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gadid

(ˈɡeɪdɪd)
n
(Animals) any marine teleost fish of the family Gadidae, which includes the cod, haddock, whiting, and pollack
adj
(Animals) of, relating to, or belonging to the Gadidae
[C19: see gadoid]
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This was the case with the Toshka, Wadi Gadid, and East Port Said projects, as well as with land reclamation of agricultural land.
CAPERER AXONEME BELABOR ANIMATO LITOTES ACEROSE SPIVS HUMIC AJIVA GADID SHEDS
Resiliency of gadid stocks to fishing and climate change; proceedings.
In the settlement of Gadid, Israeli troops on Friday expelled the last settlers holed up in a synagogue, crashing through a flaming barricade of cars, wooden planks and garbage bins.
The quick evacuation of Gadid was the latest sign of progress as Israel pushed forward with its unilateral withdrawal from the Gaza Strip and part of the West Bank.
Earlier diehard Jewish settlers took to rooftops in the tiny Gadid enclave shouting "Nazis" as security forces swept in, hours after clearing Gaza's main anti-pullout strongholds.
ISRAELI troops yesterday pushed through a barricade of flaming cars into the small Gaza Strip settlement of Gadid.
ISRAELI troops pushed through a barricade of flaming cars and entered the small settlement of Gadid at sunrise today, a day after youths holed up on a synagogue rooftop pelted soldiers with acid, oil and sand in the most violent protest against Israel's Gaza pullout.
ISRAELI troops pushed through a barricade of flaming cars and entered the small settlement of Gadid at sunrise today, as the eviction of settlers from the occupied Gaza Strip continued.
Meanwhile in the Gaza Strip, Hamas took responsibility for killing Sergeant Kevin Cohen, a 19-year-old Israeli soldier posted near the Gadid settlement in the southern part of the strip.
While the glossary's introduction states that general vocabulary used throughout Egypt with only minor phonetic variations, such as tawil "long, tall" or gadid "new," will not be included in the glossary, it nevertheless frequently includes words which are common in Cairene Arabic.
The lone mission to clear out Gadid began at sunrise.