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flatfish

fish with severely flattened bodies, having both eyes on one side and swim on one side; includes halibut, flounder, sole; generally considered to mean members of the order Pleuronectiformes.
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The Dental School, who currently lease 200 Turbot Street from the government, is well on track to relocating to its new state-of-the-art site at Herston at the end of year.
In total 89 fish were caught, comprising of 66 flounder, 10 dabs, 12 turbot and a coalfish.
We sailed to sandbanks west of Jersey's Corbiere lighthouse, fishing on the drift for turbot and brill," David reports.
Steamed turbot ($34) with out-of-shell mussels in a mild curry sauce and crunchy Asian crones (nutlike baby artichokes) fares a little better.
The six products for the Christmas season were Pacific Prawns, Salmon Fillets, Pacific Turbot Fillets, Garlic Shrimp Pan, Spinach-Salmon Puff Pastry Bites and Shrimp Puff Pastry Bites.
Try summer truffle risotto, turbot with saffron noodles and lemon tart with blackcurrant sorbet.
Lestringant's islands are sometimes real islands, whose physical features and shape (Venice is shaped like a turbot, 102), population, flora and fauna are minutely described.
Nobody much-noticed him as we almost lost the battle for Canada and it was the young turbot from Newfoundland who had the moxy to pull off the Canada Day celebration that turned, enough heads, at the last minute to turn the tide.
My estimate was that for every pound of turbot that we threw in the tank, we dumped 50 pounds of dead, dying and dismembered fish, shellfish and birds back into the sea.
Predicted UK production for 2002 is for 300 tonnes of halibut, 300 tonnes of turbot and 180 tonnes of cod.
The raid followed an investigation - codenamed Turbot CB - conducted by officers from Lancashire Police Major Crime Unit and HM Customs and Excise National Investigation Service.