But he's right to assert the GOP's problem is deeper than orca and social media.
But on Tuesday, it became clear that the deployment of orca was doing more harm than good.
Why did Tilikum, the highly intelligent, 12,000 pound orca, kill his trainer?
Ekdahl first published his critique of orca on the conservative website Ace of Spades.
But one new fashion site uses just that—an orca whale—to model its clothes.
The orca swam slowly half around the body of her young, and apparently assured herself that it was dead.
Quillan withdrew the gun, slid it into a pocket, smiled down at orca.
Ramiro del' orca is a traitor who is plotting the death of his overlord.
orca is situated about three miles north of Cordova, in Cordova Bay.
Nor was this so much to be wondered at, for orca was every inch a prince, and a fine, manly fellow beside.
"killer whale," introduced as a generic term for the species by 1841, from earlier use in scientific names, from Latin orca "cetacean, a kind of whale." Earlier in English, orc, ork "large whale" (c.1590), from French orque, had been used vaguely of sea monsters (see orc).
Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, 1986. Similar to Modula-2, but with support for distributed programming using shared data objects, like Linda. A 'graph' data type removes the need for pointers. Version for the Amoeba OS, comes with Amoeba. "Orca: A Language for Distributed Processing", H.E. Bal firstname.lastname@example.org et al, SIGPLAN Notices 25(5):17-24 (May 1990).