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OWLS is a mnemonic used by general aviation airplane pilots to assess an unprepared surface for a precautionary landing.Like all mnemonics this check has become part of aviation culture and folklore. OWLS: Obstacles Wind direction Length of surface Surface condition and type
Owls is an emo indie rock band from Chicago, Illinois, active from 2001-2002, and now again in 2012. The band is composed of the original lineup of seminal experimental emo indie band Cap'n Jazz soon after its second breakup; Cap'n Jazz guitarist Davey von Bohlen, who played in the band's second incarnation, had gone on to found influential emo band The Promise Ring and did not participate in Owls. The band's lineup consisted of brothers Tim Kinsella and Mike Kinsella, along with guitarist Victor Villarreal and bassist Sam Zurick. Tim Kinsella and Zurick have also played together in Joan of Arc and Make Believe, and Villarreal and Zurick have played together in the instrumental-rock Ghosts and Vodka. The band dissolved in 2002. Mike Kinsella left to concentrate on his solo project, Owen. He was replaced by Ryan Rapsys. Owls recently reunited and began rehearsing in March 2012.
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The numerical value of owls in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of owls in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
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All owls do regurgitate small little pellets just of indigestible material because, unlike us, where (when) we eat a piece of meat we eat around the bone, birds of prey just eat the whole thing, for the small little bones they can’t digest, they just cough it back up.
There were no arrests but we just had to ward off some people. Everyone with a cell phone camera wanted to come down to see the snowy owls.
Who could do this to an owl, let alone one that is perhaps among the most well-known owls in the world.
Owls are voracious predators that hunt mostly at night using a very keen sense of hearing to help locate their prey.
We take all species here. We have hawks, owls, songbirds, snakes, turtles, possums, foxes, coyotes, armadillos, flying squirrels, chipmunks, you name it. We take everything.
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