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see pikepike,
common name for the family Esocidae, freshwater game and food fishes of Europe, Asia, and North America. The pike, the muskellunge, and the pickerel form a small but well-known group of long, thin fishes with spineless dorsal fins, large anal fins, and long, narrow jaws
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Wins The top tier suffered casualties this week, the defeats by Silver's John Currie and Gold's Musky Handley seeing them each slip down a place.
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This resulted in a list of 18 commonly found scents in colognes and perfumes: floral, sweet, fresh, fruity, herbal, honey, light, lavender, rich, grassy, spicy, heavy, oriental, woody, lemon, orange, musky, and leather.
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The strong adventurous Oudh Al Shamoukh Gold Oudh al Ma'atar combines radiant top notes of floral fresh with an unusual blend of lemon, clove that merges with warm iris and sandalwood in the middle and woody musky in the dry down notes.
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Strong amber and musky perfume, it is one of those fragrances people always notice and comment upon.
The fruity, spicy and musky essence of Faihaa, Ajmal claims, is a perfect combination of saffron and lily of the valley skillfully blended with rose and amber.