In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(instinct) de volver al hogar(device/missile) buscador
- In one astounding example of determination and homing instinct, a leopard translocated from its range in South Africa walked 540 km home, the distance between Chennai and Hyderabad.
- He didn't look to the left, he didn't look to the right, he came straight in the door and ran straight down to my brother like a homing missile.
- These act like James Bond-esque homing devices and, through the use of either satellite and/or land-based radio technology, can pinpoint your vehicle if it is stolen.
- This means the shell is going to combine the qualities of a controlled and homing weapon.
- This aspect is more than a gimmicky distraction, as his tinkerings transform a fairly standard rocket launcher into a potent homing weapon that can track and fire upon four targets simultaneously.
- The arsenal of weapons include homing plasma guns, rockets, proximity grenades, Gattling guns and much more.
- Bomb varieties can be anything from a simple mortar to homing missiles that purposely land on either side of your enemy (in case he attempts to dodge).
- ‘We can't tell at this stage which of these two types of homing behavior the sea snakes are displaying,’ said Reed.
- This homing behavior has been documented in other parts of the globe.
- However, the German response was to develop the first homing torpedoes.
- Further employment of the infra-red spectrum may be found in aerial combat with the infra-red homing missile.
- Mines can be sown in deep water, and are propelled at high speed towards a target, like a miniature homing torpedo.
- Their homing abilities could also provide scientists with new clues to the long-debated role of the Earth's magnetic fields in animal movements and migrations.
- To see whether they have a homing ability, Boles caught more than 100 lobsters in different locations and transported them for about an hour in various deceptive ways to a test site.
- His truck had a homing device hidden under the front left wheel, and even the phones at work were tapped.
- It should now be clear that trying to settle this flock elsewhere is almost impossible bearing in mind their strong homing instincts.
- Over generations of grazing on the same land the flock has developed a homing instinct, which means that they do not stray from their pastures.
- It is armed with one homing torpedo, one torpedo rocket and twelve bombs.
- Often, in the mid-Atlantic, after forcing U-boats to crash-dive, carrier planes dropped homing torpedoes on the submarines.
- Jessie looked up from the remains of the homing device.
- The Manx shearwater has a phenomenal homing ability.
- Carbon dioxide acts like a homing device, guiding pesky mosquitoes to their dinner.
- It is also used with homing weapons and guided bombs.
- One principal area in the development of weapon systems is the creation of precision weapon systems using guided and homing missiles, rockets, projectiles, bombs, and other weaponry.
- Male black bears have remarkable homing instincts as well and have traveled great distances, some up to 400 miles, to return to their homestead.
- New types of torpedoes were hurried into production, the most important being the Mark 18 electric and the homing types.
- Homing behavior is known to occur in other reptiles, such as crocodiles and sea turtles.
- The sport of pigeon racing is built around a central mystery: the strange homing instinct of the pigeon.
- The Lynx adds considerably to the destroyer's firepower - it can fly at 180 knots, and has its own Sea Skua anti-ship missiles and homing torpedoes.
- It is an optically-sighted weapon, but also contains a heat-seeking homing device.
- Take the homing instinct: how do the pigeons do it?
- The relocation operation relies on the birds' excellent natural homing instinct, which compels them to return to the site where they hatched.
- The teams marked drop zones and set up radar homing devices to guide aircraft to there targets.
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