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zingel

(ˈzɪŋəl)
n
(Animals) an edible freshwater perch of Europe with a long, slender body
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Adult and juvenile fish influence planktonic communities in natural environments, reducing densities and/or the average population size of some organisms and consequently, enabling the population growth of other (Kissic, 1987; Guest, Drenner, Threlkeld, Martin, & Smith, 1990; Gerking, 1994; Karus, Paaver, Agasild, & Zingel, 2014; Sass et al., 2014).
2008), with formerly rare species such as the ziege (Pelecus cultratus), zingel (Zingel zingel), streber (Zingel streber) and others all making a comeback (Jurajda et al.
Angeler (e), Josef Hejzlar (f), Eva Padpastergiadou (g), Priit Zingel (h), Ayse Idil Cakiroglu (b), Ulrike Scharfenberger (d), Stina Drakare (e), Tiina Noges (h), Michal Sorf (f,i), Konstantinos Stefanidis (g), U.
Jettmar, ed., Cultures of the Hindukush (Wiesbaden: Franz Steiner, 1974); George Buddruss, "Linguistic Research in Gilgit and Hunza: Some Results and Perspectives," Journal of Central Asia, Vol.8, No.1, (1985), pp.27-32, "Zur altesten Sammlung von Sprichwortern and Ratseln in der Shina-Sprache," Studien Zur Indologie and Iranistik, Vol.13/14, (1987), pp.39-57; "German Linguistic Research in the Northern Areas of Pakistan," in Zingel-Ave' Lallemant, Stephanie and Zingel, Wolfgang- Peler, ed.,
However, "The position of the ministry and Minister Jaanus Tamkivi is firm-mines will not be allowed before it's clear they will not damage nature," Hanno Zingel, nature protection expert at the environment ministry, proclaimed.
Burki and Craig Baxter, Pakistan under the Military: Eleven Years of Ziaul Haq (Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1991); Mohammad Waseem, Pakistan Under Martial Law 1977-1985 (Lahore: Vanguard Books Ltd., 2002); and Zingel Lattlemant, ed., Pakistan in the 1980s (Lahore: Vanguard Books Ltd., 1985).
[31.] Krall, H., Kukk, T., Kull, T., Kuusk, V., Leht, M., Oja, T., Reier, U., Sepp, S., Zingel, H., Tuulik, T.
(1993), Amjad and Kamal (1997), Zingel (1998), Ali and Tahir (1999), Jafri (1999), Qureshi and Arif (2001), Arif, et al.