globefish


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  • noun

Synonyms for globefish

any of numerous marine fishes whose elongated spiny body can inflate itself with water or air to form a globe

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Bureau officials said the man and his three friends caught the globefish in waters off Kashima, Ibaraki Prefecture, on Sunday.
The ovaries, liver and intestines of the blowfish, also known as globefish or puffer, contain tetrodotoxin, a poison so potent it can produce rapid and violent death.
Someone wanted to know how many people die each year from eating incorrectly-prepared fugu fish - a Japanese delicacy also called blowfish or globefish.
Products: Examples are Biobusiness, ARI Network (formerly Agridata), Agris and CAB (covering agriculture); Chemical Business Newsbase and Chemical Industry Notes (chemicals); Coffeeline (coffee); Globefish (fish); PIRA and PSTA (paper and packaging); and RAPRA (rubber).
GLOBEFISH, a computerized system of market information.
13-14 4th EAST-WEST FISHERIES CONFERENCE--This Conference will be held in Talinn, Estonia and is organised by Agra Europe and Eurofish in co-operation with FAO Globefish.
In the Naha case, a former company worker was convicted of killing his wife by having her take a tablet containing aconite and globefish poison in order to get 185 million yen in insurance money.
The FAO's Globefish Research Program has begun a series of publications, the first of which is Markets in Europe for Selected Aquaculture Species: Saknon, Trout, Seabass, Seabream", by Susan A.