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Synonyms for kingfish

the lean flesh of any of several fish caught off the Atlantic coast of the United States

large edible mackerel of temperate United States coastal Atlantic waters

small silvery marine food fish found off California

any of several food and game fishes of the drum family indigenous to warm Atlantic waters of the North American coast

large game fish of Australia and New Zealand

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Mirmira, Haku Shah and Dashrath Patel is enormously revealing of how they negotiated these disparate worlds.
Wide shot, Haku village on mountain >pan> evidence of landslide
Haku is just four-months old but has been getting used to meeting visitors to the Sunshine City Aquarium in Tokyo.
However, a triple bogey at the 14th and shots picked up elsewhere meant he was level with Smail, American David Oh and Japan's Yoshikazu Haku with two holes to play.
The Emirati handler is hoping that Aspectoflove will ease the pain of those defeats by reproducing her course- and distance-winning form of last month's Group 3 Cape Verdi Stakes where she won a tight contest from Thai Haku and the re-opposing River Jetez.
Take for instance the case of parliamentarian Shinkun Haku.
is showing new acquisitions by Sekino Junichiro, Tanaka Ryohei, Haku Maki, Noda Tetsuya and others.
We Are Animal, Yr Angen, Ryan Kift, Cowbois Rhos Botwnnog plus Haku Tokinawa.
Chihiro se aleja un poco a echar un vistazo por los alrededores y se encuentra con un chico, Haku, que le avisa que no puede estar alli y debe marcharse antes de que anochezca, lo cual esta a punto de suceder.
She is saved by Haku, the young man she met on the bridge, who gives her a bite of food that resolidifies her and brings her fully into the spirit world.
His father, the famous Gujarati writer Shiv Kumar Joshi, and mine [ Haku Shah, the celebrated artist] have known each other since their Kolkata days.
Through supernatural tantric charm power, a priest can transform those ingredients into animals, like: buffalo from the baked rice grains, syahbaji, goats from the soybeans, haku musya and lambs from the white beans, bhuti (Vajracharya, 2024 B.
Such exciting new work caught the attention of Gallery Haku in Osaka and within the year he was given his first solo exhibition.
Also, if you want to break the spell of a witch, you need help from supernatural beings, like the boy Haku who violates intuitive ontology by intermittently transforming into a dragon.