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falter

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dither

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to proceed or perform in an unsteady, faltering manner

to move about in an indolent or clumsy manner

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flesh of any of various American and European flatfish

any of various European and non-European marine flatfish

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walk with great difficulty

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behave awkwardly

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Further, if there were no juvenile nursery on the shelf off New Jersey, then adult flounder in the northern part of the range would have to occur as a result of juveniles migrating from southern nurseries.
They then put five flounders, one at a time, in each tank.
Steve Conlin won Sunderland's match with a fine flounder of 1lb 12oz.
Phill Smith came third with three flounder for 1lb 8oz.
Newcastle Crown Court heard Randolph first met Flounders in the 1980s and then again in 2006 following the death of his father.
The PS70 third prize went to Cardiff 's Phil George for his flounders.
Jeff has lived in the Destin area his whole life and is a third generation flounder fisherman.
They began a tenancy agreement for a flat on Norton Road, Stockton, on September 16 last year, days after Flounders was released from custody.
Two anglers with three flounders each topped the catches in the Penygraig SAC shore competition.
The last Ryhope match saw 64 fishing with 30 weighing in cod, whiting and flounders, with the better bags coming from the Tyne, where Barrie Stowells won with two cod and two flounders for 3.
Both flounders are chameleonic, to the extent that they assume the colors of their background; thus you might catch a chocolate-coated fish in the mangroves, and a perfectly vanilla flatfish out along the beach.
There have also been a lot of dead flounders found on the bank sides.
Matt Beckett won this one with six rockling, four eelpouts and two flounders from Cowbar Jetty for 3lb 4oz.
A wet and windy day at Llansteffan ended with Mal Hughes, from Llantwit Fardre, putting two flounders on the scales to win with 0.
Steve Rackstraw won Sunderland's match with one of 1lb 10oz, Mick Davison took ten flounders for 294cm to win Eastenders' match at the Students' Accommodation.