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Synonyms for coho

fatty pinkish flesh of small salmon caught in the Pacific and Great Lakes

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The man was trying to bend metal with fire in a barrel," said Cohoes Fire Department Chief Joseph Fahd to CNN.
Plattsville and Cohoes were approximately 50 miles apart.
Kent) in which the contract calls for Reading pipe, but the builder deliberately substitutes Cohoes, which is cheaper (but just as good), with the intent of keeping the savings.
Investigators from the New York State Insurance Fund Division of Confidential Investigations said video surveillance allegedly showed Wilcox working at a garage in Cohoes in the spring of 2008 while he collected workers' compensation benefits for an injury he claimed while previously working as a mechanic at another garage.
Pierre, equipment operator for the city of Cohoes, N.
The junior winner Allen Yu, of Cohoes, New York, is a student of Young Kim.
Walkowitz: "Working-Class Culture in the Gilded Age: Cohoes Cotton Workers and Troy Iron Worker protest, 1855-1884," PhD dissertation, Department of History, University of Rochester, 1972.
Cohoes, New York, USA has been added to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) List of Top 25 U.
This is a typical scenario during Expressive Arts therapy, a weekly adventure in creativity at DayBreak, the Alzheimer's adult day care center at Marjorie Doyle Rockwell (MDR) Center in Cohoes, New York.
Jim Fennen, of Cohoes, wearing a green Ireland sweater outside McGeary's pub in downtown Albany said Monday that lawmakers should have better things to do.
3) Cliff Bird, Principal of Abram Lansing Elementary, Cohoes, N.
But UK sources point out that Japan is no longer dependent on North America for its domestic market, as farmed Chilean Cohoes now dominate what was once the exclusive province of Wild Pacific Sockeye.
Philadelphia; Catalina Lighting, Miami; Decotex 2000, Cohoes, N.
85 a pound, according to Peter Trost of Pelican Seafoods, but for American cohoes the price is F.
About 150 miles long, the Mohawk joins the Hudson at Cohoes, above Troy.