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cap·lin

 (kăp′lĭn)
n.
Variant of capelin.

caplin

(ˈkæplɪn)
n
(Animals) a variant of capelin
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.caplin - very small northern fishcaplin - very small northern fish; forage for sea birds and marine mammals and other fishes
smelt - small trout-like silvery marine or freshwater food fishes of cold northern waters
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Jest in time fer the caplin," cried the Mary Chilton.
Then the caplin moved off and five minutes later there was no sound except the splash of the sinkers overside, the flapping of the cod, and the whack of the muckles as the men stunned them.
The caplin schooled once more at twilight, when the mad clamour was repeated; and at dusk they rowed back to dress down by the light of kerosene-lamps on the edge of the pen.
Initially,] that was really not interesting to me at all, but I needed to do it to have something to stand out [on my application for medical school]," says Caplin.
Cherished grandmother of Jenn (Caplin) Roulier and her husband Rob, Josh Caplin and his wife Kate, Kara Mahoney Robinson and her husband Jeff and Eric B.
Caplin & Drysdale said it has named Beth Shapiro Kaufman president of the firm.
Mortimer Caplin was bom July 11, 1916 in New York City.
Tony Caplin quit as chairman of the Public Works Loans Board after it emerged he went bust in 2012, with debts of more than PS3million.
A Government spokesman said Tony Caplin - a former Conservative Party chief operating officer - had resigned as chairman of the Public Works Loans Board (PWLB) which is responsible for PS60 billion of loans in infrastructure projects.
Mr Caplin - a former chairman of stockbrokers Panmure Gordon - has also left his post on the Medical Research Council.
Tony Caplin has resigned as chairman of the Public Works Loan Board (PWLB).
David Cameron said he had no idea businessman Tony Caplin had been declared bankrupt in May 2012.