jack salmon

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(ˈwɔl aɪ)

n., pl. -eyes, (esp. collectively for 1,2 ) -eye.
1. Also called walleyed pike. a large game fish, Stizostedion vitreum, of lakes and rivers in NE North America, having large eyes.
[1515–25; back formation from walleyed]
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Noun1.jack salmon - pike-like freshwater perchesjack salmon - pike-like freshwater perches  
pike perch, pike-perch - any of several pike-like fishes of the perch family
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Demolition work had begun on Jack Salmon's ancient thatched cottage in Britannia Street.
its massive wheels churning grey water where jack salmon dived for cover
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Although at 38, Mark Wahlberg may have now crossed the threshold from macho to mature, he lacks the gravitas to delve into the anguish required for the role of Jack Salmon. Mr.