In a lynx, however, Harry could take part in reconnaissance missions and transport passengers.
The lynx can be refueled like a car and will be able to fly four times a day.
I went to see the lynx being built at Mojave Air and Space Port, near Edwards Air Force Base in the California desert.
Some are also unhappy about the Italian sale of lynx armored personnel carriers to Russia.
A Royal Navy Pilot sits inside a lynx helicopter at RAF Odiham air base today ahead of a rehearsal for a Diamond Jubilee flypast.
One time, a good many years ago, I saw a lynx waiting to catch a beaver.
He came up to me, with his little lady watching him like a lynx.
"Thirty-two rabbits and two lynx," counted Connie as they loaded the toboggan.
He had not the nerve to fire and the lynx walked back to the woods.
The lynx and panther crouched among the branches, ready to spring on the unwary traveller.
mid-14c., from Latin lynx (source of Spanish, Portuguese, Italian lince), from Greek lyngz, perhaps from PIE *leuk- "light" (see light (n.)), in reference to its gleaming eyes or its ability to see in the dark.
If that men hadden eyghen of a beeste that highte lynx, so that the lokynge of folk myghte percen thurw the thynges that withstonden it. [Chaucer's "Boethius," c.1380]Cf. Lithuanian luzzis, Old High German luhs, German luchs, Old English lox, Dutch los, Swedish lo "lynx."
A language for large distributed networks, using remote procedure calls, developed by the University of Wisconsin in 1984.
["The Lynx Distributed Programming Language: Motivation, Design and Experience", M.L. Scott, Computer Langs 16:209-233 (1991)].