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The Kimchi Udon is adjusted for young palates by removing smoked bonito fish flakes and salty flying fish roe, though the spicy fermented cabbage remains.
All sorts of colorful characters swim by—a juvenile jack wedged between the tentacles and bell of a jellyfish for protection, a flying fish harboring a pygmy squid beneath its wing.
Was getting a bit carried away with watching my progress on the GPS tonight and was rudely interrupted when a flying fish hit me, er, in the bum!
Women make up about 31 percent of the 6.5 million Americans who fly fish, according to the most recent study by the Recreational Boating & Fishing Foundation.
Puffins, flying fish, and dolphins are naturals in both the air and sea, moving from one to the other with ease.
Like the photograph of my dad and Jimmy Carter, signed by the former president, taken when my father was directing him in a public service commercial about a local Pennsylvania creek where Carter loved to fly fish.
Anglers decamp here in May and June to dry-fly fish for brook trout and landlocked salmon in September.
Crunch and spice Tobiko, or flying fish roe, are those crunchy, bright-orange fish eggs pressed into the outside of California rolls.
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First Known Use of flying fish
FLYING FISH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of flying fish for English Language Learners
: a type of fish that has long fins which look like wings and that is able to jump out of the water and glide through the air
FLYING FISH Defined for Kids
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