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snook

1. any of several large game fishes of the genus Centropomus, esp C. undecimalis of tropical American marine and fresh waters: family Centropomidae (robalos)
2. Austral the sea pike Australuzza novaehollandiae
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Snook populations seem to be at high levels in the southern half of the state, which is their basic range, based on most everything we've seen and heard.
After a bitter cold snap wiped out nearly 15 percent of the statewide snook population in 2010, a catch-and-release order went into effect for more than three years to allow them to replenish.
Alex Snook and Ben Douglas on the Great North 5k winners' podium
Mother and daughter arrived home to find Daddy Snook hopping mad at the mobile's PS3,800 bill, tearfully telling all who'll listen the company "exploited a teenager and were extorting from her".
In his role as Vice President - Operations Planning and Performance, Snook had responsibility for the airline's System Operations Control (SOC) Center, as well as crew scheduling, airline dependability and operations engineering.
After mulling over the concept during his university course in 2001, Darlington-based Snook developed his idea while working as a sports rehabilitator at sports clubs around the country.
Snook, of Church Drive, St George, Bristol, and Moore, of Poplar Fields, Warmley, south Gloucestershire, were convicted by a jury at Bristol Crown Court of three counts of rape.
William Snook was born in Shrewsbury in 1861, and educated at Adbaston College in the town, where his sporting prowess was quickly evident, whether on a bike or on the track.
But Mr Snook added: "The new build regional contracting market remains challenging and the expected cut backs in public sector capital spend will, we believe, serve to exacerbate this in 2010.
Snook said the idea to stage the Trapline Marathon first came up in the spring of 2008, shortly after he had participated in a marathon with some friends in Halifax.
Snook, a prep sensation in her own right, was awestruck by the diminutive Hasay, who set the national high school record in the 1,500 meters on a hot Fourth of July night during the trials.
Darlington's Luke Monument went over on 68 minutes, converted by Snook, before Aley kicked a 74th-minute penalty.