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  • It was the name Alexander Kingbird had taken when he formed the Red Boyz, a name with a simple meaning: Hawk.

    Red Knife

  • It was the name Alexander Kingbird had taken when he formed the Red Boyz, a name with a simple meaning: Hawk.

    Red Knife

  • It was the name Alexander Kingbird had taken when he formed the Red Boyz, a name with a simple meaning: Hawk.

    Red Knife

  • It was the name Alexander Kingbird had taken when he formed the Red Boyz, a name with a simple meaning: Hawk.

    Red Knife

  • In a year of frenzied international breeding programmes, CIMMYT and national labs cross-bred a wheat variety called Kingbird - which carries the new gene complex - with high-yielding varieties of wheat adapted for different regions, and tested the results against Ug99 in infected regions of Africa.

    New Scientist - Online News

  • (THE WATER PEWEE) "Smaller, but not a whit less active than the Kingbird is the Phoebe or

    Citizen Bird Scenes from Bird-Life in Plain English for Beginners

  • Now there is a war coming ever since Alexander Kingbird formed the gang the Red Boyz, who affirm that Anglo law does not apply to them; rumors fly they are part of the illegal drug pipeline.

    Red Knife-William Kent Kreuger « The Merry Genre Go Round Reviews

  • Buck Reinhardt want the leader of the Red Boyz gang dead as Kingbird defies the law hiding Thunder on the Rez.

    Red Knife-William Kent Kreuger « The Merry Genre Go Round Reviews

  • Not only had he promised to step back from the aftermath of the Kingbird killings, what he was contemplating at the moment—pressing Buck Reinhardt for answers—was none of his business at all.

    Red Knife

  • Kingbird stood up, turned his back, and walked away.

    Red Knife

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