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- verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of
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Nigel picks up warbling radio bursts as it echolocates itself, endlessly sending its "name" and receiving back the reflected and scrambled world-picture painted by the same "name" - the canyon, the metallic scratchings, the superconductor sheets, the sky above which is a blank except for a low mutter from Ra.
Across The Sea Of Suns Benford, Gregory, 1941- 1984
Some species have wing spans up to five feet, eat fruit, and with one exception among their 173 species, do not echolocate (the Egyptian fruit bat Rousettus egyptiacus, is the only megabat that echolocates).
Wash Park Prophet 2009