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blueback

(ˈbluːˌbæk)
n
any of several species of fish with a blue colouring
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Bluebacks were nautical charts produced in the United Kingdom by private publishers.
The images were so inflammatory that Canada banned all hunting of whitecoats and bluebacks (otherwise known as hooded seals) in 1987.
Having heard all of the London "Bluebacks" and all but one of the RCA Living Stereo releases that Grundman did for Classic, I'd say that the sound here is typical of the orchestral sound that he was able to get from these ancient master tapes.
Rivers and streams: Siuslaw River anglers report very good catch rates of sea-run cutthroat trout (bluebacks) in tidewater.
Many will remember the high profile campaigns in the '70s and '80s which led effectively to a ban on the killing of baby seals, but this applied only to harp seals, known as "whitecoats", and hooded seals, known as "bluebacks".
But this applied only to harp seals known as 'whitecoats' and hooded seals known as 'bluebacks'.
Many will remember the high-profile campaigns in the 70s and 80s which led effectively to a ban on the killing of baby seals, but this applied only to harp seals known as whitecoats and hooded seals known as bluebacks.
Many will remember thehighprofile campaigns in the '70s and '80s which led effectively to a ban on the killing of baby seals,but this appliedonl y to harp seals kno wn as white coats and hooded seals kno wn as bluebacks. Harp seals shed their white coats at only 10 or 12 days old,and the Canadians are now targeting these animals.
River Chinooks of the better grades, Bluebacks and Puget Sound Sockeyes, with
"At places like Lake Murray in South Carolina and Clarks Hill or Hartwell on the Georgia-South Carolina border, bluebacks spawn on shallow, sloping points," states the Hughson, California swimbait sage.
Cutthroat trout angling is good in many of the Siuslaw River tributaries, and anglers are reporting very good catch rates of sea-run cutthroat trout (bluebacks) in tidewater.
Released in late 1957, it was among the very first Stereo London Bluebacks (CS-6006), and rightly belongs in a series devoted to distinguished recordings.