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megrims

pigeon fanciers' name for salmonellosis caused by Salmonella typhimurium.
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lt;/PARA><PARA>The fluctuations in TACs from 2013 to 2014 by species and zones range from the total closure of certain fisheries (including herring, cod, haddock, Norway lobster, saithe, capelin and redfish in certain zones) to large increases for others: +145% (Irish Sea herring), + 86% for megrims (North and North-West Spain), +29% for Greenland cod and +87% for mackerel icefish.
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.
Due to overfishing in Region IV, sardine, hake, anglerfish, megrims and swordfish are outside safe biological limits for sustainable fisheries
Although we lack a complete and contemporaneous Compson history, it is entirely possible that Caroline's mopes and megrims and incapacities too numerous to catalogue are the result of her marriage to Mr.
Enter, Doctor, the worried bride who with pen in hand and mind on the run from ruin attempted to beat back the megrims and vapors and corner not only honesty but even a bit of insight in a letter - but soon resorted to putting up her hair and slipping on a turban; a headdress always gives me courage.
contend that Moore's wife edited this version, which Moore dictated to her after taking to his bed with a severe case of the megrims.
The advice for whiting in the West of Scotland is for zero catches and decreases are proposed for megrims and pollack in the Celtic and Irish seas.
Stocks in EU waters of the North-East Atlantic that were not overexploited in 2012 were as follows: blue whiting (North-East Atlantic), cod (Celtic Sea, English Channel, Eastern Baltic), sole (Skagerrak, Kattegatt and Baltic Sea, Western English Channel, Southwest Ireland and Celtic Sea), haddock (North Sea, Skagerrak and Kattegatt, Rockall, West of Scotland), herring (North Sea, West of Scotland, Irish Sea, Celtic Sea, Western Baltic, Bothnian Bay and Bothnian Sea), megrims (North Sea and West of Scotland), Norway lobster (Skagerrak and Kattegatt, North Sea, West of Scotland), plaice (North Sea), saithe (North Sea, West of Scotland), sprat (Baltic Sea), spurdog (all areas) and whiting (Celtic Sea).