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Synonyms for snapper

(football) the person who plays center on the line of scrimmage and snaps the ball to the quarterback

flesh of any of various important food fishes of warm seas

a party favor consisting of a paper roll (usually containing candy or a small favor) that pops when pulled at both ends

Australian food fish having a pinkish body with blue spots

large-headed turtle with powerful hooked jaws found in or near water

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In an earlier experiment, transecting nerve 2 in the transforming pincer claw permitted regeneration of a snapper claw at the old snapper site, implying the removal of snapper-based inhibition (Young et al.
The snapper fisheries in some of the participating Pacific island nations are in the early stages of development, " Polovina noted.
A former officer, who took retirement under A19, revealed how they had begun working for the force again shortly after, applying for the job through Red Snapper.
A shark just got my snapper," I said out loud, as the reel's drag sang.
Red Snapper Fishing Miami FlFishing some of the deeper wrecks, Reefs and rubble that we typically catch Yellow Eye Snapper, Vermillion Snapper, Snowy Grouper, Yellow Edge Grouper and gray Tilefish we are now catching Red Snapper.
For many years, from Jacksonville to the Florida Keys, fishermen and small business owners alike on the east coast have been burdened by the federal red snapper fishery closure.
But when Kara sees Snapper at the same event, she decides to tap into her reporter skills and question Jack about his invention.
A focus of this study was the red snapper (Lutjanus campechanus), which is the most highly targeted reef fish in the region and for which the estimated ratio of total harvest (landed catch plus dead discards) to landed catch has averaged 1.
A snapper has a small growth on the end of its tongue that they can wiggle around to make it look like a worm.
When I think about fishing for red snapper, the memories that flood my mind are of my first offshore experiences--the excitement of land dissipating in the wake and the uncertainty and anticipation of what might lie ahead.
This 35-year-old lawnmower sales & service business is a dealer for Snapper and added Snapper's commercial in 2011.
I first thought this turtle was a snapper, but after seeing a snapper at the river, I had second thoughts.
Owners and trainers came from near and far to participate, and it was to East Anglia that the two major prizes went, courtesy of Blonde Snapper (Classic) and Blonde Fletch (Grand Prix), both owned by Mark Currell from St Osyth, Essex, and trained by Mark Wallis at Lakenheath in Suffolk.
Because this long journey that has seen a flag football-playing eighth-grader become UCLA's Playboy All-American long snapper - its first ever - did not happen in a snap.
Turn snapper and transfer lo oven for three minutes