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- The light-winged lesser house bat (Scotoecus albofuscus) is a species of vesper bat. It can be found in Benin, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ivory...
- hussars (/həˈzɑːr/, /həˈsɑːr/, or /hʊˈzɑːr/; Polish: Husaria [xuˈsarja]), or Winged hussars, were one of the main types of Polish cavalry in Poland and in the...
- dark brown. Seeds and insects make up the bulk of the red-winged blackbird's diet. The red-winged blackbird is one of 11 species in the genus Agelaius and...
- represent light. Irish poet W. B. Yeats wrote of imagining a winged beast that he ****ociated with ecstatic destruction. The beast took the form of a winged unicorn...
- broad-winged hawk occurs throughout much of continental eastern North America. B. p. brunnescensDanforth & Smyth, 1935: The Puerto Rican broad-winged hawk...
- The Light Wing AC4 is a Swiss ultralight and light-sport aircraft, designed by Hans Gygax and produced by Light Wing AG of Stans. The aircraft was publicly...
- yellow in autumn before they fall. The flowers are catkins and the light, winged seeds get widely scattered by the wind. The silver birch is a hardy...
- their winged light to "The fallen" at the end of the game. Ascended candles are exchanged with spirits for "wing buffs", which give players extra Winged Light...
- Thackeray's novel The Virginians. Keats addresses the nightingale as "light-winged Dryad of the trees", in his "Ode to a Nightingale". In Ezra Pound's Pisan...
- to form the modern-day Ice pigeon: one was light-winged with dark eyes, and another one or two had black wing markings and reddish eyes. The Ice pigeon...
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