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A slang term for the sucking another person’s toes to trigger sexual arousal.
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Improved molecular diagnostics and the ability to explore the diversity of potential parasites in shrimp provide important new insights into the relationship between the shrimp fishery and black gill.
A Texas native, Oliver also worked on Gulf of Mexico shrimp fishery management issues prior to moving to Alaska in 1990.
At the same time, an important part of the double rig trawl fleet, originally designed to the pink shrimp fishery, also occupied the coastal area of Rio Grande do Sul State to catch the Argentine red (Pleoticus muelleri) and Argentine stiletto (Artemesia longinaris) shrimps, as well as demersal fishes, such as flatfishes (Haimovici, 1997; Perez et al.
The project of developing the aquaculture of finfish in floating cages in the Governorate of Musandam and Qaba project for shrimp fishery in the Governorate of Al Wusta come among the most important under-implementation projects that contribute to the development of the fisheries sector.
The province has immense potential for development of shrimp fishery in Sonmiani, Jewani, Kalmat, Gwadar, Pasni and Ormara.
Today, the shrimp fishery in Iranian waters of the Persian Gulf has input and output controls of limited entry, closed seasons, and closed areas.
Description of the shrimp fishery including a stratified sampling scheme for shrimps landings and effort at Karachi Fish Harbour.
5) As of this writing, the federal government has not brought enforcement actions against Louisiana, and there is no sign that the Louisiana shrimp fishery will end the damage being done to the five species of threatened and endangered sea turtles that swim in the Gulf waters.
The shrimp fishery is very important because it earned foreign exchange and generates employment.
With the development of an important industrial Penaeidae shrimp fishery in the early 1950's and a fishmeal production industry in the 1960's, fisheries started to play a much more prominent role in the Panamanian economy.
fisheries, onboard injuries occurred most commonly in the Gulf of Mexico shrimp fishery (5).
In Hall 6, Stand 915, the Heiploeg Group, Zoutkamp, the Netherlands, will be showing off its shrimp from the Suriname Seabob fishery--the first tropical shrimp fishery in the world to be awarded Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certification and the seafood ecolabel.