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shiner

n. a black eye. Wow, look at Marty’s shiner!
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This includes selling Mr Shiners home, which the Official Receiver is in the process of doing.
Lake Jackson has a healthy population of lake shiners and they can be caught pretty easily.
In addition to quarterly sampling, nine to 10 adult Texas Shiners were collected monthly at each site from October 2003 to September 2004, exposed to a lethal dose of MS-222 (80 mg/liter) in accordance with IACUC permit 06-0620_802, and preserved in 10% formalin for reproductive analyses and diet.
People who've been inebriated have been described 'punch drunk', for the simple reason that a lot of black eyes, or shiners, have emanated from brawls either inside a public house or just outside its precincts.
LTRM first collected Channel Shiners (n=8) in a single mini fyke net at the Peoria TWZ in 2012.
Sam Hinchliffe has provided me with a photograph of the locals at The Three Shiners plus a newspaper cutting about its history, written by former Examiner columnist John Bright many years ago.
After two hours of broadcast traffic noise in the lab, small silvery fish called blacktail shiners (Cyprinella venusta) could no longer detect some important sounds as easily as fish not exposed to the highway din.
I asked him how many individual shiners he sells a week.
The positive regression analysis relationships of Emerald Shiners show that they are indeterminate growers.
Drought diminished the river - and the fish - so badly two years ago that Wilde and others collected shiners to take to a hatchery in Oklahoma.
In 2009, 354 Topeka shiners were found in one restored oxbow alone.
They migrate to shallow weedy areas, typically in harbors, following schools of shiners and other pelagic baitfish.
State fish biologists have discovered golden shiners, a common baitfish measuring three to four inches in length, in the popular lake 70 miles east of Roseburg.
Golden shiners were injected with glochidia a year before the experiment took place.
Hesse and Newcomb (1982) found that sand shiners composed 88.