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codling

1, codlin
any unripe apple

codling

2
a codfish, esp a young one
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Tommy Tate fished Hendon's suicide rock to win Cleadon's match with five codling for 14lb 6oz.
Dan Kislingbury fished razor, squid and rag to take ten Codling all between 2lb and 3lb, most of which were returned to the water, except for a couple which were deep hooked.
Match Two: 1 Mick Smith (one pollack and one codling - 4lb 7oz); 2 Darren Dalton (two codling and one coalfish - 3lb 15oz); 3 Stan Preston (two flounder - 2lb 1.
Late on Codling fired over and Everton has to settle for a point.
Codling is set to work with new backs coach Lee Jarvis, while the long-serving Howard Stone is set to continue working with the forwards.
Normally, growers sprayed up to six times per year for codling moths and four to six more times for leafrollers, aphids, and other secondary pests.
Codling (40) was suspended by the Labour Party after the fracas and is now waiting to hear if he will be allowed back into the Party.
Photo: London Suede - Simon Gilbert, left, Brett Anderson, Neil Codling, Mat Osman and Richard Oakes - will appear Wednesday and Thursday in sold-out shows at the El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles.
CheckMate CM uses a patented controlled release delivery system to release codlemone, a pheromone which disrupts mating in codling moths.
The beaches are still producing a few codling and whiting at night, with black lug and lugworm both working well.
Seahouses and Druridge produced the winning bags in Amble's match, Ken Middlemist winning with two cod and a coalfish for 13lb 3oz - including a cod of 7lb 7oz - and Fluff Anderson taking five codling for 11lb 10oz, the best bags of a near-120lb weigh-in.
The club's next match in midweek was slightly better with rougher seas encouraging codling inshore.