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piscine

(pī′sēn′, pĭs′īn′)
adj.
Of, relating to, or characteristic of a fish or fishes.
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Exhibitors participating in Piscine Middle East are among world leaders in their specialisations," said Noemi Petit, Piscine Middle East show director.
With 60 international exhibitors and about 2,000 visitors expected for the inaugural edition, the Piscine exhibition will showcase high-quality range of swimming pools, spa products and services to specifiers and buyers in the Middle East, North African countries and India.
This finding indicates that piscine and dolphin GBS isolates may have been derived from human sources and caused a fish epidemic in Kuwait and that serotype Ia ST-7 GBS may cause a zoonosis (15).
To say Worcester have got bigger fish to fry is like confusing Moby Dick with his rather less illustrious piscine cousin, Tommy the Unknown Tiddler.
In their normal training of border patrols that monitor territorial waters, for example, they are adding instructions on how to watch for trawlers that are over-fishing piscine stocks and how to be alert to illegal waste dumping.
The Japanese chef calmly explains how diners sign waivers agreeing that they might die if they try the pricey and potentially toxic piscine.
Naeil was arrested last week in a joint covert operation code-named Piscine involving Malaysian and Australian authorities.
Until the early 1990s, only Geraldo Pinheiro, a fourth-generation cattleman who owns the Sao Geraldo ranch in Bonito, and his family and close friends were privy to the piscine pleasures of the limpid Sucuri River, which meanders through his land.
It was the sharp trained, ichthyologic eye of Miss Marjorie Courtenay-Latimer, the young curator of the East London Museum, that described the coelocanth in the slimy piscine jumble laid out on the f'oc's'le deck for her inspection and selection by the trawler's skipper, Hendrik Goosen.
An unmistakable Moroccan influence permeates La Piscine (1952); L'Arbre de Vie (1949), and La Cloche (1951), all of which can be seen at the Paris exhibition.
Maud's Pink, 1999, for example, a leather floor sculpture at Sean Kelly, coils like a snake or an alien tentacle, pocked with mink-rimmed apertures that might be eyes, genitals, or piscine suckers.
A few minutes later, writes Mundy, "as the vigilant taxpayer continued to shower, secure in her frugality and rectitude--a sort of piscine Kenneth Starr--the water waster padded barefoot into the shower area, clutching her towel.