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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.
Many thousands of small fish, like sardines, they left dying on the sand when they sailed away.
laughed the ghost, and having peeped through the keyhole at the princesses spinning away for dear life, the evil spirit picked up her victim and put him in a large tin box, where there were eleven other knights packed together without their heads, like sardines, who all rose and began to.
We went down to tea at the rest-house, where Stanley stuffed himself with sardines and raspberry jam, and beer, and cold mutton and pickles, when Garm wasn't climbing over him; and then Vixen and I went on.
Today's recipe for Brussels sprouts Caesar with Sardine Croutons is a pivot on the standard version.
Sardine fisheries are a main economic driver in the Philippines, netting 344,730,201 kilograms worth P7.
Commercial fishers may resume their operations in the waters of East Sulu Sea, Basilan Strait and Sibuguey Bay following a three-month ban on sardine fishing.
MANILA, Philippines The development of a sound sardine management plan may take a while as the government shifted its focus on tuna.
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It aims to establish a plant for producing and packing sardines and tuna, which are abundant in the seas of the Sultanate and the countries overlooking the Indian Ocean with an average production of about one million sardine tins a day as a first stage, in addition to fish oils and feeds extracted from fish.
The sardine lacks the dorsal trailer, has a noticeably larger eye, a light olive green back and scattered spots.