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There are still lots of undersized codling and coalfish but decent flounders - with some going to 2lb.
There are, however, many applications where this effective separation of the oversized material, from the undersized material becomes difficult, and most often this is due to the plugging or pegging conditions.
Yesterday, the court heard that Anderson landed some of his catch illegally because he didn't want the low-value undersized fish to eat into his quota.
At Newcastle Crown Court, Potts admitted storing and transporting undersized lobsters, but a judge has hit out at the huge costs incurred by Potts and co-accused Kevin Conlin electing to come to Crown Court for trial, only to plead guilty.
A source from Spinney's said it was not intentional to stock undersized fish.
The study also revealed that women who had undersized babies (SGA, or 'small for gestational age') were also more likely to have been in shorter relationships, but only when 20 week ultrasounds demonstrated reduced blood flow to the fetus.
Mr Heap said he held his hands up to making a mistake by keeping the undersized fish and said he was always careful to return those that were under-size.
In June--through a competitive process--HPD, HDC and the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) designated the three development entities to assume responsibility for redeveloping the 63-year old site, whose World War II-era units are undersized by current standards and have aged and deteriorated beyond reasonable repair.
Initially he feels undersized, weak, and definitely unpopular.
At 6-foot-2 and 295 pounds, Brown is the most physically impressive member of UCLA's undersized defensive line.
95) tells of a teen undersized nerd with a big nose, glasses and ego problems.
It could be because it's undersized or because it communicates poorly with other emotion-processing brain regions, she says.