Sea salmon

Sea´ salm´on

1.(Zool.) A young pollock.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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GENERATIONS of North Sea salmon fishing will come to an end after the Conservatives bowed to pressure from wealthy land owners.
The European Fisheries Control Agency (EFCA) has incorporated Baltic Sea salmon stocks into the joint deployment plan (JDP) for this area, in line with an amendment to the European Commission's specific control and inspection programme for cod stocks in the Baltic.
This was one of the most polluted rivers in the country, yet it can now support wild sea salmon.
In our previous work we studied the Stock Identification and Genetic variation at Microsatellite Loci of Caspian Sea Salmon (Salmo trutta caspius) to clarify the status of genetic structure of one of the mast valuable fish of Caspian sea, which by Gazazestan scientist it is denoted as endanger fish.
They meet the pasta trend (Penne with vegetables and tomato sauce), and the traditional (sauerbraten with red cabbage), fish (sea salmon on penne) and ethnic trends (vegetable, rice and chicken with an Asian sauce).
Natural Sea salmon products are sourced from an Alaska salmon fishery that was the first U.S.
It is a pity that the paths of sea salmon were ever discovered.
I ordered a blackboard special of fresh sea salmon served with a bearnaise sauce (pounds 9.95) and it proved very disappointing.
A fish dish, sea salmon with parsley potatoes, also made the list once again.