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sild

 (sĭld)
n. pl. sild or silds
A young herring that is processed as a sardine, especially in Scandinavia.

[Norwegian and Danish, from Old Norse sīld, herring.]
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sild

(sɪld)
n
(Fishing) any of various small young herrings, esp when prepared and canned in Norway
[Norwegian]
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sild

(sɪld)

n., pl. silds, (esp. collectively) sild.
any immature or small herring, other than a sprat, that is canned as a sardine in Scandinavia.
[1920–25; < Norwegian, Dan: herring, Old Norse síld]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.sild - any of various young herrings (other than brislings) canned as sardines in Norway
sardine - any of various small edible herring or related food fishes frequently canned
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"See the cunning brackets to hold candles, and the nice green sild, puckered up, with a gold rose in the middle, and the pretty rack and stool, all complete," added Meg, opening the instrument and displaying its beauties.
A recent book chapter provides an overview of data formats that have been developed for organizing QSAR models and related information (Sild et al.
Sild also come from the Swansea area and are a husband and wife duo.
Tolstoi, "The synthesis by SILD of Sn[O.sub.2.sup.-]n[H.sub.2]O nanolayers," Russian Journal of Inorganic Chemistry, vol.
(a) Immunoblot of wildtype mice control (WT cont), [iNOS.sup.-/-] mice control (iNOS-/cont), [iNOS.sup.-/-] animals treated with cuprizone ([iNOS.sup.-/-] CPZ), and [iNOS.sup.-/-] animals treated with cuprizone plus sildenafil (iNOS-/CPZ + Sild).
Though some of Tatte's plays stand out by experimental formal solutions (such as utterly long monologue and sophisticated game with time levels in Sild (The Bridge) (2000), his work on the whole could be well interpreted in the framework of "new sincerity" or "new simplicity" as one of the post-post-modernist trends in present-day literature.
Yr uchafbwynt o ran perfformiadau byw fydd gig gyda'r nos ym maes parcio Gwesty'r Ship gyda Ryland Teifi a Mendocino o Iwerddon, Bob Delyn a'r Ebillion, a Sild sydd e'u cerddoriaeth o draddodiadau Cymru ac Estonia, yn perfformio (Tocynnau pounds 12).
Another older man uses sild. Probably a variant of sill or sile, mentioned in the Corpus for the very youngest fish, it is also the North Germanic word for 'herring', particularly perhaps smaller herring used in specific types of curing.
The latest additions, all naturally rich in omega 3 oils, include sild, similar to a small herring and brisling, which has a lightly smoked flavour, along with a larger 190g can packed with mackerel fillets.
Flushed with a spirit of unfettered optimism, I followed the only sensible course of action, eschewing the Omega-3 benefits of a tin of sild and opting instead for a celebratory lunch at Turners in Harborne High Street.
Table 1 Frequency or rearing and quadrant crossings recorded during four open field sessions in intact (INT) and castrated (CAST) rats treated with sildenafil (SILD) or not treated (CONT) (a).
AS, Nergard Sild AS, Lofoten Pelagiske AS, Fryseriet AS, Domstein Bodo AS and Modolv Sjoset Pelagic AS.