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coho

[′kō‚hō]
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The 'experienced' assistants were composed of one COHO and three dental assistants, while the four 'inexperienced' assistants were all dental assistants.
The river's tributaries produce more adult cohos than the entire state of Oregon.
The lodge offers a 20-minute video of what it calls "Kamikaze Cohos on Drys" for $20, including postage.
Samples of a hundred to two hundred salmon were sorted--sockeyes, chums, cohos, chinooks, and humpies--and weighed in purselike nets to get an estimate of species proportions; both this estimate and the total salmon weight were recorded and then relayed by radio to the Department of Fish and Game.
Alaska sockeye accounted for less than 20% of Japanese salmon and trout imports last year, versus 47% in 1994, while the share for Chilean cohos increased from 9% to 23% during the same period.
There are more jellyfish, fewer pink salmon, a spotting of stray sea lions, a change in the way the cohos run the beach--every year something different, surprises, patterns within a pattern.
Because Japan boasts a per capita seafood consumption of over 130 pounds per year--one of the world's highest, says Luis Enrique Ruiz Mandiola, sales manager at Pesquera Mares Australes, the industry has been oriented toward Japan, with most companies producing cohos, which are smaller, silvery salmon with bright red flesh, which the Japanese prefer for raw dishes.
Just inside the building, a school of 150 salmon, cast in fiberglass from real cohos, "swims" overhead.
This burst of growth gives these cohos a distinct advantage for survival at sea when they eventually leave the freshwater system.
This configuration ensures that the phase of the transmit signal is preserved in the RF and IF Cohos, respectively.
some Cohos and a scattering of the other species, are filled by hand by deft,