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hake:

see codcod,
member of the large family Gadidae, comprising commercially important food fishes. The family, whose members are found in the N Atlantic and Pacific, includes the tomcods, the haddock, and the pollacks (or pollocks).
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hake

1. any gadoid food fish of the genus Merluccius, such as M. merluccius (European hake), of the N hemisphere, having an elongated body with a large head and two dorsal fins
2. any North American fish of the genus Urophycis, similar and related to Merluccius species
3. Austral another name for barracouta
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The age data obtained from the subsamples of Argentine hake were used to determine the age structure of females that had skipped spawning and reproductive females for each survey.
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European hake is a deep-water fish of the cod family, caught mainly using bottom and pelagic trawls.
Seafood Cornwall aims to maximise the value of fish landed in the county and has been working closely with vessels catching megrim and hake to ensure consistently high landing quality.
Ecologically, Pacific hake play a dominant and key trophic role in the CCLME both as predator on euphausiids such as Euphausia pacifica and Thysanoessa spinifera, shrimp such as Pandahtsjordani, and smaller finfishes such as the Pacific herring, Clupea harengus pallasi, and as prey for other Pacific hake, larger finfishes such as lingcod, Ophidon elongatus, large invertebrates such as Humboldt squid, Dosidicus gigas, seabirds such as the sooty shearwater, Puffinus griseus, and marine mammals such as the California sea lion, Zalophus californianus californianus (Livingston and Bailey, 1985; Buckley and Livingston, 1997; Baraff and Loughlin, 2000; Field et al.
Hake, a neurologist at the Indiana University Center for Aging Research, Indianapolis.
He was aboard the boat Laura Jane, around 15 miles off Hartlepool when the hake snapped up the bait and put up a terrific battle.
There are also more elaborate items like the Sicilian Sea Fantasy (Kingclip, hake, crab, squid, shrimp and clams cooked in a sauce of fish broth, olives, capers and orchard products), and specialties like Scallops & Hake in Green Pepper Sauce.
Recently, Cindy Hake, a CMS senior policy analyst and a frequent presenter at the American Association of Nurse Assessment Coordinators (AANAC) national meetings, described these initiatives in some detail in an interv iew with Nursing Homes/Long Term Care Management Editor Richard L.
The latest addition to the Gratin range is the Findus Hake Gratin Florentine, which consists of 100% prime hake fillet topped with crispy crumbs and seasoned spinach.
State regulators hake been asked to determine whether other companies engaged in race-based practices that haven't been corrected and to seek a national negotiated settlement with each of the affected insurance companies.