Raptor

[Gardaland] Raptor is a steel roller coaster at the Gardaland amusement park in Lake Garda, Italy. The ride is a prototype Wing Coaster design by Swiss roller coaster manufacturer Bolliger & Mabillard. Raptor opened to the public on April 1, 2011. The ride begins from an underground station and features two water splash elements. The layout...
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Raptor

[game] The following people were either born in, residents of, or otherwise closely associated with Hoover, Alabama. ...
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Raptor

[rocket engine] The Raptor engine will have over six times the thrust of the Merlin 1D vacuum engine that powers the second stage of the current Falcon 9, the Falcon 9 v1.1. The broader Raptor concept `is a highly reusable methane staged-combustion engine that will power the next generation of SpaceX launch vehicles designed for the explora...
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RAPTOR

[software] RAPTOR is protein threading software used for protein structure prediction. It has been replaced by RaptorX, which is much more accurate than RAPTOR. ==Comparison of techniques== ===Protein threading vs. homology modeling=== Researchers attempting to solve a protein`s structure start their a study with little more than a protein ...
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Raptor

(pronounced RAP-tor) Raptor is an informal term that some people use to refer to the Dromaeosaurid dinosaurs, like Velociraptor , Utahraptor , Deinonychus , and others. These speedy, intelligent, bird-like theropods were fierce killers that had a long, sickle-like claw on each foot. They lived during the Cretaceous period .
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Raptor

A more scientific name for a bird of prey.
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RAPTOR

Response Aircraft Program for Theatre Operations
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Raptor

Rap'tor (răp'tẽr) noun [ Latin raptor , from rapere to ravish. See Rapid .] A ravisher; a plunderer. [ Obsolete]
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Raptor

• (n.) A ravisher; a plunderer.
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raptor

in general, any bird of prey; the term raptor is sometimes restricted to birds of the order Falconiformes (hawks, eagles, falcons, and their allies). ... [3 related articles]
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Raptor

Raptor is a firewall that provides real-time securiy for computer networks.
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raptor

(L: rapere to seize; rapt seized; raptor ravisher/plunderer) bird of prey, like owl, falcon, etc..
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Raptor

[Cedar Point] Raptor is a steel inverted roller coaster designed by Bolliger & Mabillard at Cedar Point in Sandusky, Ohio, United States. When built in 1994, it broke many records and held many firsts when it opened. Instead of having a short layout designed to fit into a compact area like Batman: The Ride, Raptor was designed with a larger...
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RAPTOR

Reconnaissance Airborne Pod Tornado (RAPTOR) is a reconnaissance pod used by the Royal Air Force on its fleet of Tornado GR.4A and GR.4 aircraft. RAPTOR is manufactured by the Goodrich Corporation. The RAPTOR contains a DB-110 reconnaissance sensor, an imagery data recording system and an air-to-ground data link system. The sensor is electro-optic...
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raptor

a bird of prey; including hawks, falcons, kites, eagles and owls
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Raptor

A bird of prey, adapted for seizing and tearing prey.
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Raptor

A predatory bird.
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RAPTOR

From the Latin meaning 'to seize'.
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RAPTOR

Bird of prey
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raptor

A bird of prey. All raptors have a sharp, curved beak and sharp talons.
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Raptor

Bird of prey, usually referring to a falcon, hawk, or owl.
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Raptor

a bird of prey with keen eyesight, a hooked beak and strong talons; from the French rapere, to seize and carry off
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Raptor

A bird that hunts and eats meat; also known as bird of prey. Raptors use their talons to catch their food and their strong, curved beaks for tearing food into bite-sized pieces. Falcons, hawks, eagles, and owls are raptors.
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Raptor

Birds with strongly hooked beaks and sharp talons for catching and tearing prey. Usually used with reference to the diurnal birds of prey (Falconiformes), but applies also to owls (Strigiformes). Generally hawks, eagles, falcons, and owls. These birds prey upon Mammals, smaller birds, and other animals. A bird of prey.
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Raptor

A bird of prey, characterized by a hooked bill and strong talons. Raptors commonly found in the slough watershed include White-Tailed kites, Northern Harriers, and Red-shouldered and Red-tailed Hawks.
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