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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It is hoped the twaite shad - a 13th century favourite with King Henry III - will soon swim again in the River Severn following a multi-million pound project spearheaded by the Severn Rivers Trust, the Environment Agency and Canal & River Trust.
Twaite shad could soon be swimming again in the upper reaches of the Severn if an "Unlocking The Severn" project is successful
These monitoring results are significant because they indicate the current levels of twaite shad in the river which once supported millions of this species.
Anglers fishing Rat House Corner in the Wear are taking bags of mackerel and good-sized herring and also twaite and allis shads.
Children who have experienced childhood physical abuse are also at an increased risk for developing anxiety, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder as adults (Kaplow & Spatz-Widom, 2007; Twaite & Rodriguez-Srednicki, 2004).
Members of the Alosa genus, including the American shad (Alosa sapidissima) and Twaite shad (Alosa fallax), demonstrate heterochronal spawning (10, 11).
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.
Turan and Basusta (2001) studied the level of variation among the twaite shad (Alosa fallax nilotica) in the waters of territory of Turkey with the truss morphometric system using Discriminant Function (DFA) and Principal Component Analyses (PCA).
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).