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Seahawk

[see-hawk] /ˈsiˌhɔk/
noun
1.
a twin-engine, four-seat U.S. Navy helicopter used for surveillance, targeting, and antisubmarine warfare.
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  • The Seahawk was taken to Alger, and there Mrs. Godwin and her daughter were sold for slaves in the public market-place.

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