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crayfish

a decapod crustacean (suborder Macrura) that possesses an elongate body of the CARIDOID FACIES type.
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Though set in the 1950s and 1960s, Where the Crawdads Sing is, in its treatment of racial and social division and the fragile complex-ities of nature, obviously relevant to contemporary politics and ecology.
HHH WHERE The Crawdads Sing requires a patient reader.
Now this wildlife scientist and award-winning nature writer has turned to fiction, penning what she calls a "socio-biological thriller" with a titular nod to her mother's early wisdom, Where the Crawdads Sing.
CHARLIE ATE THE OTHER TWO crawdads and re-baited the crawdad pot, and later stood in the doorway to the shack, leaning against what little was left of the wooden doorframe.
crabs and crawdads with the sweet darling blush of recently boiled
He had a little bit of local fame as lead singer in a long-running bluegrass band, the Putah Creek Crawdads. For her part, Claudia Maupin was an associate pastor at a local Unitarian church, where she served as a counselor and den mother to younger women.
It details the history of the league and its predecessors, then presents profiles of the Asheville Tourists, Augusta Greenjackets, Charleston RiverDogs, Delmarva Shorebirds, Greensboro Grasshoppers, Greenville Drive, Hagerstown Suns, Hickory Crawdads, Kannapolis Intimidators, Lakewood BlueClaws, Lexington Legends, Rome Braves, Savannah Gnats, and West Virginia Power, with information on the history of baseball in the town or city, stadiums, and teams and players, as well as baseball-related and other attractions and restaurants, followed by discussion of Durham as the hub for a road trip, two road trip itineraries and options for fans of a specific team.
Lots of people think that's a bad thing, but it forces bass to target crawdads, bluegills, trout, and salmon.
For live bait anglers, it's hard to beat crickets or small crawdads if you can get them."
Long still shots imitate the captive gaze of young, inquisitive eyes: the audience and Hushpuppy take time to investigate the intricacies of a bucket of squirming crawdads or the many caterpillars creeping around an insect's web.
Spinners imitate smaller fish, the versatile soft plastic worm imitates all kinds of species and can be fished in so many different ways, and there are as many artificial lures--frogs, crawdads, rooster tails, spoons, rattletraps, you name it--as you want to buy.
Go easy on those boiled crawdads and soft-shelled crabs, though, my friend.