Gang warlords, locked down in Super Maxes like pelican Bay pass on instructions to thousands of followers.
John Grisham is the bestselling novelist of The Firm and The pelican Brief, among others.
I returned the following year with The pelican Brief, then The Client.
Something can happen in Whittier this morning and by the afternoon the brothers in pelican Bay know all about it.
At pelican Bay, there are no windows, and there is no reason not to have windows.
“That bad pelican bird came again in the night and chewed up all the ink,” said the engine man.
The pelican by this time had got rid of her load of fish and settled herself for conversation.
The affair of the Argus and the pelican was not calculated to inflate Yankee pride.
"It was only to her own people she could do that," said the pelican.
Another sign is the "pelican," of which there is an example in Aldermanbury.
Old English pellicane, from Late Latin pelecanus, from Greek pelekan "pelican" (so used by Aristotle), apparently related to pelekas "woodpecker" and pelekys "ax," perhaps so called from the shape of the bird's bill. Spelling influenced in Middle English by Old French pelican. Used in Septuagint to translate Hebrew qaath. The fancy that it feeds its young on its own blood is an Egyptian tradition properly belonging to some other bird. Louisiana has been known as the Pelican state at least since 1859.