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netful

(ˈnɛtfʊl)
n
the quantity of fish that can be held by a net
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When WHOI scientists bring up a netful of animals, Govindarajan sequences key parts of their genes, called DNA barcodes, which are distinct to individual species.
The Texas Tribune's Abby Livingston wrote up the details of the new NBC News/Marist Poll, and the Trib's Alex Samuels recently caught a netful of Texas polls and asked some experts what they all mean.
Caption: Left, a morning of king mackerel fishing in northeast Florida begins with a netful of live mullet for trolling deep in the inlets.
The painting shows three fishermen hauling a netful of fishes in a display of brawn and dynamism.
(3.) The text of the prologue ends with "vnderstonden & tellen" as do five MSS in Fridner's apparatus, with the words "seuene siytis" written below, as in MS R (BL Royal 17.A.xxvi); Fridner's base MS (BL Harley 874) adds a final sentence (5/63): "& god al netful be at oure bigynnyng yif it be his wille Amen."