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sea perch

n
1. (Animals) any of various marine serranid fishes, such as the bass and stone bass, that have an elongated body with a very spiny dorsal fin and occur in all except polar seas
2. (Animals) another name for surfperch
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Highlights include the high school team winning the national championship in the Sea Perch Challenge, great trips to Huntsville, Georgia, U-Mass, LSU, and traveling from Texas to California with fantastic young adults.
Tucking into a tasting menu, craggyedged and salmon-pink mushrooms are part of an eight-varietal steamed medley, and black throat sea perch is grilled on pine bark to give it a woody scent.
Try a starter of khinkali kalakuri, steamed dumplings filled with pork and veal (rubles 100); while mains include options of Megrelian khachapuri, a flatbread filled and topped with contrasting cheeses (rubles 590); or Black Sea perch with jonjoli, the brine-pickled flowers of a Georgian shrub (rubles 980).
subviridis), herring (Chirocentrus dorab), elongated sole (Solia elongate), black fin sea bream (Acanthopagrus berda), grunts (Pomadasys hasta), croaker (Otolithus ruber), silver sillago (Sillago sihama), sea perch (Lates calcarifer) and jaw fish (Johnius goma).
Examples include connecting with the Technology Student Association in the creation of several partnerships, establishing a STEM Showcase for the Orlando conference, creating an exciting teacher build/competition with Sea Perch, and assisting TEECA with a new robotics competition and scholarship.