an Old World falcon, Falco cherrug, used in falconry.
a light field gun that is smaller than a demiculverin and fires a shot weighing 6 pounds (4.5 kg) or less.
a large falcon, Falco cherrug, of E Europe and central Asia: used in falconry
noun 1. cause, account, interest, or benefit: for the sake of all students. 2. purpose or end: for the sake of appearances. noun 1. a Japanese fermented, mildly alcoholic beverage made from rice. noun 1. benefit or interest (esp in the phrase for (someone’s or one’s own) sake) 2. the purpose of obtaining or achieving […]
noun a martini cocktail made with saké Examples Some purist martini drinkers feel the saketini is another insult to the integrity of their beloved classic cocktail. Word Origin 1959
noun 1. an island of the Russian Federation in the Sea of Okhotsk, N of Japan: formerly (1905-45) divided between the Soviet Union and Japan. 29,100 sq. mi. (75,369 sq. km). noun 1. an island in the Sea of Okhotsk, off the SE coast of Russia north of Japan: fishing, forestry, and mineral resources (coal […]
- Sakha republic
/Russian ˈsaxa/ noun 1. an administrative division in E Russia, in NE Siberia on the Arctic Ocean: the coldest inhabited region of the world; it has rich mineral resources. Capital: Yakutsk. Pop: 948 100 (2002). Area: 3 103 200 sq km (1 197 760 sq miles)