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grouper

 [gro̳p´er]
any of various usually large marine fish of the genera Epinephelus and Mycteroperca, found in tropical waters; they are often eaten by humans but sometimes contain ciguatoxin and can cause ciguatera.

grouper

[grōōp′er]
any of various usually large marine fish of the genera Epinephelus and Mycteroperca, found in tropical waters. They are often eaten by humans, but sometimes contain ciguatoxin and can cause ciguatera.
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Barros and Garoupa (2002) label a similar group as the 'non-church'.
Among the items mandarin orange, garoupa fish, and tea showed an export growth of 100%, 34% and 10%, respectively.
The Glamour Wedding Package, priced at MOP 6,688 ($834) per table of 12, features a menu including suckling pig, sauteed prawn and clam, braised conpoy, abalone soup, goose web, steamed garoupa and fried chicken.
8) Entre los cuales podemos citar: Becker, 1976; Cameron, 1988; Ehrlich, 1996; Dilulio, 1996; Garoupa, 1997; y Polinski y Shavel, 2000.
Ela e ainda responsavel por prover diversidade de pescado para o consumo, onde especies como badejo, garoupa, enchova, tainha e vermelhos, dentre outros, sao demandas no mercado regional e parte da cultura de consumo pesqueiro caicara (Begossi et al.
For helpful comments and suggestions, I thank the 2009-2010 Fellows of the Seade-Kauffman Institute on Law, Innovation, and Growth, the participants in the Vermont Law School Colloquium on Environmental Scholarship and the Society for Environmental Law and Economics, Kenneth Abbott, Tony Arnold, James Chen, Victor Fleischer, Nuno Garoupa, Darian Ibrahim, Ezra Rosser, and Michael Vandenbergh.
Resultados obtenidos por Jennings (1984), Grossman (1995) y Garoupa (2006) sugieren que la violencia aumenta cuando las organizaciones criminales intentan monopolizar el mercado o evitar la entrada de nuevas organizaciones.
2001; Charness and Garoupa 2000; Huck, Miiller, and Normann 2001; Abbink 2004; Duffy and Ochs 2009).
To sign off, we had roasted duck simmered in red curry with sweet basil, garoupa ( it never seems to go out of fashion) in dried red curry and pad thai made the way few people do it.
Viabilidade economica do cultivo da garoupa verdadeira (Epinephelus marginatus) em tanquesrede, regiao Sudeste do Brasil.
My thanks go to Amitai Aviram, John Colombo, Dhammika Dharmapala, Victor Fleischer, Nuno Garoupa, Christine Hurt, Douglas Kahn, Richard Kaplan, Robert Lawless, Larry Ribstein, and Jamelle Sharpe.
31) Professors Ulen and Garoupa, for example, have recently shown that "activity levels in areas such as environmental liability, product liability, consumer policy, and public health are traditionally allocated to state regulation rather than liability.