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gurnard

, gurnet
any European marine scorpaenoid fish of the family Triglidae, such as Trigla lucerna (tub or yellow gurnard), having a heavily armoured head and finger-like pectoral fins
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Finally, he visits Oscar's Seafood Bistro in the city centre where head chef Michael O'Meara makes a healthy Red Gurnard dish.
Mark Lewis of Columbia Pet Services will serve as Gurnard's assistant director general and Andy Kottkamp of Kottkamp Yedinak, will serve as program director, which puts him in line to become the director general in the year 2018.
Victoria and Albert may have had a private beach, 51 flowerbeds and an ice room, but with nine kids on her hands I'm sure she would have been better off at the Gurnard Pines Holiday Village which has enough activities t o keep that many children entertained every moment of the day.
The Gurnard's Head, Cornwall THE WELCOME A proper stone-floored country pub.
His previous duty stations include Naval Air Systems Command, Patuxent River, Md.; USS Enterprise (CVN 65); Chief of Naval Operations, Arlington, Va.; Naval Inventory Control Point, Philadelphia; Commander, Naval Air Pacific, North Island, Calif.; USS Independence (CV 62); Navy Supply Corps School, Athens, Ga., and USS Gurnard (SSN 662).
But red gurnard, a favourite among those encouraging consumers to avoid the "big five" species - cod, haddock, salmon, tuna and prawns - fared less well because of insufficient knowledge about the stock and lack of management.
Tonight the first batch of 40 chefs are set the challenge of taking just seven ingredients, with squid, gurnard, apples and raisin, and within an hour making a dish of their choice.
With a theme of selling sustainable fish alternatives to cod, such as gurnard, local eatery The One Elm had a pop-up pub on the opposite side of the Avon to the RSC.
Gurnard were found to have a wide vocal repertoire, and maintained a constant chatter.
These species include Lobster, Dover Sole, Halibut, Turbot, Tuna, Squid, Mussels, Razor Clams, John Dory, Mackerel, Coley, Gurnard and Salmon.