SPRAT


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SPRAT

Abbreviation for:
Sheffield Peer Review Assessment Tool
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The growth parameters of Patagonian sprat obtained from the present study resembled those obtained by Gru & Cousseau (1982) for the Santa Cruz coast in Argentina and the Falkland Islands, particularly in the growth coefficient (K) (Table 3).
On the other hand, the decision on sprat - no change in the TAC of 11.
On Thursday, Naydenov has told Damanaki that Bulgaria will put even more efforts in preventing the illegal fishing of turbot and sprat.
The West Country Whitebait Fillets are an innovative product which utilises Sprats caught locally from the shores of Devon and Cornwall.
A small fleet of UK sprat fishermen is dedicated to ensuring a sustainable supply of sprats.
Husband and wife Martin and Linda Sargent who both volunteer at the centre, decided to take Sprat in.
Sprat to catch a mackerel is the phrase that comes to mind.
The fishing party's report said: "Six months on Taransay and we've not caught Jack Sprat.
Ben tried a sprat and Jeff with the cut-off tail of a mackerel.
Thus Thomas Sprat worried that astrology "withdraws our obedience from the true Image of God [and] affects men with fears, doubts, irresolutions, and terrors.
The Rehearsal (1671) was a burlesque satire of Dryden, written with Thomas Sprat (1635 - 1713) and the 2nd duke of Buckingham (George Villiers), among others.