from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A Middle English form of peregrine.
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Uvver lolcal newz iz hatching ub 4 peregrin falcons ona rufe ub city hawl.
Crucifixum deum ignominiose Lucianus vita peregrin.
Fact鷐que est vt vaticinium regis Edward� Gr鎐is omnibus comprobatum, qui se a patribus accepisse iurarent, super dextrum illos latus quiescere: sed post introitum Anglorum in speluncam, veritatem peregrin� propheti� contubernalibus suis pr鎑icarunt.
Antioch in the fourth century [ "S. Silviæ (sic) peregrin.", ed. Gamurrini, Rome, 1887].
As the stunning animation below shows, the remarkable thing is that the Fibonacci series and the golden ratio seem to be beautifully manifested in various aspects of the natural world, from the spiral shape of the nautilus to the arrangement of petals in sunflowers and even the predatory flight of the peregrin falcon as it hones down on its unsuspecting prey.
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