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shiner

(shī′nĕr)
A slang term for a black eye, a dark or purplish hue to the skin seen just beneath the eyes. Black eyes may be seen in some people with nasal allergies or after facial injuries.
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But plastic lures like the Original Rebel Minnow rise slower.
The Akaike information criterion (AIC) model selection identified the most parsimonious linear regression model to predict swimming performance of Spotfin Shiner and Bluntnose Minnow independently.
PureBites Wild Tuna and Wild Minnow join a growing family of one or two ingredient treats and mixers for cats that now include 12 different raw freeze dried protein flavors and seven different Pure Mixer protein flavors.
Our guides are reporting trips every day of over a hundred crappie and going through fifteen dozen or more minnows. That is action in my book and Lake Shelbyville is unlike any other in Illinois as far as great summer crappie action is concerned.
The minnow that shines like sterling is as much New Mexican as are the mountains that frame what is left of its habitat.
The full ANCOVA was conducted to test skull growth differences among three groups; cannibalistic morphs from a high fathead minnow density population (Lake 21), cannibalistic morphs from high conspecific populations (Lake Ashley and CLSA Wetland P6), and typical morphs (Lake Ashley).
Along the way, Minnow must face down a series of mysterious elements and dark figures, all of which put his fortitude to the test.
Within three years, the number of minnows in the lake rebounded to what it was before the study started.
He'd cast a Devon minnow a little too far and it had got stuck in a tree on the opposite bank.
"Should Brazil be classed a minnow now?" asked Bula yesterday.
Flowering begins in March with Minnow, followed by Silver Chimes in April and finishing with the classic Pheasant's Eye in May.
Experimental design.--On June 1, 2011 adult fathead minnow males were exposed for 21 d to three different conditions: 1) caged (n = 4) located approximately 5 m below the MWPCF effluent; 2) caged (n = 3) 0.25 km upstream of the MWPCF (Fig.