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“He points out that the Aquilegia (columbine) comes from the Latin aquila, an eagle, and lego, to gather.”
“The two birds, taken from another pictorial alphabet, are a pie (pica) which calls to mind the letter P and thus predicatio, and an eagle (aquila) which represents A and thus applicatio.”
“The endemic Ascension frigatebird (Fregata aquila), which subsists on food stolen from other birds, lives on Boatswain Island exclusively now.”
“Among species found in the LME are Raja fullonica, Sciaena aquila, and Syngnathus algeriensis.”
“David Ackroyd, Chief Executive at aquila added: “I am confident that administrator 6 will continue our excellent reputation for developing and delivering innovative, high quality software, which allows our clients to get to market quickly with compelling product and service propositions.””
“With the release of administrator 6, software provider aquila has launched the only configurable annuity and payments package in the UK market that can deal with the post A-Day environment.”
“For almost ten years aquila has delivered quality products to the Financial Services market and includes in its clients many of the top UK insurers, international fund managers and major BPO players.”
“Keeping ahead of the market aquila releases software to support developments in pensions, investments and annuities.”
“Horace clipped and squared his blocks more carefully before he laid the monument which imber edax, or aquila impotens, or fuga temporum might assail in vain.”
“AQUI aqui aquila! then we had this cooool class cheer!”
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1815 edition; ed. William Burney (London: Chatham Publishing, 2006).
I like bird names, raptors in particular. That's all.
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