This little hawk is one of the most active of the family, and from this fact it gets its name (Velox), meaning swift.
On the other hand, Velox got to know, trust, love and obey his master.
They then reopened the barn door, and Turner led Velox into the yard.
My barn was broken into about midnight and my horses Velox and Dolly stolen from it.
Now George knew that the time had come for Velox to use his utmost powers.
With this he again drove the spurs into Velox's side, and was off.
The Velox will then leave at once for Jaffa with the six gentlemen.
Our specimen of the Sharp-shinned Hawk is referred to Velox on the basis of the reddish, maculated breast, sides, and thighs.
The horse, Velox by name, was far and away better than any other he had ever possessed.
The son was delighted with the gift, and took the best care of Velox, often feeding him with his own hand.
type of paper made by a process patented 1893 by Leo Baekeland, who sold it to George Eastman in 1899 for $1 million and used the money to build the laboratory where he made great discoveries in plastics (see Bakelite).