devilfish


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Synonyms for devilfish

bottom-living cephalopod having a soft oval body with eight long tentacles

extremely large pelagic tropical ray that feeds on plankton and small fishes

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Dave's friend Gary Whittaker, who had been with him in Birmingham, replied: "Go on, Devilfish.
Who wouldn't want to watch the flushing face of the Devilfish as he tries to get a read on Catgirl's body language, then tries to bluff this lady in the buff.
An East Bay sloop, the Branch, cruised for "whales, leatherback turtles, sea serpents, devilfish, etc.
Called devilfish by whalers, who had reduced their population to fewer than 2,000 whales by 1937, grays now number an estimated 18,000--a level unknown since early whaling days.
Deep dropping in 300 feet of water produced an amazing mixed bag of snapper, grouper, tilefish, eels, devilfish, longtail bass and amberjacks.
Devilfish quick to snap up early value Poker players keep their cards close to their chest, but legendary pro Dave 'Devilfish' Ulliot has put his on the table with a lump on his hometown team.
In the shallow coastal waters of North America, Hawaii, China, and the West Indies lurks an ocean dweller that has scared people for centuries even been called a devilfish because of its frightening appearance.
The east side flats between Alligator Creek and Matlacha are a good bet for this mixed bag, as are the flats around Devilfish Key and those around Demere Key.
Julian, who supports Girls Aloud on their next Glasgow date at the SECC on May 30, collaborated with London designers Devilfish to make the Augmented Reality video.
I made a standard raise to 10k and was called by Devilfish on the button.
Devilfish Key is a small mangrove island located on the east side of the Intracoastal Waterway (ICW), between markers 6 and 7, approximately three miles north of Boca Grande Pass.
But Devilfish Poker, fronted by Britain's most high-profile pro Dave Devilfish Ulliott, now offers a more straightforward ticket.
After Boomer797, Langton, Bill Bulets, Remittancemann and Brasstal have stepped on to the stage, May rolls the drums for DevilFish - and nothing happens.