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lacking cordiality

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For example, you need a proper diet consisting of lots offish, chicken, vegetables, and nuts; plenty of daily exercise; no smoking; and blood pressure, cholesterol, and weight control.
However, the average size offish caught in the 2009 fishery should be exceptional.
Researchers then measured what percentage offish made the right choice.
The creation of such hotspots coincided with the movement of plates in the Earth's crust, during which continents collide, producing shallow seas where thousands of species offish and coral can flourish.
AT LONG last, the BBC has reported on the dumping of dead fish (BBC News, November 20) back overboard by UK fishing boats on orders from the EU Fishery Council, who delegate quotas offish species to allegedly conserve endangered types such as cod and haddock.
But why would any head office be so petty as to respond to a community effort in such a stand offish and alienating manner?
Oestrogen chemicals in the contraceptive pill, toiletries and other products are acting together in UK waterways altering the reproductive processes offish to a far greater extent than previously thought.
She just dropped the kids off and left and she's been very offish since.
You might be surprised to know that in this unique spectrum offish known as flatfish, encompassing some 530 species, only a few dozen play an important role in the commercial food distribution network.
Imagine that although the river has a great variety offish you are hungry.
For the taste offish flesh, or perhaps the unwillingness to challenge the ecocidal habits of so many of your readers, you just can't seem to find the voice to support a meaningful end to the destruction of the marine environment.
Such information is essential for identifying which critical marine habitats should be set aside to protect the estimated 70 to 80 percent offish populations whose stocks have been overfished or whose habitats have been disrupted by humans.
According to the Food and Drug Administration, the term caviar is only applicable to the eggs, or roe, extracted from the sturgeon species offish and prepared by a special salting method.
Protect the relatively natural habitats offish, wildlife or plants.
Pronaca sells the bulk of its production in Ecuador, it yet ships abroad 35% of Ecuador's tilapia, a type offish, and 8% of the country's shrimp exports.