Twaite

(twāt)
n.1.(Zool.) A European shad; - called also twaite shad. See Shad.
1.(O. Eng. Law) A piece of cleared ground. See Thwaite.
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e decit had swollen to 43-5 on the hour, but OCs' persistence was rewarded as Mike Morris, Sam Pearson and Phil Twaite made good progress before Alex Telfer whipped the telling pass to Matty Fielder.
Edward Twaite, regional managing director, Menasa & Partners, remarked that the number of people moving from the UAE and taking up new positions in Qatar and Saudi Arabia has increased.
The week's biggest carp were 20lb fish caught by Mike Twaite and Ross Murphy.
Members of the Alosa genus, including the American shad (Alosa sapidissima) and Twaite shad (Alosa fall ax), demonstrate heterochronal spawning (10, 11).
fish THIS relatively rare fish, a twaite shad, was caught by Prestonpans angler Kevin Crawford at Port Seton power station.
The problem in establishing CSA prevalence rates is that both the definition and the age range covered in studies has varied substantially (Butcher, Mineka, & Hooley, 2010; McGregor, 2008; Rodriguez-Srednicki & Twaite, 2006).
But WWF Cymru head Anne Meikle, said: "The feasibility study undertaken by the UK Government between 2008 and 2010 showed that there was no strategic case for a Severn tidal power scheme to proceed at this time and that a barrage would lead to severe and irreversible environmental impacts, including the possible local extinction of salmon and twaite shad and significant reductions in the feeding area for migratory birds.
The fish populations said to be vulnerable were pollan, Arctic char, twaite shad, Killarney shad and the Atlantic salmon.
There are two of this species - the Allis and the Twaite, both of which are protected species and should be returned to the water alive.
Population structure has not been found in genetic analyses of other clupeids including Atlantic herring (Clupea harengus) (Grant, 1984), twaite shad (Alosa fallax) (Volk et al.
Starbank Primary received funding from the Creative Partnerships Change School programme, delivered by Bright Space, to develop the play with teachers and drama practitioner Gillian Twaite.