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VULTURVirtual Tape Unload Routine
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A 28-year-old female Andean condor (Vultur gryphus) housed in an outdoor exhibit at the National Aviary in Pittsburgh, PA, began showing signs of weakness.
Vultures have always been considered important due to their vital roles in ecology, tradition and aesthetics in the Subcontinent(Virani et al., 2002).
(30.) Mercure, Vultur et Fleury, Valeurs et attitudes des jeunes travailleurs, 177-98 ; Charles Fleury, << Allongement de la jeunesse et precarisation de l'emploi: un lien de causalite?
Taurul si un vultur rabdator asteapta trezirea artistului (toti fac parte din pictura)
(1) Consulter les auteurs suivants pour une recension des programmes visant la prevention du decrochage (Christenson & Thurlow, 2004; Cleary, Platten, & Nelson, 2008; Janosz, 2001; Potvin, Fortin, Marcotte, Royer, & Deslandes, 2004; Prevatt & Kelly, 2003; Robertson, 2005; Vultur, 2003)
CUTLINE: From left are Carol Vultur, co-president of the Friends of the Asa Waters Mansion, George C.
Going from hamlet to farmhouse, speaking in rural one-room schoolhouses and rustic churches, Nunez has patiently explained the wonders of vultur gryphus, the national bird here and in three other Andean countries.
villosus, 38%), piche patagonico (Zaedyus pichyi, 40%), zorro gris (27%), gato montes (Oncifelis geoffroyi, 3%), zorrino patagonico (Conepatus humboldtii, 63%), huron menor (Galictis cuja, 1%), condor (Vultur griphus, 5%), aguila mora (Geranoaetus melanoleucus, 37%), aguilucho comun (Buteo polyosoma, 11%), carancho (Polyoborus plancus, 78%), chimango (Mivalgo chimango, 11%), martineta comun (Eudromia elegans, 1%), cauquen comun (Chloephaga picta, 1%), gaviotas (Larus spp., 7%), y otras aves (12%, n = 73).