Whistlefish

Whis´tle`fish`


n.1.(Zool.) A gossat, or rockling; - called also whistler, three-bearded rockling, sea loach, and sorghe.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Nic Rowley, chair of the Residents' Association of Westwood Business Park and business solution manager at Whistlefish, added: "Westwood Business Park has been suffering from congestion for a number of years and last winter in particular residents were experiencing long delays.
Ms Roberts, a guide at the Whistlefish Gallery, saw off stiff competition from more than 90 entries from around the world to win the pounds 1,000 first prize.
The Whistlefish Gallery, which will open on March 1, was formed in 1996 by Lynda Thompson, who had created hand painted greetings cards in the kitchen of her home in Cornwall, and then sold them at local craft fairs.
Claire Barrington, proprietor of The Whistlefish Gallery, Liverpool, said: "All of our locations are near the water's edge - the river is so important to our brand.