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scup:

see porgyporgy
, common name for members of the Sparidae, a family of small-mouthed fishes with strong teeth adapted for crushing their food of shellfish and crustaceans. Porgies are found in warm and tropical coastal areas and are especially abundant in the Mediterranean and Red seas
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"The SCUP conference is a great opportunity for individuals from all industries to come together to focus on the changes in higher education,” said John Baxter, AIA, education sector leader at EYP.
Among the economically valuable species collected, scup had the greatest (0.0184 scup/[m.sup.2]) mean relative abundance and summer flounder the lowest (0.005 summer flounder/[m.sup.2]).
(3) indicated that scup comprised 65% of the total catch in scup-targeted tows, but that the discards-to-landings ratio for scup in these tows was 1.05.
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Founded in 2009 in Sao Paulo, Scup was the first Brazilian social media platform certified by Twitter.
This fall, along with moving its Planning for Higher Education journal from print to completely online, the Society for Cortege and University Planning (SCUP) is introducing The Campus-Space MOJO (Multilevel Online Journal Odyssey).
Scup or Porgy Stenotomus chrysops--Scup are laterally flattened schooling fish.
The following individual species were considered: bluefish (Pomatomus saltatrix, an example of a Atlantic coast predatory "gamefish"); summer flounder (Paralichthys dentatus, a Mid Atlantic Bight demersal flatfish); Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua, a New England demersal roundfish); and scup (Stenotomus chrysops, a Mid-Atlantic demersal schooling roundfish, likely to yield a relatively high catch per trip).
Muscle function and power production in a steadily swimming fish have recently been detailed for scup (Rome et al., 1993; Coughlin and Rome, 1996; Coughlin et al., 1996).
SCup TG4 10pm DIARMUID is very tempted to sell the paper - he's about to sign on the dotted line with a local investor but what would that mean for the rest of the staff?
With changing winds coming around to the northwest, we trailered our boat to the south side, where the Centerville River brings vast amounts of nutrients to a rocky arena of black sea bass and porgy, the latter also known locally as scup. More than one boat has lost its bottom here, venturing too close to rocks that lurk just beneath the surface.
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