Many are caught by means of female elephants previously tamed, and trained to decoy males into the snares.
Since leaving Doctor Who, Tennant voiced a character in How to Train Your Dragon, filmed a pilot for NBC and roles in the remake of Fright Night, Decoy Bride and The Pirates!
decoy vehicles are used.
On the other hand, maybe Mertz figured she'd make a great decoy.
decoy receptor known as osteoprotegerin.
On a stretch of land, near the shoreline of the Mersey, is located a duck decoy dating from the 17th century.
Pages about related topics Some photos I took of a World War II bombing decoy near Kingston upon Hull.
Currently I've been working on a blind that entirely hides my shape under a huge goose decoy.
T here were two distinct decoy sites occupying the same location.
Regulated expression and release of the IL-1 decoy receptor in human mononuclear phagocytes.
The gunboats Beacon, Bittern, Condor, Cygnet and Decoy were to keep out of fire at first and seek opportunities of engaging the Meks batteries.
The Condor, followed by the Beacon, Bittern and Decoy, engaged Fort Marabout soon after 8 A.M.
Many are caught by means of female elephants previously tamed, and trained to decoy males into the snares prepared for subjecting them to captivity.
This was the location of a Q site decoy aerodrome for Methwold.
When infra-red homing is used decoy hot sources may be used to deflect the incoming weapon.
Once they have been hunted for 2 to 3 days they become decoy, call and flag shy.
I include decoys of these other species in my decoy spread just in case some of them show up.
This is why you wouldn't want to carve a duck decoy holding its head way up.
decoy airfield for Hatston (Kirkwall) during World War II.
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