haddock


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  • noun

Synonyms for haddock

lean white flesh of fish similar to but smaller than cod

important food fish on both sides of the Atlantic

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Haddock continued, "We wanted a company with as much experience in building this new, state-of-the-art network as possible.
Mr Justice Gillen immediately warned Haddock he would have him removed from Belfast Crown Court.
Add the smoked haddock and peas and cook for another three minutes, then add the Parmesan, lemon and chives and season to taste.
New Job: As deputy district director, Haddock oversees the delivery of the SBA's loan programs, in addition to various business development services, and ensures that they run efficiently.
Today's young fans might think of Captain Haddock as cartoon character Tintin's sidekick.
Carr was born and raised in Medford, son of the late Leroy Haddock.
The SWFPA, which is a constituent member of the Scottish Fishermen's Federation, produced the short film--'Sea to Plate'--to explain to consumers how Scottish haddock is caught, landed, processed and delivered to the end customer.
Sam walked a lot of red carpets during that period and Laura Haddock was right at his side.
Stir in two tablespoons of cream and the cooked spinach, then very gently the haddock, trying not to break it up too much.
Officers searching for Thomas Haddock, from Cheltenham, recovered a man's body from a wooded area in Staffordshire on Saturday.
Nichola Haddock, from North Belfast, was quizzed by a barrister who asked her if she ever hurt the four-month-old.
CANNOCK HADDOCK There was an old angler named Craddock, Who caught a very large haddock.
Summary: Loyalist leader Mark Haddock "smirked" as he dispatched a hit team to gun down his paramilitary rival, a court has heard.
Why the blistering f*** is Captain Haddock Scottish?