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ling:

see codcod,
member of the large family Gadidae, comprising commercially important food fishes. The family, whose members are found in the N Atlantic and Pacific, includes the tomcods, the haddock, and the pollacks (or pollocks).
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ling

1. any of several gadoid food fishes of the northern coastal genus Molva, esp M. molva, having an elongated body with long fins
2. another name for burbot (a fish)
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Ling Ling's return to Ueno Zoological Gardens will be delayed since the mating season of female pandas at Mexico City's Chapultepec Zoo has not begun, the officials said.
"Our pitch is as bad as there is," said Ling. "And that probably means in the country."
Ling Ling and Amba will be fed a diet of red panda cake, bamboo, willow and small amounts of fruit.
The ubiquity of the social network profile is another, more provocative, example of Ling's theory of taken-for-granted social mediation tools, although this is not explored specifically in the book.
During her career in public health, Ling served on the U.S.
Ms Ling, a former environmental health officer from Pentwyn, said: "The message is that of clean, eating healthy options, but we like treats too.
Ling must have feared his chances were over when he missed his third shot only for Kamar to follow suit and then miss again.
Somerset sharp-shooter Ed Ling came through a shoot-off to reach the bronze-medal match.
The stash, which had been hidden under floorboards, included Jin Ling and other smuggled brands including L&M Red, Raquel, and fake Marlboro, which would have cost the public purse in excess of pounds 27,000 if sold on.
Each night I am thankful to have gotten through another day and each day when I wake up I hope it is bringing me closer to home," Laura Ling wrote in one of the two letters she was allowed to write during captivity.
Moving images of the two journalists embracing their families at their arrival were captured by photo journalists including one of Ling raising her arms in the air as both came down from the airplane's stairs and another of Lee reuniting with her husband and daughter.
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