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the vessel that contains the seeds of a plant (not the seeds themselves)

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lean white flesh of important North Atlantic food fish

payable by the recipient on delivery

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collecting the charges upon delivery

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04lb taken at Newbiggin to win ahead of Nicky Robson with a cod of 1.
Atlantic cod is headed toward "commercial extinction'' in New England waters, as happened in Canada in the 1990s.
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So we shouldn't be surprised that there are very few cod aged over 13 ( in fact fewer than 60 have been recorded in the North Sea in the past 30 years), just as we shouldn't be surprised that there aren't very many humans over 100.
There was also concern that, if unrecouped, rising cod prices might put the brakes on NPD, he added.
6% of all mislabelled cod products identified from both Ireland and the UK were smoked, breaded or battered, because this can conceal the appearance, smell and the taste of a fish fillet, researchers said.
Solvent debtors and debtors outside bankruptcy generally must recognize realized COD unless the debtor makes a deferral election or another relief provision applies.
Expert Emilie Erktan said: "Environmental concerns may be one factor behind the lower overall cod consumption.
BC: As previously documented, The Big Cod does not sleep and henceforth has no need for any bedclothes.
Bicycles are popular warm weather transportation on Cape Cod, with rails to trails pathways and general bike friendliness in the sizable towns.
Indeed, the researchers have preliminary data showing that among dabs (Limanda limanda), a bottom-dwelling flatfish on which cod dine, males inappropriately produce vitellogenin, although far less than male cod do.
Among these three examples of activist-initiated research, the Cape Cod and NIEHS models have extended the democratization of science in ways that can offer models for the development of new norms for environmental health research: public empowerment that goes beyond mere involvement on advisory boards, a shift away from purely investigator-defined research to joint activist--scientist definition of research problems, and integration across disciplines and across institutions.
2] is a feasible treatment method to degrade COD and toxicity in wastewaters when the initial COD is less than 500 mg/L.
When large fish like saithe, for example, disappear, they no longer feed on smaller fish like cod (see diagram, above).
The Defense Logistics Information Services (DLIS) produced the first edition of the Multilingual A CoD P-2/3 Cd-ROM in April 2003.