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Synonyms for bream

flesh of various freshwater fishes of North America or of Europe

flesh of any of various saltwater fishes of the family Sparidae or the family Bramidae

clean (a ship's bottom) with heat

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Liverpool AS captain John Easton took advantage of drawing a noted bream area on Sunday, as he competed within the L&DAA Individual League on the canal through Lydiate.
However, Stainton's inform Andy Rowe's perseverance on the feeder paid off, as he landed a bream from peg 21 in the dying minutes which, together with two small skimmers caught much earlier in the match, turned the scales to 4lb-1oz, pushing Mike into second place.
Bream cannot resist this little scented worm slowly falling through their territory.
Had it been up to Bream, he would have been Drabek's teammate, not adversary, at this crucial juncture.
The prizes Bream captured reveal coastal trade patterns, whereby high-bulk, low- value cargoes, such as timber or plaster or cordwood, were carried westward to commercial centres such as Boston, while foodstuffs and West India goods, such as rum and molasses, headed east.
However it is the bream Mecca of Longtown West that has produced a specimen that not only dwarfs the new Scots record, but is the biggest bream ever reported in this column.
Sea bream is present in the Spanish markets only as a fresh product and is always sold in whole form.
WestLB, acting for Bream, first approached AWG in January with an informal offer valuing the company at 510p per share - or pounds 905 million.
Injecting captive bream with GnRH jump-started a cascade of events, including a release of the pituitary's gonadotropins into the blood.
Historical background aside, the book's focus on Bream is constrained in scope to just seven years: from 1944, when the eleven-year-old first discovered his love of music and devotion to the guitar, to 1951, with the eighteen-year-old's acclaimed success in his first Wigmore Hall recital.
Locally, many of our parks have a good abundance of bream and skimmers, but as we venture out towards the outskirts of the region, there are, as everyone is aware, some huge expanses that hold some lovely big bream that many including myself just love to catch.
The prize for the heaviest catch excluding carp went to Merthyr when Paddy Payne put 18lb of roach and bream on the scales.
BREAM made a welcome appearance on the lower Tees, and Neil Waters cashed in.
From the previous discussion it is clear that a specialist fish predator, such as bass, has the potential to take over a dam which means fodder fish stocks, particularly bream, get heavily exploited and may even be eliminated.
SEVEN different varieties of sea bream are listed in UK shore and boat records.