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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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He added: "She has huge experience of the issues that matter to people in Moray and will do everything she can to protect jobs and the economy from a damaging no-deal Brexit."
Tim Eagle, leader of the Tory group at Moray Council, said: "Personal lives should not come into politics and this was not acceptable."
" Mr Moray was last seen by his family on July 24 , and by a friend some five days later in Bro Deg, Cwmbach.
The historic coastal villages of Findhorn, Burghead and Hopeman attract many visitors thanks to the golfing, sailing and water sports facilities available, whilst the Moray coastline has picturesque, unspoilt beaches.
According to NKT, the Moray East project comprises the manufacture of approximately 175 kilometres of 220 kV AC offshore export cables, installation by the NKT Victoria cable-laying vessel and burial of the cables.
Moray Council said free bottled drinking water can be collected in Elgin and Aberlour.
Wallace and de Moray's army inflicted a shattering defeat on much larger English forces as they attempted to cross the Forth in September 1297 in the famous battle.
The classic whisky is taken and aged for a further eight months in tawny port casks which have been brought from Portugal to produce Glen Moray Single Malt Classic Port Cask Finish (glenmoray.com/shop or Spirited Wines, price from PS25).
Classic " Glen Moray is launching |Glen Moray Classic Peated Single Malt in Morrisons on May 4, (from PS22) and it will be in Sainsbury's from the end of June.
Moray hired architect Jack Barnes (jackbarnes arcbitect.com) to design the cottage a few years ago, when Portland--capital of micro everything--started encouraging residents to construct auxiliary dwelling units on their property.
In fact, they've hardly seen each other, because Moray has been exiled to Paris after being ostracised by Lord Glendenning, the powerful owner of The Paradise.
Tyson, who was previously the general manager of crab processor Burgons of Eyemouth, brings considerable expertise to Moray Seafoods where he will now play a crucial role in spearheading the Buckie based company's plans to broaden its scope and develop a wide portfolio of premium shellfish products to complement its core langoustine business.