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fish tale

verb
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It's called fish tale, but it could just as easily be called sunshine - because seeing it is exactly like the sun coming out.
Mike has conquered his drink demons and he said: "If the fish tale was true, everybody who ate fish would be a genius so it can't be.
Leaper: A Fish Tale follows one fish's magical quest against the ever-growing natural and man-made monsters in our waters.
To my amazement, she told this fish tale of having caught a large sailfish on light tackle with a 30-minute fight and a dozen jumps.
Five-year-old Alex Innamorati, of West Boylston, had a fish tale to tell.
Yet in being neither fish nor fowl--that is, neither all colorful fish tale nor all emotional family yarn--the show takes a gamble.
Eventually, the brewery hopes all of its Fish Tale beers will be made with organic ingredients.
By the time the story is finished, Hohn quit his job and traveled the world in pursuit of the ducks' story, and what he ended up with is no mere fish tale.
FISH TALE Expansion of Swallowfish of Seahouses prop Patrick Wilkin
Olympia, Washington-based Fish Tale Organic Ales has been brewing ales, porters and stouts to rave reviews since 1993, and introduced its first certified organic beer in 2000.
Stanton made his directorial debut five years ago with "Finding Nemo," a gorgeous father-and-son fish tale that he co-wrote.
Fishing problems haven't gone away, but now these above-water stories have overtaken this long-running fish tale.
For Fish Brewing, this latest purchase makes the Company a three brand house, including our organic Fish Tale Ales, the Leavenworth Beers the best selling Spire Mountain Ciders," says Crayne Horton of Fish.
The Incredibles" set new toon highs as it invaded Taiwan and the Philippines, beating "Finding Nemo," and while the superhero saga bowed 25% bigger than the fish tale in Denmark, it was below the debut of "Shrek 2.