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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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I boarded Nikaria II with the intention of landing the year's heaviest conger caught by a BCC woman member," she said.
Derek Gooch, who like the winner lives in Thomastown, took the prize for the heaviest fish with a 22lb conger but had to settle for second place with 170 points and third place went to Cardiff member Scott Clarke with a total of 160 points.
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 the interview, Conger tells Grasso that she is still considering a career in front of the camera.
Conger continued, "We plan to place all five (5) of the FONAR Stand-Up(TM) MRIs from this contract in the metro Phoenix market within the next year.
Nigel's conger is the eel thing CONGER eels around the 5lb mark are dismissed as "bootlaces" in Devon and Cornwall's lush fishing grounds.
The 31-year-old Tonyrefail carpenter fished by the Lighthouse pub and baited with red crab to catch one conger eel weighing 13kg and second weighing 1.
We are pleased with our exploration progress this year, culminating in major development projects at the Conger field in the Gulf and the Yuralpa field in Ecuador," said Jerry W.
Conger concluded, "Our management is very pleased with the performance of the Stand-Up(TM) MRI product, as well as the quality of the FONAR installation teams through these first few installations.
HOBBS Point, in Pembroke's busy dock, is the local hotspot for conger eels, skate and other fighting heavyweights.
Two conger eels, the best weighing 13lb, and a dogfish gave Ben White a winning 21lb 4oz in the Penarth SAC competition.
Raymond Damadian, president and founder of FONAR, said, "The Conger group is a highly-focused, dedicated and adept team.