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conger

any large marine eel of the family Congridae, esp Conger conger, occurring in temperate and tropical coastal waters
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His given name is Hyun Choi Conger, and he received the name ``Hank'' from his grandfather in reference to slugger Hank Aaron.
No such spooky problems for Bob Leighfield, a 45-year-old painter from Swindon, Wiltshire, when he hooked a towering 6ft 9in English Channel conger (pictured) that scaled a cool 75lb.
Derek's conger was the biggest landed in the whole of the UK this year.
In the Conger Field in West Texas, Range currently has two rigs operating and has drilled the first 4 (4.
Rhondda club Odyssey SAC boat fished out of Penarth and top catch on Wayne Cook's boat Escape was 78lb of rays, conger, dogfish and cod taken by Penygraig postman Neil Herbert.
After practicing as a financial adviser with AFG for 20 years, Conger opened up her own firm Sept.
Two years ago, she became only the second woman to win the elite British Conger Club Championship in the club's 40-year history.
Conger had been among the union leaders announcing a second lawsuit at a press conference Wednesday, the same day fire roared through Lake Arrowhead and claimed the life of a firefighter in San Diego County.
Last night, it was revealed he and nurse Conger, 34, had signed an annulment agreement before they married in front of 23million viewers and would be using it.
In Sterling County, a two-rig program will begin later this month in the Conger Field, where 25 wells are scheduled for 2004.
Scott Clarke boated six conger eels for a winning score of 51 points while Andy Kimber earned 48 points with his conger, dogfish and ray.