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Synonyms for gar

primitive predaceous North American fish covered with hard scales and having long jaws with needlelike teeth

elongate European surface-dwelling predacious fishes with long toothed jaws

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GAR reached its largest enrollment in 1890, with 490,000 members.
S4C viewers can watch this historic moment live as the Channel broadcasts the Eurovision Choir of the Year Competition 2017 featuring our own Cor Merched Sir Gar choir.
Almost too early into the trip, a very large gar presented a shot at the bow of the boat.
The state record for Florida gar is a little over nine pounds, and the much larger longnose gar record is over 40 pounds.
But that vote has been found invalid because it expanded jurisdiction over the administration of the money under the terms of the GAR Memorial Hall Trust Fund.
GAR is principally involved in the cultivation of oil palm, milling and refining operations in Indonesia, and downstream operations in China.
Offers for September loading, Panamax cargoes of 5,000 kcal/kg GAR coal were at $51-51.
The GAR Memorial Hall & Museum is located at 224 S.
According to Gar Wood, Seguin and Adams each have over 25 years of experience as brokers on the CBOE (NSDAQ: CBOE) floor and on off-floor agency trading desks.
Recent studies suggest alligator gar inhabit the lentic portion of large rivers, reservoirs, swamps, brackish areas, and streams (Gilbert, 1992; Pflieger, 1997; Brinkman, 2008; Inebnit, 2009).
Nevertheless, she documents more than 200 African American GAR posts in twenty-five states and the District of Columbia and over 460 integrated GAR posts in twenty states, the Dakota Territory, and Ontario, Canada.
A series of fortuitous events allowed us to serendipitously determine the exact growth in size of an individual longnose gar, Lepisosteus osseus, from Lake Texoma, Oklahoma-Texas, from the day the egg was spawned and fertilized in the wild, until 166 days later when the juvenile, clearly of recruited size, was recovered from an outdoor ornamental pond where it had been housed throughout the summer-autumn growing season.
A Texas fisherman has made an epic bow hunt, catching a 300-pound alligator gar almost as long as a small car.
It also has been tested as natural feed additive for dairy cow and beef cattle to improve performance of production and was found that GAR supplementation could increase dietary energy efficiency and decrease methane emission (Busquet et al.
In-Fisherman Editor In Chief Doug Stange was talking about the release of big flathead catfish and alligator gar in an article a decade ago.