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ruff

(rŭf),
A collar or ruffle.
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Thus, depending on the number of ice-days (from 15 to 141), between ~ 50 and ~ 541 tonnes of perch, roach, and ruffe could be landed during a season by the recreational ice fishermen from the Estonian side of Lake Peipsi.
In addition notable concentrations of PbM were calculated for perch and burbot from the Pargas-Parainen reservoir in contrast to the comparably low concentrations of smelt, pike, ruffe, pikeperch, roach, and bream from the same basin as well as pike and perch from the Gennarby reservoir.
and a short Cambridge play titled Band, Ruffe, and Cuffe.
15) Among his many purchases of playbooks in the early seventeenth century, Sir Edward Dering bought "six playbookes of Band Ruff and Cuff" (copies of A Merrie Dialogue, betweene Band, Cuffe, and Ruffe [1615])--and since he also paid for other theatrical accoutrements it has been suggested he was organizing private amateur theatricals.
The loch provides idyllic surroundings and conditions for the keen angler looking for salmon, sea trout, pike, perch, eels, brown trout, roach, chub, rainbow trout, powan, ruffe and dace.
Bachhuber-Hildebran, Tualatin, d Sam Ruffe-Natalie Ruffe, South Medford, 6-4, 6-3.
Llyn Tegid's gwyniad has also come under threat from ruffe, introduced to the lake in the 1980s, which eat the eggs and young fish.
Johnson & Johnson Medical Device & Diagnostic companies have continued to pursue data excellence, both internally and externally, because we understand how critical accurate data is to the supply chain," says Kevin Ruffe, Worldwide Vice President, eBusiness for Johnson & Johnson Health Care Systems Inc.
The hit-list also includes a piranha-like English fish called the ruffe.
Meanwhile the smaller but aggressive Ruffe is making a feast of gwyniad eggs and the newly hatched fish.
St Nicolas Boys under 12s entertained Bulkington Bulls and took the spoils 12-1, Daniel Wright and Ross Proudlock notched three-timers with doubles from Joshua Ruffe and Scott Warr but Grove farm had to play second fiddle at Weddington Thistle Pumas where Alex Gadsby's brace came in a 5-0 home victory.