Like the vulture that is my true nature I circled the trio with shutter continuously shooting every torn limb in extreme close up.
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To make your fortune, you need the eyes of a fox, the legs of a spider, and the wings of a vulture.
The difference only between the eagle and the vulture,—serenity or restlessness.
The stiff and crippled hand, with contracted fingers, resembled the claw of a vulture.
James B., like a vulture, had been hoping for a place on the crew for many a day.
The shadow of a vulture sailing passed slowly from side to side.
late 14c., from Anglo-French vultur, Old French voultour, from Latin vultur, earlier voltur, perhaps related to vellere "to pluck, to tear." Figurative sense is recorded from 1580s.
(1.) Heb. da'ah (Lev. 11:14). In the parallel passage (Deut. 14:13) the Hebrew word used is _ra'ah_, rendered "glede;" LXX., "gups;" Vulg., "milvus." A species of ravenous bird, distinguished for its rapid flight. "When used without the epithet 'red,' the name is commonly confined to the black kite. The habits of the bird bear out the allusion in Isa. 34:15, for it is, excepting during the winter three months, so numerous everywhere in Palestine as to be almost gregarious." (See EAGLE.) (2.) In Job 28:7 the Heb. 'ayyah is thus rendered. The word denotes a clamorous and a keen-sighted bird of prey. In Lev. 11:14 and Deut. 14:13 it is rendered "kite" (q.v.).