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 (kə-brē′yə, -brĭl′ə)
Any of various sea basses, especially edible species of the genera Epinephelus and Paralabrax.

[Spanish, diminutive of cabra, she-goat; see cabretta.]
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(Animals) any of various serranid food fishes, esp Epinephelus analogus, occurring in warm seas around Florida and the Caribbean
[Spanish, literally: little goat]
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(kəˈbrɪl ə)

n., pl. -las.
any of several sea basses, esp. Epinephelus analogus, of tropical E Pacific seas.
[1855–60; < Sp]
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Tidbits: Happy b-day greetings today, April 17, go to Katrina Ponce Enrile, Millet Mananquil, Emelinda Palattao, Lemuella Marie Cham, Olive Villacorta, Mario Cabrillas, Gloria Gempesaw, Raymund Vargas, Hermie Rivera, and Mae Romero Vecina...April 18: Aileen Papin, Margie Logarta, Tentte Wilwayco, Dhorie Geronimo, Teresa Lomboy, Carlos Veloso, Maria Luisa Medina, and Franzen Fajardo of Star Magic...
Allan Moore Cabrillas of San Jose West Central School in Nueva Ecija and a Metrobank Search for Outstanding Teacher winner; Normita Liwag, recipient of the Many Faces of the Teacher award and an Alternative Learning System teacher who taught prisoners, among others; and Mark John Marcos Tamanu, a pioneering senior high school teacher at Bukig National Agricultural and Technical School in Aparri, Cagayan province, which was among the handful of educational institutions that piloted the new K-12 (Kindergarten to Grade 12) curriculum.
Angel Manuel Ramirez Peredo y Teresa Mange Cabrillas
En la actualidad, esta zona se enmarca dentro del Paraje Natural de la Sierra de Chiva, perteneciente al dominio estructural del Sistema Iberico, entre la Sierra de las Cabrillas y la Sierra de los Bosques (Fig.
Se capturo un total de 187 reproductores de cabrillas sardineras, de los cuales 146 fueron hembras (388.5 [+ o -] 6.3 mm de longitud total y 822,4 [+ o -] 58,2 g de peso) y 41 machos (442.5 [+ o -] 10.6 mm de longitud total y 1153,7 [+ o -] 76,1 g de peso).