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Synonyms for ling

water chestnut whose spiny fruit has two rather than 4 prongs

common Old World heath represented by many varieties

elongated marine food fish of Greenland and northern Europe

American hakes

elongate freshwater cod of northern Europe and Asia and North America having barbels around its mouth

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THE small tides last weekend certainly helped the wreck anglers, with decent catches of cod and ling being taken.
My letter had remained unanswered, but a few days before my departure for Iran, I received a message through a friend that Martin Lings would soon contact me.
Ling Valentine, known for her unique publicity stunts for LingsCars.
Police captain MR Kgaswana was convicted last week of the culpable homicide of Sutton Coldfield's Det Con Robert Ling.
Bishop Fred Henry of Calgary supported the ban, arguing that Ling had broken canon law and should be excommunicated.
Graeme King met the entrepreneurial Ling Valentine.
When the couple married, Ling came to live in the UK and having dropped out of her Finnish studies - partly because the course was conducted in Finnish, which proved a little challenging - moved on to get a masters degree in environmental quality at Bournemouth University.