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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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Although hakes are demersal fishes, they feed typically upon fast-moving pelagic prey that are ambushed in the water column (Alheit and Pitcher, 1995).
The rate of decline, however, seems to be slowing more than previously forecast by EIA, Hakes said.
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Having funded more than $1 billion in loans to c-stores, truck stops and petroleum retailers, FMAC continues to be the preeminent lender and adviser to the retail energy marketplace," concluded Hakes.
In October 2001, Mesa County, Colorado, rolled out both employee and manager self-service, a feature that has reduced calls to Hakes from 50 per month to just a handful.
If Fletcher's catch established the tight ends' presence, then Randy Hakes and Gabe Crecion substantiated it.
Don Hakes, president of FMAC's Energy Finance Group, said, "As the company that pioneered cash-flow lending to the petroleum retail industry, we're well positioned to aggressively pursue this opportunity to support Exxon's growth strategies across the nation.
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During his absence, sophomore Bryan Fletcher matured into UCLA's most athletic tight end, transfer Randy Hakes learned the system, and the Bruins signed Westlake's Mike Seidman, the top tight-end prospect in the West.