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corbina

(kôrbē`nə): see croakercroaker,
member of the abundant and varied family Sciaenidae, carnivorous, spiny-finned fishes including the weakfishes, the drums, and the kingcroakers (or kingfish). The croaker has a compressed, elongated body similar to that of the bass.
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The commercial fishery for Gulf corvina is economically significant in the northern Gulf of California (Paredes et al.
Traugutt uses Gulf-caught corvina in a recipe that takes advantage of the fish's firm flesh.
Corvina is located in the company's offshore Block Z-1 in northwest Peru approximately 100 miles north of the Talara
Idade, crescimento e aspectos gerais da biologia da corvina Micropogon opercularis (Quoy e Gaimard, 1824) (Pisces Sciaenidae).
Orangemouth corvina (Cynoscion xanthulus) are present in two reservoirs and orangemouth corvina x spotted seatrout (C.
The Facility will be utilized as needed to meet the Company's 2009 capital expenditure budget for oil development at the Corvina and Albacora fields, both of which are located in offshore Block Z-1in Northwest Peru.
In addition to hand-carved turkey and glazed ham, the Thanksgiving brunch menu includes prime rib with bacon and onion roasted Brussels sprouts and seared corvina with herb-citrus beurre blanc and honey-scented haricot verts.
The main grape varieties are those that are also used to make lighter Valpolicella from fresh grapes, usually a blend of Corvina, Corvinone and Rondinella.
The shallow water buoyant tower will be located one mile from the existing CX-I1 platform in a water depth of 175 feet in the Corvina field in offshore block Z-1, with both platforms interconnected via a series of subsea pipelines.
com) the TB VALPOLICELLA SUPERIORE RIPASSO 2006, TOMASSO BUSSOLA, is a blend of 50% corvina, 40% rondinella and 10% molinara.
The three main grapes that produce Amarone are: Corvina, known as "the Queen of Veronese grapes," Corvinone, and the floral Rondinella.
But this deeply-hued dry rose - another blend, this time primarily featuring the local Corvina grape - is actually from the Bardolina sub-region along Lake Garda (yes, this is where it starts to get a bit complicated), so you may have already had a taste of it on a holiday there.