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any of several large vigorous pelagic fishes resembling sailfishes but with first dorsal fin much reduced

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Spearfish worked in partnership with local voluntary organisations - including YMCA, Kids Kabin, Cowgate & Blakelaw Sure Start, the Cowgate Centre, Highmoor Court - and primary schools.
The Spearfish is being fitted with an Ampelmann active motion compensated gangway which will allow personnel to walk onto the Solan platform safely, even in high wave conditions.
The Spearfish City Council is considering a proposal to erect a replica of Rio de Janeiro's famous Christ the Redeemer on city-owned property.
She has the largest weapon-carrying capacity of all the Royal Navy's attack submarines and can hold a combination of up to 38 Tomahawk missiles and Spearfish torpedoes.
Molopo Energy Limited (ASX:MPO) has accepted an offer from Legacy Oil + Gas Inc (TSE:LEG) to purchase Molopo Energy's Spearfish oil asset in Canada.
In the UK, the company has won a series of contracts including a pounds 370 million ten-year support deal for the Sting Ray and Spearfish torpedoes used by the Royal Navy and Royal Air Force.
Schuster, Sturgis Brown High School; and Annelise Ewing, Spearfish High School.
They will be sharing their stories in a piece created by Spearfish and Benji Reid alongside a live score by DJ G Kut.
2 million acres running roughly from Spearfish south to Hot Springs and Edgemont, and flora the Wyoming border east to 1-90.
Schad, EdD, University of South Dakota, Spearfish, South Dakota; Robert J.
The Spearfish School District in South Dakota is considering a plan to reduce the five-day school week to a four-day schedule.
4m in length, has a crew of 130 and five tubes capable of firing spearfish and tigershark torpedoes, and sub harpoon and Tomahawk missiles.
Samples of black marlin (Makaira indica), longbill spearfish (Tetrapturus pfiuergeri), shortbill spearfish (Tetrapturus angustirostris), and swordfish (Xiphias gladius), were obtained from recreational and commercial fishermen (Table 1) and consisted of either frozen heart tissue or white muscle tissue preserved in DMSO storage buffer (Seutin et al.
A 20-year-old crew member of a fishing boat from Miyazaki Prefecture operating off Iwojima Island died after he was injured by the bill of a spearfish Sunday night, the Japan Coast Guard (JCG) said Monday.
The piece was then auctioned off that evening, bringing a final bid of $3,250 from Myles and Jeanette Kennedy of Spearfish, S.