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This Turkey Vulture was admitted mid-winter of 1988. In early fall, Turkey Vultures migrate from Colorado to the gulf coast and into South America. So when RMRP received a call in mid-winter about a Turkey Vulture on the ground in a pasture, we already knew he was in trouble. Diagnostics revealed that he had an old, healed fracture of the left wrist and severe arthritis, which is often associated with old fractures. This gives him a wing droop and makes it so that he cannot fly more than short distances. In addition to their yearly migration, Turkey Vultures may fly hundreds of miles per day to find dead things to eat.




Reply 1988 08.mp4


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Turkey vultures are known to be intelligent, shy, and mischievous creatures. This bird, although having been with us since 1988, is no exception to this. As an educational ambassador, he teaches people that Turkey Vultures are not only beautiful up close, with their iridescent feathers and vivid red heads, but they are important garbage collectors of the world. At every event he attends, this bird fosters appreciation for the numerous, amazing adaptations vultures have evolved. He has grown a loyal following of fans throughout Northern Colorado.


This book investigates the musical elements that define the style of guitarist Toninho Horta, focusing on his harmonic conception. My methodology consisted of transcriptions and analyses of recordings from three albums: Diamond Land (1988), Moonstone (1989) and Once I Loved (1992). Horta uses unorthodox chord extensions and voicings, along with inventive voice leading choices for common progressions, characterizing a sophisticated harmonic conception. Observations about his rhythmic approach to Bossa Nova and interpretative techniques are also featured, providing a full picture of his style.


Camenati are you gonna block me for edit warring? The Disney+ Originals logo is seen at the beginning of Better Nate Than Ever and Hollywood Stargirl. SuperMax124 thinks that this logo was seen but it was, the user was lying all along. Blue2000 (talk) 16:01, 9 June 2022 (UTC)Reply[reply]


Camenati, why didn't you do my latest request yesterday to create your pages? You supposed to do them yesterday, not today! Please do my latest request yesterday please. Prodigy012 (talk) 07:40, 10 July 2022 (UTC)Reply[reply]


You are a lot better at working with images than me. After half a year being too nervous to add them to the page, I finally added my captures of the current idents to France 3 (France). Except, only some of them are there. I'm a total wimp with source editing and as such I apparently did something that causes some of the images to show up as just text within the gallery. What did I do wrong? I'm asking you because you really are the master of images on this wiki. AlmightyKingPrawn (talk) 04:19, 6 July 2022 (UTC)Reply[reply]


Don't forget Filmograph's RealD 3D logo! -3d I'm saying this because it doesn't seem to be on YouTube. I'll be describing the Pikmin logo very soon. AlmightyKingPrawn (talk) 20:15, 12 July 2022 (UTC)Reply[reply]


I know you get tons of requests, and it's probably super annoying, but my dad watched a terrible Eric Roberts movie called The Elevator and showed me the beginning, which had, according to him, "the worst logo ever". It's far from that, but the D Star Entertainment logo is absolutely hilariously awful. It's also nowhere on the internet. I don't know how to rip logos outside of YouTube and Nintendo Switch, so can you do a capture of it, preferably both picture and video? That would be great. The film is on Tubi and in itself has almost zero info on it online. I'll be happy to describe this glorious piece of art once I have a video capture. AlmightyKingPrawn (talk) 18:12, 17 July 2022 (UTC)Reply[reply]


Just deleted your No Limits Fun page. We don't need CP producer pages on here, we have minors viewing and editing. Even with the NSFW template that's not the kind of thing we should be hosting. Talk Edits 00:40, 21 July 2022 (UTC)Reply[reply]


Hey Camenati, could you please expand the Logo Variations - Trailers - 20th Century Studios page please? Using the pics from the old CLG Wiki. (Visit my talk page!) 09:39, 1 August 2022 (UTC)Reply[reply]


Hey Camenati, should we merge the Bazal and Cheetah Television pages altogether. It is clear that Bazal and Endemol UK Productions/Cheetah Television are technically the same company. --RSX-798 (talk) 08:45, 1 September 2022 (UTC)Reply[reply]


Hello Camenati, i recently renamed the article DRG (UK) to NENT Studios UK, so can you please add descriptions and images for it very please? Thanks. Blue2000 (talk) 21:12, 16 September 2022 (UTC)Reply[reply]


