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kingfish,

common name for several fishes, among them certain membeers of the croakercroaker,
member of the abundant and varied family Sciaenidae, carnivorous, spiny-finned fishes including the weakfishes, the drums, and the kingcroakers (or kingfish). The croaker has a compressed, elongated body similar to that of the bass.
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 and pompanopompano
, common name for fishes of the genus Trachinotus, members of a large and important family (Carangidae) of mackerellike fishes, abundant in warm seas around the world.
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 families.
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Mirmira, Kalindi Jena, Dashrath Patel and Haku Shah use and adapt what they learnt at Sevagram, Devi himself crystallized his ideas in writing short books on how to make pottery tools, and teaching his students how to make kilns and wheels apart from the usual processes of making clays and glazes.
DATELINE: 13 JULY 2015, DHUNCHE VILLAGE & HAKU VILLAGE, RASUWA DISTRICT, NEPAL
Prunus Tai Haku THE great white cherry is out and has the largest flowers of all its type - big single white blooms set against the just-emerging young bronze foliage.
Prunus Tai Haku - the great white cherry is out and has the largest flowers of all its type - big single white blooms set against the just-emerging young bronze foliage.
15) In 1845, when the newspaper Ka Nonanona announced that its four years of publication life had come to an end, it asked its readers, "Owai ka mea nana e haku i wahi mele kanikau no'u, i malamaia ko'u inoa maikai?
Abbot explains: "Southern Pacific uses a German Mehler haku fabric for their boats, which is of top quality with welded seams and providing a six-year warranty.
Songs like the two Comanche Hymns, the Kiowa Hymn (two hymns plus a prayer song), the singular Cheyenne Hymn, address the specific spirituality of those tribes; Ke Aloha O ka Haku.
Rory Hie (69) of Indonesia was a further shot back alongside Song Young-Han (69) and Park Sung-Joon (67) of South Korea, Yoshikazu Haku (66) of Japan and Brad Kennedy (66) of Australia.
It is also one of the traditional 'Three Holy Mountains' along with Mount Tate and Mount Haku, both in central Japan.
Summary: Four-month old white river otter cub Haku delights fans in Tokyo, Japan.
Take Thai Haku [650,000gns] and Seeharn [950,000gns] for example - they were good-looking mares with good covers who were well presented by Ballyhimikin Stud.
The place was pleasant and quiet, and we got to enjoy exhibits such as "Pilgrimage to Hokusai's Waterfalls" and the stunning "Spotlight on Maki Haku (1924-2000)" in a peaceful atmosphere.