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Her·ring

(her'ing),
Percy T., English physiologist, 1872-1967. See: Herring bodies.
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"We 've got sardines, crackers, and cheese," said Bess, clearing off a table with all speed.
Never mind if the china don't hold out; take the sardines by their little tails, and wipe your fingers on my brown-paper napkins," said Kate, setting the example with such a relish, that the others followed it in a gale of merriment.
We were packed like sardines. There was nothing to do but rot and die--that is, there was nothing to do after the night that followed the first death.
You never saw anything like it in your life-- Just think--they kept five different kinds of sardines, those men!
In fact the wagon was so closely packed with boys of all ages that it looked like a box of sardines. They were uncomfortable, they were piled one on top of the other, they could hardly breathe; yet not one word of complaint was heard.
The bed was tilted against the wall by day, and let down at 6:30, when it filled nearly half the room; and all the boys slept in it, except Michael, lying like sardines in a tin.
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But his sardine saga began in March, when to his horror, he discovered the shelves at the Metro Centre store were "totally bare".
Lopez said tamban, the main input for canned sardines, costs up to P34 per kilo, from P19 per kilo, forcing sardine makers to appeal for authority to increase prices.
Muscat, Dec.10 (ONA) The founding committee of the Tuna and Sardine Processing Project (TSPP) held a meeting at the Omani Food Investment Holding Company today with potential shareholders to this vital project.
Keith had created a bizarre character known by the surreal name of Sardine. He wore a pink body stocking, a weird mask with no mouth, and a trilby.