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  • These appeared to be of the species called hawkes-bill; the shells and skins, as also their fat, were of a red tinge, and they had longer necks than the turtle procured at Wellesley's Islands, to which they were much inferior, both in size and quality.

    A Voyage to Terra Australis — Volume 2

  • Wow, this anonymus guy/girl can not be serious! just because you don´t get hawkes story you are that angry?

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  • The hawkes are lured to sease vpon the beasts neckes or heads, which with chafing of themselues and sore beating of the hawkes are tired: then the hunter following his game doeth slay the horse with his arrow or sword.

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation

  • There are many wild horses which the Tartars doe many times kil with their hawkes, and that in this order.

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation

  • Oh hell no i hate the hawkes but come on not the pies i hate the pies and there cocky fat fans Eddie is gonna be talking this up all dam week

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  • Headline inflation is going to rise further in March and April, and sadly that will see too many doom and gloom rate hike hawkes get too much air time.

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  • I do not know the kind of turtle most common in the Strait; at Booby Isle they were hawkes-bill, which furnish the finest tortoise shell, but are small and not the best for food.

    A Voyage to Terra Australis — Volume 2

  • He speaking of the strength of hawkes, which will strike a fowle to the ground with that force that shall make the fowle rebound a great way from ground, which no force of man or art can do, but it was very pleasant to hear what reasons he and another, one Ballard, a rich man of the same Company of Leathersellers of which the Joyces are, did give for this.

    Diary of Samuel Pepys — Complete 1663 N.S.

  • I could not see the Embassador in his coach; but his attendants in their habits and fur caps very handsome, comely men, and most of them with hawkes upon their fists to present to the

    Diary of Samuel Pepys — Complete 1662 N.S.

  • I could not see the Embassador in his coach; but his attendants in their habits and fur caps very handsome, comely men, and most of them with hawkes upon their fists to present to the King.

    Diary of Samuel Pepys — Volume 19: November/December 1662

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