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flesh of scaleless food fish of the southern United States

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large catfish of central United States having a flattened head and projecting jaw

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CHP LLC and Mudcat LLC, led by Brian Ferguson, Rogers
Participating bowling alleys include Brantford Lanes in Brantford, Mudcat Alley in Dunnvilleand the White Horse Family Entertainment Centre in Simcoe.
"Mudcat" Ward on the double bass and Neil Gootouvin on the drums form the foundations of the band's sound.
I called my favorite foul-mouthed story subject, Dave "Mudcat" Saunders, since he had been working as Edwards' senior strategist for rural America, when the story broke.
Bill, an alligator, a water moccasin, a dolphin, a starfish, an eagle, a raccoon, a mudcat (catfish) and a shrimp.
Like Whitey Ford, he helped several other non 20-game winners reach that lofty plateau, such as Mudcat Grant, Jim Kaat, Mickey Lolich, Ralph Terry, and maybe half a dozen others.
And What Democrats Must do to Run 'em Out," by Steve Jarding and Dave "Mudcat" Saunders, Simon and Shuster, 2006.
For further information contact me: Stan McDonald, 402 Mudcat Rd., Foxboro, Ontario, Canada K0K 2B0; smcdonal@kos.net.
Here is the first stanza: Catfish, Mudcat, Ducky, Coot.
Snowsnake is played in three classes; Mudcat or Longsnake 1st class, Longsnake 2nd class and Longsnake 3rd class.
Mudcat Cafe Home of the Digital Tradition, featuring lyrics for more than 8,000 traditional songs, with more added all the time.
Some of the flavors will be Mudcat Stout, Pilot House Porter, Water Street Honey Wheat, Clyde's Red Ale and Buckner Blonde.
One of the most successful intrepreneurial ventures of the 1980s were "fantasy" baseball weekends: mini spring-training camps set up in Florida resorts where, for a fee of around $3,000, avid baseball fans could spend the weekend tossing around the old horsehide with the heroes of their youth: Ed Kranepool, Mudcat Grant, Ron Santo.
He is the author of the book Of Mudcat, Boo, The Rope, and Oil Can: An Informal History of Mississippians in Major League Baseball, which takes a look at professional baseball history from the perspective of Mississippi athletes who played in the major leagues.
On Friday, December 13, the View Two Gallery on Mathew Street will see sets from the Southbound Attic Band, the Mudcat Brothers, Three Minute Hero and Graham Holland.