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see esox.

pike fry rhabdovirus
the cause of disease similar to spring viremia of carp.
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There are still a number of big tax breaks coming down the pike for big oil and big business that have already been passed and are to begin in 2018.
We figured there was an opportunity for our video to hit just as the VR Zeitgeist was coming down the pike," said Flatt, who positioned the segment as part of Disney's ongoing campaign to keep the 18-year-old megahit at the top of consumers' minds in a competitive Broadway landscape.
Greenberg puts the event in historical context, reflecting on the world Dean lived in at the time, an era after World War II, the end of the Korean War, the advent of rock and roll, with the sixties coming down the pike.
Hirsch said that something was coming down the pike amid the June's SINDAG Convention in Brazil, a yearly conference of top players in the aviation market that aims on agriculture.
Everything is totally distorted, and there is a day of reckoning coming down the pike," he stressed.
Our institute is really the place where businesspeople can get together with people in politics and public policy and homogenize in a way that you can find out what's coming down the pike, what types of things might be affecting your business.
More Blendtec innovations will be coming down the pike as the International Home + Housewares Show approaches.
We knew it was coming down the pike and was going to be really important," he said.
Cline does such a good job of creating his virtual world on paper, that it's hard to believe it doesn't already exist - and it's not hard to believe that it soon will, but "Ready Player One" might be the best preparation we could have for what's coming down the pike.
What they've put together is the equivalent to a fashion show in Paris: If you're in our industry, you're really going to see what's coming down the pike.
As a player on an integrated team in the Los Angeles area, and seeing the trends coming down the pike in America, I knew it wouldn't be more than a few years until the SEC (South East Conference) saw fit to integrate their teams.