Lithuanian aklas blind. Confer Aquiline .] 1. (Zoology) Any large, rapacious bird of the Falcon famil...
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eagle

1. <zoology> Any large, rapacious bird of the Falcon family, especially. Of the genera Aquila and Haliaeetus. The eagle is remarkable for strength, size, graceful figure, keenness of vision, and extraordinary flight. The most noted species are the golden eagle (Aquila chrysaetus); the imperial eagle of Europe (A. Mogilnik or imperialis); the ...
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Eagle

10-dollar gold coin depicting the American eagle.
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eagle

A gold $10 coin of the United States.
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Eagle

A hole played in two strokes under par.
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Eagle

A score of 2 under (less than) par for a hole
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