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a large marine food fish common on the coasts of Australia, New Zealand, and southern Africa


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Daarom let hy op wanneer die snoek se kuite bebroeid raak en die wyfiekreef eiers het; daarom word sy aktiwiteite aangepas in erkenning van die kwesbaarheid van die ekosisteem: "In die tyd het hy geleer om kreefnetsakke te brei en om nette te bas, hy het geleer om 'n netsak hoepel om te sit [.
50 van der 2007-2009 Rotterdam 250 MSM Variables favoring Snoek absence of AIN: 2012 (21) Use of combination ART: OR 2.
Commenting on this, IMF mission chief for Guinea Harry Snoek said that "reaching the HIPC completion point represents an important achievement for Guinea.
Snoek is a researcher of Masonic history and the co-author of Theorizing Rituals and Women's Agency and Rituals in Mixed and Female Masonic Orders.
Investigations revealed the patient, Piet Snoek, had a gene mutation that blocked all production of HDL.
Dishes including Western Cape fish speciality snoek pate and boerewors sausage give a real taste of Africa - and the red wine's not bad either.
People have often thought it was funny there were no portraits of Theo," said museum spokeswoman Linda Snoek, "given that they were so close.
Radde-Antweiler (2006) focuses on the contextual changes in rituals online using the concept of transfer of ritual developed by Langer, Luddeckens, Radde, and Snoek, which states that "when a ritual is transferred, i.
It is defined as "the simultaneous occurrence of two (or more) sets of pressures such that compliance with one world make difficult or impossible compliance with the other" (Wolfe & Snoek, 1962).
Like tins of wartime snoek they are all unappetising and every bit as oily and fishy.
Pouwer F, Snoek FJ, VanderPloeg HM, Ander HJ, Heine ILl.
Education and counselling play a central role in the management of a chronic disease such as diabetes mellitus (Visser & Snoek 2004:252).