FALCON


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AcronymDefinition
FALCONFederal and Local Cops Organized Nationally
FALCONForce Application and Launch from the Continental United States
FALCONForward Area Language Converter (SYSTRAN)
FALCONFlint Area Library Cooperative Online Network (Flint, MI)
FALCONFuzzy Algorithms for Control
FALCONFrequency Agile Laser for Configurable Optical Networks
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Falcon Oil & Gas Ltd is an international oil & gas company engaged in the exploration and development of unconventional oil and gas assets, with the current portfolio focused in Australia, South Africa and Hungary.
yesterday as Falcon continued to head toward Taiwan.
The new Falcon Car Rental website has been designed to help viewers find exactly what they want in a luxury car rental.
Abu Dhabi: A total of 65 falcons have been released into the wild this year, as part of the Shaikh Zayed Falcon Release Programme, the Environment Agency Abu Dhabi (EAD) announced on Monday.
The first Falcon 2000 nose section produced by the Dassault Reliance Aerospace Limited (DRAL) manufacturing facility in Nagpur, India, will be also displayed during the show.
As well as falcon races and a beauty contest for the birds of prey, visitors to the festival have been able to enjoy exhibitions, theater entertainment and residential camps.
Covering about 650,000 square meters, Saudi Falcons Club seeks, through this festival, to gather falcon fans to exchange experience and knowledge in one place and time, encourage and support this kind of heritage and to introduce the cultural heritage of the peoples of the Arabian Peninsula, reflecting the Kingdom's interest in falcons and falconers.
The new Falcon 8X flagship will be on display and visitors will be able to experience virtual reality demonstrations of the 6X cabin at the Dassault chalet at the Dubai World Central Airport.
Declared endangered by the International Union for Conservation of Nature, the falcon was bred in captivity and fitted with a satellite tracking device as conservationists were interested in studying the bird's 5,000km plus migratory journey from Siberia all the way down to the coast of Pakistan.
Earlier on Aug 29, six poachers, four of them busy in falcon netting and two others, who were there to shoot down cranes (migratory birds), were arrested by the teams.
MULTAN -- A raiding squad of the wildlife department arrested six poachers and recovered hunting material from them in a proactive operation saving falcons and quails in Rojhan desert area of district Rajanpur Wednesday.