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“But I considered it a privilege on a beautiful spring morning to walk through the still-sleeping zoo, past the birds-of-prey area—golden and bald eagles, condors and a snowy owl who examined us as if we had a screw loose.”
“While Whitehead did not entirely abandon filmmaking in the 1970s, making a Led Zepplin concert-pic in 1970, Daddy in 1972, and Fire in the Water in 1977, the passion of his past three and a half decades has largely been devoted to majestic birds-of-prey.”
“Inventing a need for themselves is something of a tradition among mercenary birds-of-prey who somehow get us to stay still while they, all beak and talon, swoop down on our treasuries, our health, and our morality.”
“Ultrasonic alarm calls might be beneficial because many of the birds-of-prey that catch and eat squirrels cannot hear them.”
“The other cruisers and all four visible birds-of-prey were hit as a shot struck the Enterprise.”
“Four birds-of-prey were at station between the six larger battle cruisers and fast-attack frigates, all of which remained respectfully—if barely—aft of the Federation flagship.”
“Among birds-of-prey, where also the female form is larger and stronger than the male, the psychic differences seem very small.”
“Cloaks aboard the obsolete D-12 series of Klingon birds-of-prey contained defective plasma coils that could be triggered by a low-level ionic pulse.”
“In and out of that cloud, the rakish and deadly shapes of Grand Fleet shuttles could be seen all day, ferrying troops and equipment up to the birds-of-prey, the great starships presently in orbit.”
“Indian farmers grow sunflowers and build perches to encourage owls and birds-of-prey to perch in their fields and eat rodents.”
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