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n. pl. hoki or hok·is
A marine fish (Macruronus novaezelandiae) of southwest Pacific waters, having a silvery-blue body with a tapering tail and often used for manufactured food products. Also called blue grenadier.

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n, pl hoki
(Animals) an edible saltwater fish, Macruronus novaezeelandiae, of southern New Zealand waters
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Kua panuitia e te Minita Whanaketanga Maori, te Minita Whare Awhina hoki, a te Honore Nanaia Mahuta te putea $2.793 miriona hei tautoko i tetahi papakainga hou ki Tauranga, Te Moananui a Toi.
However, the snapper has over time been replaced with shark, hoki, blue fin gurnard and tarakihi.
The show ran from April 18 to May 6 at the Hoki Museum, Gallery 4 Small Hall in Chiba, Japan.
However, they failed to capitalise on the same and went down against Japanese duo of Takuro Hoki and Sayaka Hirota in the last two games of a thrilling clash that lasted exactly an hour.
Jimmy Craik took a ling of 11lb on a black hoki while fishing off Cambois in a private boat.
Kua waia ahau ki nga pehitanga, nga utu koretake, nga mahi tukino hoki. Kua kite ahau i nga raruraru hauora ia ra.
In New Zealand's Exclusive Economic Zone, east of South Island, Lee dumped 53 tons of hoki because the fish were "small, damaged and unmarketable," according to the ministry's statement.
Hei momo wananga tenei hautaka, hei kupu whakamiha atu hoki ki te
The New York Times had reported on the overfishing of the hoki, the New Zealand farmraised fish that McDonald's uses in its Filet-O-Fish sandwich.
The book was first published in Japanese in 1982 as a title in a 35-volume collection of educational studies published by Daiichi hoki publishers.
Connie and I are standing in Henry's home, in the ping-pong room, with Gerald and Diane Robitaille, and the other guests, awaiting the arrival of Henry and Hoki, for a surprise birthday party.
One of the materials being tested is marine collagen, which is normally part of the waste stream from hoki processing in New Zealand.