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pilchard

1. a European food fish, Sardina (or Clupea) pilchardus, with a rounded body covered with large scales: family Clupeidae (herrings)
2. a related fish, Sardinops neopilchardus, of S Australian waters
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1, I pulled up to Garrison Bight at noon and met Pepe on his Conch 27, with his livewell topped up with pilchards from a bait run earlier.
Do you think along with Rebecca' Soteros, Jasmine Pilchard Gosnell will also create troubles for Meadow Walker?
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The Pilchard Works' award, which was presented by broadcaster Sandi Toksvig, was for the Pelagic fish category that includes oily varieties such as mackerel, sardines and herring.
The pilchard stock has fluctuated widely over a period of several decades (Kondo et al.
Gaughan DJ Mitchell RW and Blight SJ (2000) Impact of mortality, possibly due to herpes virus, on pilchard Sardinops sagax stocks along the south coast of Western Australia in 1998-99.
For bluefin tuna, a hyperactive fish with a large appetite, the weight ratio of pilchard feed to tuna product is around 17:1.
Five species - Alaska pollack, Chilean jack mackerel, Japanese pilchard, South American pilchard and the rebounding Peruvian anchovy - have made up most of the production increases in the 1980s.
Added Greeff, "We thought in the beginning that our biggest challenge would be selling the product because Efuta is a new product and that it would have to compete against Pilchard on the shelves.
But the buzz was that news of Meadow Walker being the whole sole owner of Paul's property has not gone very well with Paul Walker's girlfriend, Jasmine Pilchard Gosnell.
I advise taking him to your vet but in the meantime, bathe his eyes and nose with warm water, make sure he is warm, offer tasty food like pilchard and give water from a dropper.
Then, sometime in the 1980s, I guess, the pilchard was banished.