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conger

any large marine eel of the family Congridae, esp Conger conger, occurring in temperate and tropical coastal waters
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Newport SAC fished their match at Goldcliff, which was won by Dave Leader with three rays and a conger eel for 11.18 kg.
Conger told a group of new intelligence officers, "I was one of
Conger was reported to have described his discovery as being one of the healthiest stretches of land "not surpassed by any other in the Western States." He had a vision to turn it into a thriving town and thoroughfare for ships.
Dubai: Swiss Military, a credible brand recently unveiled the Conger Nero Auto watches this season in the UAE.
While Wehby has no experience in elective office and is at times sketchy on issues such as forest management and climate change, Conger has a more extensive political rsum and has shown, despite his right-leaning views, that he can compete against Democrats, winning election twice in Bend's 54th District, where Democrats outnumber Republicans.
(http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/132297/conger-eel) Conger eels are commonly found off the British coast.
They are renowned for their fighting power when hooked on rod and line and anglers are aware of the teeth and ferocious bite of the conger eel.
She was born in Worcester, the daughter of Edmund and Beatrice (Hull) Conger. Ruth worked for the Worcester Public Schools for 20 years, retiring in 1985.
Reynold Conger worked as a scientist and an engineer in the paper industry.
Beach Conger (author); IT'S PROBABLY NOTHING; Chelsea Green (Nonfiction: Autobiography & Memoir) $17.95 ISBN: 9781603583848
SHOPPERS were lining up to do the "Conger" at Birmingham's Bull Ring market when two giant eels went on sale.
Conger CPA PA has changed its name to Conger Wealth Management.