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ruff

(rŭf),
A collar or ruffle.
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This could be the first indication that Eurasian ruffe are on the cusp of using the Chicago canal system to invade the Mississippi,'' he said.
In the 1950s and 1960s Vortsjarv was classified as a ruffe lake, fine-meshed trawls killed the juveniles of valuable fishes, first of all pikeperch.
schrenkii), and two outgroup percid taxa (walleye [Sander vitreus] and ruffe [Gymnocephalus cernuus]) by using the computer program CLUSTALX2 (2) (Thompson et al.
They were also being targeted by hungry ruffe fish, which were introduced into Llyn Tegid 20 years ago but are now proving a major threat to the gwyniad.
Another key target is the piranha-like English fish called the ruffe.
Peter - who fishes for Saints Match group - worked with pole tackle at eight and 11 metres for a net of small skimmers, roach and ruffe
Fiona - a close friend of last year's BB contestant Stuart Wilson - told The People how scheming Sam targeted her hunky rower boyfriend Jonathan Ruffe on a boozy night six months ago.
There's the blueback herring, ruffe, tubenosed gobies and, the ever-popular spiny water flea.
At Ground Round, to make sure that the right items are chosen for each 12 week cycle, every Friday morning at 7:30, a team including Russo, Ruffe, Varvella and several other key staff members meets to test and taste a variety of food and beverage items.
Drawn near the Old Lock near Earlswood Marina, Kevin caught small perch and ruffe for the four-hour duration of the match to run out a clear winner, pushing Dams and Locks angler Derek Jackson into second spot with 2lb 12oz.