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somewhat flattened cylindrical squid

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New Year's Eve used to be magic The one night of the year when The kids in our tenement homes Were allowed to 'stay up late' Playing cards in front of a blazing coal fire 'Made up' in our new 'Chrimbo' pjs My mam has her best tablecloth on show but You can't see the lace, 'cos it's chokka with festive scoff The noise outside is getting louder Festive music is belting out from various radiograms It's countdown, we're allowed to join the party Foghorns from the river ring out the old As church bells ring in the new, we raise our glasses To absent kith and kin, in unison we declare Happy New Year 'Fonnie-oy' Let's hope it's a good one
Confirmation of serial spawning in the chokka squid Loligo vulgaris reynaudii off the coast of South Africa.
Determining the daily spawning cycle of the chokka squid, Loligo reynaudii off the South African Coast.
Tag recapture studies of the chokka squid Loligo vulgaris revnaudii d'Orbigny, 1845 on inshore spawning grounds on the south-east coast of South Africa.
Easter is upon us and the cheapo flights to the sun will no doubt be absolutely chokka.
Investigation into the declining trend in Chokka squid Loligo vulgaris reynaudii catches made by South African trawlers.
Considering Mrs Douglas has already exported Welsh-speaking nanny Judy Cole from Wales to look after baby Dylan, one imagines that the M4 to Heathrow is now chokka with ambitious pool cleaners, Mrs Mops, plumbers, painters and decorators.
Spatial patterns in the biology of the chokka squid, Loligo reynaudii on the Agulhas Bank, South Africa.
Tag recapture studies of the chokka squid Loligo vulgaris reynaudii d'Orbigny, 1845 on inshore spawning grounds on the south-east coast of South Africa.
Research on a congener, the South African chokka squid (Loligo vulgaris reynaudii), points to possible environmental influences on spawning for loliginid squid (Roberts and Sauer, 1994).
Environmental influences on spawning aggregations and jig catches of chokka squid Loligo vulgaris reynaudii: a "black box" approach.
APPARENTLY switchboards at the Royal Liverpool Hopsital have been chokka with people wanting to take part in cannabis trials.
It's chokka with a pot pourri of actors,musos, weir dos and clowns.