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fry

Fish hatchlings that have attached yolk sacs.

fry

newly hatched fish. Called also larvae.

advanced fry
young fish in the post-yolk stage. Called also alevin.
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Financed by the network, Chetwynd took off for England where he and Michael Deakin met with Donald Carrol, a wealthy American whose fascination with Fry drove him to collect reams of material on the man.
Fry, for her part, has enthusiastically embraced the gay rights agenda and abortion on demand.
Fry came to France with a list of the names of zoo intellectuals to rescue, but soon extended help to less prominent people on the Gestapo list.
Using a knife, cut a fry from each vendor so that all fries measure 2.
Fry, a large and imposing fellow with a scathing tongue, first burst into our consciousness with the TV series Jeeves and Wooster--the definitive take on P.
Fry held various executive management positions in sales, marketing and business development for Pacific Gateway Exchange, MCI (Wiltel/Worldcom), and Cable & Wireless.
com/NewYorkFriesCB/status/752535961238724608) New York Fry Society , which is free to join, is giving its members free fries Wednesday.
In good times and bad, Fry has labored under one expectation.
Our food scientists have opened the door to a whole new spectrum of french fry flavors to complement any meal.
We are pleased that our software will now be available through Fry's Electronics and Frys.
It's unclear exactly who's responsible for creating National French Fry Day, but the french fry is thought to have originated in Belgium in the 17th Century, according to punchbowl.
In our family, we always fry turkeys with Zatarain's,'' Chan said.