About a year ago, peregrine Financial CEO Russell Wasendorf Sr. was found attempting to kill himself in his car.
Hero peregrine – Actress Cree Summer gave this name to her daughter, who joined sister Brave Littlewing.
Goshawks may have more than the small hawks, but not so much as a peregrine.
Then glancing aloft, he understood how it was that the peregrine had been recognised.
Of course it is very difficult to do this, as twenty or thirty miles more or less is a mere exercise canter for a peregrine.
It was as large as the peregrine itself—certainly as large as the cutter.
The peregrine is as sound as a bell, they say—ah, she is a good ship!
The chief fault in the character of young peregrine Orme was that he was so young.
Sir peregrine could not refuse to transmit the Judge's missive, but he took good care to malign him in an accompanying despatch.
For young peregrine there was no need of competitive struggles.
also peregrin, type of falcon, 1550s, short for peregrine falcon (late 14c.), from Old French faulcon pelerin (mid-13c.), from Medieval Latin falco peregrinus, from Latin peregrinus "coming from foreign parts" (see peregrination). Sense may have been a bird "caught in transit," as opposed to one taken from the nest. Peregrine as an adjective in English meaning "not native, foreign" is attested from 1520s.