The gaping salmon and the golden mullet
lying on the slab seem to turn up their eyes sideways, as they would turn up their hands if they had any, in worshipping admiration.
Second place went to Colin Boagey with four flounders and 52 inches; Bob Galley caught a bass and a golden mullet
to come third with 26 inches while fish of the match was Neil Hatton's 25 inch long bass.
Golden mullet (Liza aurata) is one of the bony fish in the south basin of Caspian Sea which is a coastal migratory fish and important for food and roe.
The concentrations of Zn, Cu, Pb and Cd in golden mullet from the Iranian coastal waters of the Caspian Sea in Kiashahr port are presented in Table 1.
Winner Dean Parker included red mullet, golden mullet
, grey mullet, poorcod and pouting among the fish he caught.
As for the players who were the cream of the crop, here's my World Cup XI, which by the way, would be supported only by hand-picked female Brazilian and Swedish fans: Oliver Kahn (Germany), Carlos Puyol (Spain - winner of the Golden Mullet
award), Fernando Hierro (Spain), Lucio (Brazil), Roberto Carlos (Brazil), Dietmar Hamann (Germany), Kleberson (Brazil), Hasan Sas (Turkey), Damien Duff (Ireland), Ronaldo (Brazil), Rivaldo (Brazil).
The various symbols that the European Union has given itself in order to make the European idea tangible are very telling about the ideology of identity, especially the flag, with its "circle of twelve golden mullets
on an azure field." The article argues not only that such an emblem conveys an imperfectly European message, but also that it is misleading as a marker of identity: even more than the national flags--it obeys a static conception, instead of inviting the citizens to consider identity as a dynamic, structuring process, which is constructed in the midst of difference from oneself and in relation to others.