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eel

(ēl),
Any of a number of scaleless, snakelike fish.
[M.E. ele, fr. O.E. ael]

eel

Eel has been long considered (1,300 years) an aphrodisiac in Japan and is traditionally eaten on the hottest day of the year; there is no data to support the alleged aphrodisiac effect, which appears related to its phallic shape.

eel

any TELEOST fish of the Anguilliformes, having a smooth, shiny skin, a long, snakelike body and reduced fins.
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Angula urged young people to find their voice, define their mission and mobilize.
(8) Angula told the audience that the idea of building a Heroes' Acre was 'conceived' by former President Sam Nujoma in 1997 during an OAU summit in Harare.
"Dubai has always been associated with luxury and this hasn't changed," said Angula.
I think the person who was top went to Cambridge, which I think is somewhere in East Angula." There was a rousing rendition of the hymn The Old Rugged Cross followed by personal reflections by her agent and friend Max Clifford, who called her the Bermondsey Princess.
He revealed that Jade's old geography teacher had despaired when she uttered that Jadeism, about "East Angula" being abroad.
"Last week the three nickel plants in the region worked at 81% of their plan," said Holguin's state-run Radio Angula. Local TV, meanwhile, reported that the two most important plants in Moa were operating "practically at capacity" while a third plant in Nicaro was still under repair.
Namibian Prime Minister Nahas Angula defended the move, saying the couple should be left alone.