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(mē'grim),
Obsolete term for migraine.

megrim

(mē′grĭm)
n.
1. A migraine.
2. often megrims A caprice or fancy.
3. megrims Depression or unhappiness: "If these megrims are the effect of Love, thank Heaven, I never knew what it was" (Samuel Richardson).
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No-one produced any of the x + fleuk type names, although many older men and women and a few middle-aged people recognised a range of different flatfish, including dab (and sma dab), lemon sole, megrim, plaice, skate and witch.
Scots fishermen are cashing in by scooping up the megrim for export to Spain, where they are prized as a delicacy.
Vassilopoulou (2006) also suggested that empty stomachs found in a lower percentage of four spotted megrims in Western Mediterranean waters was possibly due to the less oligotrophic character of the area relative to the eastern part and to particular environmental characteristics of the sampling sites, such as their proximity to more productive coastal areas.
But when a faculty colleague (Mark Shanahan) reveals the incident with the student to save his own activist skin, Schrag comes under the grand inquisitor spotlight of government watchdog Megrim (Jeffrey DeMunn).
En el ingles antiguo paso a llamarse megrim, que posteriormente evoluciono a 'migraine".
La migrana, del vocablo ingles megrim que significa media cabeza, se define como uno de los mas frecuentes, cronicos e incapacitantes desordenes neurovasculares, caracterizado por episodios de cefalea, alteraciones del sistema nervioso autonomo y episodios conocidos como aura que involucran multiples sintomas neurologicos.
On Megrim, Sick Headache, and Some Allied Disorders: A Contribution to the Pathology of Nerve Storms.
The scientists extracted the gelatins from both warm-water fish--tilapia and tuna--and cold-water fish--cod, megrim and hake.
Challenges remain in some parts of the country where the latest scientific evidence means further restraint is needed, for example in the Celtic Sea to revive stocks of haddock and megrim.
Taking into account improvements in several stocks, the Commission has proposed raising certain TACs for the 2014 fishing season, including boarfish (+55% compared to the 2013 TAC), herring (+5%, Irish Sea and +30%, Southern Ireland, large and small sole and the West of Ireland) megrim (+86% in Iberian waters and the Central and Eastern Atlantic), hake (+15 % and 49% according to the zone) and mackerel in Portuguese waters (+17%).
Also, taking into account improvements in certain stocks, some TACs could be raised next year, including boarfish (+55% compared with the 2013 TAC), herring (+5%, Irish Sea, and +30% South Ireland and West Ireland) megrim (+86%, Iberian Sea, Central and Eastern Atlantic), hake (+15% and 49% according to the zone) and mackerel in Portuguese waters (+17%).
Bake at 165degC (fan oven) for about 40-45 RICK STEIN'S FILLETS OF MEGRIM SOLE WITH SALSA VERDE MAYONNAISE SERVES 4 INGREDIENTS 1 loaf of slightly stale bread 50g plain flour 2 large eggs, beaten Vegetable oil for deep-frying 12 megrim sole fillets, about 65g each, skinned Lemon wedges, for garnish FOR SALSA VERDE MAYONNAISE: 3 tbsp chopped fresh parsley 1 tbsp chopped fresh mint 3 tbsp capers 6 anchovy fillets 1 garlic clove, crushed 1 tsp Dijon mustard 1 tbsp fresh lemon juice 1/2 tsp salt 6 tbsp mayonnaise METHOD For the salsa verde mayonnaise, put the first seven ingredients into a pestle and mortar or food processor and grind to a coarse paste.