A talon is a sharp claw of an animal, especially a bird of prey, such as a buzzard, eagle, falcon, hawk, or owl. It may also refer to:

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Airforce Airguns
... The original model named the Talon (Storm), was released in 1999 ... In the 2001 a second model was released, the Talon SS (Shadow) ... The Talon SS included a longer frame and shorter barrel ...
TALON (database)
... TALON (Threat and Local Observation Notice), is a database maintained by the United States Air Force after the September 11th terrorist attacks ... TALON reports are collected by various US Defense Department agencies including law enforcement, intelligence, counterintelligence and security, and are analyzed by a Pentagon agency ... The department is working on a new system which would replace TALON, but for the time being, information on force protection threats will be handled by the FBI’s Guardian ...
Coed Talon
... Coed Talon (also spelt "Coed-talon") is a small, formerly industrial village between Leeswood and Treuddyn in Flintshire, North Wales ... derived from the Welsh word coed ("wood") and the word talwrn, anglicised to "Talon", meaning a "hillside devoid of trees" or "threshing-floor" (perhaps ... of the London and North Western Railway, who in 1892 introduced a passenger service to Coed Talon, running over part of the Wrexham and Minera Joint Railway ...
Chicherin House - Kosikovsky House
... In this part of the building, on the first floor Frenchman Pierre Talon open restaurant Talon ... his novel in verse Evgeny Onegin he also sent there Onegin himself “ He's flown to Talon's, calculating he is certain that there already waits for him Kavérin ” —(A.S.Pushkin ... Onegin (translation Charles Johnston) “ To Talon's he has dashed off that there his friend Kavérin's waiting ” —Literal translation by Vladimir ...

Famous quotes containing the word talon:

    As well have a talon as a finger, a muzzle as a mouth,
    as well have a hollow as a heart.
    Robert Earl Hayden (1913–1980)

    When I was about thy years, Hal, I was not an eagle’s talon in the waist, I could have crept into any alderman’s thumb-ring.
    A plague of sighing and grief, it blows a man up like a
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)