Definitions

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  • noun Common misspelling of kestrel.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Other threatened birds include lesser kestral (Falco naumanni), corncrake (Crex crex), and aquatic warbler (Acrocephalus paludicola).

    Central European mixed forests

  • And covering the kestral end of the spectrum is Rober J.

    Archive 2006-11-01

  • And covering the kestral end of the spectrum is Rober J.

    Archive 2006-03-01

  • And covering the kestral end of the spectrum is Rober J.

    Review of the Day: The True Story of Stellina

  • Sixty-five feet high and home to occasional kestral pairs, the roof is also an axis of fun for these extroverts and their robust circle of friends and family.

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  • Sixty-five feet high and home to occasional kestral pairs, the roof is also an axis of fun for these extroverts and their robust circle of friends and family.

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  • Sixty-five feet high and home to occasional kestral pairs, the roof is also an axis of fun for these extroverts and their robust circle of friends and family.

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  • Sixty-five feet high and home to occasional kestral pairs, the roof is also an axis of fun for these extroverts and their robust circle of friends and family.

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  • Sixty-five feet high and home to occasional kestral pairs, the roof is also an axis of fun for these extroverts and their robust circle of friends and family.

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  • Sixty-five feet high and home to occasional kestral pairs, the roof is also an axis of fun for these extroverts and their robust circle of friends and family.

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