Vulture is a patient bird meaning

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The Vulture Is a Patient Bird by James Hadley Chase

Kahlenberg, millionaire and a compulsive collector of art treasures steals a famous poison ring, once owned by Caesar Borgia, from a rival collector.
Kahlenbergs museum is hidden in the Drakensberg range and can only be reached through the dangerous swamps and the steamy heat of the Basutoland jungle.

A Criminal, a professional Smuggler and a White Hunter together with a beautiful woman to act as their Trojan Horse are hired to recover the ring.
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Vulture Meaning

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Vulture is the name given to two groups of convergently evolved, usually scavenging birds of prey: the New World vultures, including the Californian and Andean condors; and the Old World vultures, including the birds that are seen scavenging on carcasses of dead animals on African plains. The Vulture is a Patient Bird. Apogee Journal. A brilliant but sadistic safe-breaker; a beautiful seductress; an expert young hunter and an ace pilot with a shady. It would keep a safe distance but have a direct view of its prey and would only go to it when a swarm of flies signal the end of life for the animal.

Accipitridae Aegypiinae Cathartidae.
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Post a Comment. It is often the case that prolonged silence indicates the presence of something ominous. The existence of this thing is unseen. Still, you know it's out there Perhaps you recall that classic Star Trek episode "That Which Survives", where the beautiful female alien Losira, played by Lee Meriwether, materializes out of nowhere, approaches one of the landing party and invitingly says: "I am for you". She then touches the body, inflicts great pain, causing death.

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