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see sunfishsunfish,
common name for members of the family Centrachidae, comprising numerous species of spiny-finned, freshwater fishes with deep, laterally flattened bodies found in temperate North America.
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Waal, seein' all those albums wuz gittin' more and more the fashion, I felt as of I'd like to hev one too, so I jest went up garrett an' hunted out this big blank book o' my father's for my album, an' then pasted Scrap-book on the kiver, for I meant to make mine a leetle different from the others, an' I guess you'll say I succeeded when you've looked it through.
Officers quickly swooped on the block of flats in Kiver Road, Holloway, North London at around 9.30am ordering the man to drop his weapon.
Within seconds of making her first cast ever, the nearly 7-year-old Annalise was dangling a kiver from the end of her rod.
For instance: Egypt In Africa Mesopo tamia Mero e the nile silica glass and brittle Sa hara, Tim buctu, Gao the hills of Ahafo, winds of the Niger, Kumasi and Kiver down the coiled Congo and down that black river -- ("Rights of Passage", III, 35)
COOS BAY - Professor Eugene Kiver of Eastern Washington University will give a talk titled "Catastrophic Ice Age Floods in the Pacific Northwest" on Saturday at 7 p.m.
Some words which give an idea of how words were once pronounced are kiver, meaning cover, mate for meat, kay for key, tay for tea, and ester for Easter.