Also of note, the slanted and underlined BBC logo which was designed by Michael Peters was actually introduced in 1986, according to this: -may-1997/5m-bbc-logo-will-save-cash/ Michael Kenchington (talk) 10:47, 18 September 2022 (UTC)Reply[reply]


I would like to give a really big thanks for your work on Delirium Films (Serbia). I discoved those logos, put their outlines on the page, was stopped from doing more by something I had to do in real life that I don't remember, and... just kind of forgot the page amidst the hundreds others on the wiki that needed cleanup. I am incredibly embarrassed. This is why I made a sandbox yesterday. Thank you for fixing my dumb mistake. AlmightyKingPrawn (talk) 19:36, 22 September 2022 (UTC)Reply[reply]


Hey Camenati, I found the Disney Interactive logo and the 1985 Walt Disney Pictures logo (with the white line glowing) from the 1996 UK VHS of Disney's Pocahontas! In the Disney Interactive logo, John Sachs says "Coming Soon from Disney Interactive". In the still logo of 1985 Walt Disney Pictures with a white line glowing, John Sachs says "Keep watching after the Pocahontas feature, for an exclusive preview of Disney's 34th animated feature, The Hunchback of Notre Dame". Can you add them? (Source: =oVQQ97w1uaM) --RSX-798 (talk) 00:49, 14 November 2022 (UTC)Reply[reply]


Hey. Do you take screenshots to create logo captures? I am curious because it appears that if there is a video on a page but not an image, you manage to find an image of the logo so quickly, no matter how rare the logo is. Additionally, if this is the method you use in order to make logo captures, could you please tell me if you have any other things you do to the screenshot before uploading it? Jecken (talk) 00:25, 19 November 2022 (UTC)Reply[reply]


Hey. Now I'm curious how you manage to report multiple accounts, such as this report. I recently made a report myself that mentions another account, but I don't know how to report both at the same time. Can you please tell me what you do in order to report multiple accounts? Jecken (talk) 19:49, 21 November 2022 (UTC)Reply[reply]


Hi, as a reminder, please remember to tag any image you upload with the appropriate copyright license(s). We ask this to make sure that the wiki remains compliant with the United Kingdom's fair dealing system. Thank you! HibiscusCrown20 (talk) 16:52, 22 February 2023 (UTC)Reply[reply]


DescriptionThe McLaren MP4/4 goes down in the annals of Formula One history as one of the most successful Formula One car designs of all time. Although it competed in the 1988 FIA Formula One World Championship it still to this day holds the record as the most dominant single season car to complete in Formula One, winning all but one race and taking all but one pole position with its drivers Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost.


Top McLaren brass were waiting at the Milan airport after the 1988 Italian Grand Prix when discussion of a McLaren road car began. Buoyed by their dominance that season, Ron Dennis, partial TAG-owner Mansour Ojjeh, and engineering extraordinaire Gordon Murray envisioned a lightweight, high-powered supercar that would define the genre and embarrass previous offerings from the likes of Ferrari and Porsche. Production of the uncompromising, price no object McLaren F1 began in the next decade, and approximately 100 cars were built.


Statistically, the MP4/4 is the most dominant and successful F1 car of all time. Winning 15 of the 16 races during the 1988 season, the MP4/4 has a success rate of just over 93%. The closest another car has come to breaking this record is Mercedes with their W07 in 2016, having a success rate of 90% and winning 19 of the 21 races that season.


The car was initially designed to be used with the turbocharged Honda unit, giving the McLaren team a distinct advantage over their rivals who decided to switch to naturally aspirated engines. It was also widely speculated that Honda would introduce their V10 engine for the 1988 season. Ron Dennis then later confirmed that the V10 engine was not part of the plan for 1988.


For the 1988 season, six chassis were constructed using carbon fibre monocoque technology, with thee assistance of American aerospace company, Hercules Aerospace. Numbered 1 through 6, they were all used throughout the year at some point.


Jeremy moved to the heart of Silicon Valley in 1988, was introduced to digital paint in 1991 and became a full-time professional artist in 1994, exploring the latest digital paint tools and technologies. His work represents and interprets life in a colorful and vibrant way, inspired by great colorists such as Claude Monet and Henri Matisse.


One question relates to a point raised by previous reviewer 3 and the authors' reply that membrane formation during initial colonization is supported by vesicles. Would a photosynthetic nurse plant be able to provide the lipids for vesicle formation and thus lipids that could be sourced to form new arbuscules (as pointed out before)? Please discuss. 041b061a72


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