Black Hawk

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... Black Hawk First game Samurai Shodown Edge of Destiny Designed by Senri Kita Fictional profile Birthplace America, Florida Fighting style His own two-handed ...
Black Hawk - Media and Other Uses
... Black Hawks, several birds of prey in the genus Buteogallus Blackhawk (DC Comics), an aviator comic book hero and leader of a team named Blackhawks Blackhawk (radio), a 1950 ABC radio series based on the comic book ...
Cedar Falls Township, Black Hawk County, Iowa
42°32′N 92°32′W / 42.53°N 92.53°W / 42.53 -92.53 Cedar Falls Township, Black Hawk County — Township — Country United States State Iowa County Black Hawk Area ...
List Of 2002 Box Office Number-one Films In The United States
... of the Ring $16,201,260 3 02002-01-20January 20, 2002 Black Hawk Down $28,611,736 Black Hawk Down broke Save the Last Dance's record ($23.4 mil) for the. 4 02002-01-27January 27, 2002 Black Hawk Down $17,012,268 5 02002-02-03February 3, 2002 Black Hawk Down $11,112,555 6 02002-02-10February 10, 2002 Collateral Damage $15,058,432 7 ... $37,162,787 27 02002-07-07July 7, 2002 Men in Black II $52,148,751 Men in Black II broke Men in Black's record ($51.1 mil) for the highest Fourth of July weekend debut ...
Cuban Black Hawk
... The Cuban Black Hawk (Buteogallus gundlachii) is a bird of prey in the family Accipitridae, which also includes the eagles, hawks and Old World vultures ... been considered a subspecies of the Common Black Hawk (B ...

Famous quotes containing the words hawk and/or black:

    Instead of the scream of a fish hawk scaring the fishes, is heard the whistle of the steam-engine, arousing a country to its progress.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Winter lies too long in country towns; hangs on until it is stale and shabby, old and sullen. On the farm the weather was the great fact, and men’s affairs went on underneath it, as the streams creep under the ice. But in Black Hawk the scene of human life was spread out shrunken and pinched, frozen down to the bare stalk.
    Willa Cather (1873–1947)