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Synonyms for guppy

small freshwater fish of South America and the West Indies

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But Guppy insisted Craig Shakespeare's side, the last English team left in the competition after knocking out Sevilla 3-2 on aggregate in the last 16, can reach the semi-finals.
The Leicester analogy has been used and abused so many times since Claudio Ranieri's side pulled off their remarkable 5000/1 long shot but Guppy believes it makes sense in Ireland's case ahead of group games against Sweden, Belgium and Italy.
Since nothing spells Japanese better than the classic sushi, Guppy by ai gives you an entire list of sushi and sashimi to choose from.
Shoaib has said that research has revealed that Sole and Tilapia fish are more effective than Guppy fish in eliminating the larva of the mosquito that spreads the dengue virus.
Some of the meetings chaired by Linda Guppy lasted less than an hour, and I don't know of any manual workers who are paid PS2,000 an hour.
Guppy, passed away in April 1988, and her son, Richard L.
And those who have already made that leap will also be under Guppy's tutelage - including James McClean, who O'Neill feels will benefit from the advice and coaching his new staff member will have to offer.
Guppy ended his playing career in the USA and later spent three years as assistant coach at Colorado Rapids, who he helped win the MLS Cup in 2010.
The forthcoming film Toonpur Ka Superrhero has a character called Guppy, inspired by Bappi da .
The Trinidadian guppy (Poecilia reticulata) and the pike cichlid (Crenicichla alta) represent an ideal species dyad for classroom or laboratory studies of predator-prey interactions.
GLENROTHES keeper Clive Guppy had a day to forget - gifting Kelty a lead then being denied a Maloco Cup Final spot on penalties.
WHEN Guppy Sandhu first started walking the corridors of Holby General three years ago he was diligent, wide-eyed and innocent.