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the vessel that contains the seeds of a plant (not the seeds themselves)

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lean white flesh of important North Atlantic food fish

payable by the recipient on delivery

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collecting the charges upon delivery

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On the basis of distribution channel, the global cod liver oil market has been segmented as-
Since the majority of COD runs in soccer matches occur at angles between 1[degrees] and 90[degrees], which are specific to soccer, it is important to determine COD speeds at these angles (Faude et al., 2012; Hader et al., 2015).
Dave Rogers took several fish with pollock and cod to 4lb on light tackle.
It appears that cod in the Gulf of Maine have declined to just 3 percent of what is needed for a healthy population (down from an already dismal 15 percent in 2011).
Atlantic cod is headed toward "commercial extinction'' in New England waters, as happened in Canada in the 1990s.
His son Darren caught the biggest cod of the match - and the club's equal biggest of the season - a fish of 8lb 4oz.
My cod and chips were some of the best I have ever tasted.
Fisheries Secretary, Richard Lochhead, said: "Misleading statements on the state of our fisheries -- and cod stocks in particular -- have been unhelpful and a distraction from the laudable efforts of Scottish fishermen to support fish recovery." He added, "Our catch quota trials using CCTV monitoring have been able to eliminate cod discards for the fishermen involved, while under the Scottish Conservation Credits Scheme, vessels use more selective fishing gear to avoid catching undersized and unwanted fish in the first place." The mistake in the newspaper occurred due to a misunderstanding of data relating to the age of cod.
Less expensive species, including pollack and whiting, are labelled and sold as cod and threatened species of cod was also being sold as "sustainably sourced" in one supermarket, the study said.
Over three months he sold thousands of portions of fried panga as cod, adding pounds 100 a week to the turnover at his Platters takeaway.
108(a)(1) for the deferred COD but also avoids the detriment of tax attribute reduction under Sec.
1 John Taylor (six fish for 8lb 7oz from the River Tyne), 2 Terry Woods (6, 6lb 3oz, same venue), 3 Billy Lee (5lb 7oz cod, Jackie's beach.
Rick "The Big Cod" Hillier laid on Superman last month, our very own Mike "Rantman" Nickerson decided to try his luck.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-20 June 2007-Codfarmers ASA signs 3-year cod juveniles agreement with Grieg Cod Juveniles AS(C)1994-2007 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com