bluemouth

bluemouth

(ˈbluːmaʊθ)
n
(Animals) a deep water fish, Helicolenus dactylopterus
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As people head out for day charters and trips to the shore, in addition to sightings of giant skate and sharks, we've seen reports of some unusual fish coming out of our waters, from John Dory to red bandfish and bluemouth, as well as the species hunters out on LRF gear.
-- "Through a Lenz Darkly: Bluemouth Inc.'s S(t)imulated Schizophrenia." Canadian Theatre Review 127 (Summer 2006): 54-59.
S'appuyant brievement sur l'exemple de la troupe de theatre torontoise Bluemouth Inc., et s'ecartant des analyses traditionnelles de la representation localisee, il fait valoir que le lieu importe peut-etre moins que l'espace lorsqu'il s'agit d'exprimer un point de reference commun aux spectateurs.
In my experience of bluemouth inc.'s performances, the uncertainty and ambiguity that characterize the company's commingling of theatricality and performative action consistently risks, commits, and then recuperates precisely this deeply intimate "betrayal" of expectations.
Volume 9 of the New Canadian Drama series (Borealis) edited by Bruce Barton, Reluctant Texts presents the scripts of four performances: What the Thunder Said by Bluemouth Inc.
The above quote--transcribed from a grant application submitted by Stephen O'Connell of the formerly Toronto-based performance collective bluemouth inc.
Dans la rubrique Forum, la contribution du co-redacteur Bruce Barton, intitulee << Coherent Confusion and Intentional Accidents >>, porte sur le spectacle Dance Marathon de bluemouth inc.
In our Forum piece, "Coherent Confusion and Intentional Accidents," co-editor Bruce Barton explores how bluemouth inc.'s performance event Dance Marathon stirs our contemporary anxiety and enthrallment with surveillance.
Age and growth of bluemouth, Helicolenus dactylopterus, from the Portuguese continental slope.
The sheep would be susceptible to diseases spread by insects, which could have flown onto the ship, Creagh explains, which include the bluemouth and sheep pox virus, screw fly worm and foot-and-mouth disease.
As with the other volumes, this one also combines conceptual reflection with a rich appreciation of the materialities of space, place, and environment: bluemouth inc.'s reflexive performance documentation and treatment of guidelines and legislation covering quotidian performance spaces grounds the discussion in a very material and practically-oriented awareness of performance disciplines (as well of course as invoking a further socio-spatial consideration: that of ownership of land).
Rodriguez-Mendoza R, Munoz M, Saborido-Rey F (2011) Ontogenetic allometry of the bluemouth Helicolenus dactylopterus dactylopterus (Teleostei: Scorpaenidae), in the Northeast Atlantic and Mediterranean based on geometric morphometries.