Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of fish
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of fish.

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Examples

  • Where Terry Jorgensen fishes is one of the only areas of deep water nearby.

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  • One is of the Miracle of the loaves and fishes from the top register of the nave wall (above the clerestory windows) of Sant 'Apollinare Nuovo, Ravenna, ca. 504.

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  • The containing group of jawed vertebrates and jawless fishes is vertebrata.

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  • The collection, which focuses on North Pacific and Bering Sea fishes, is needed by researchers on and off campus to identify species and to understand fish biology and conservation.

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  • And so doing he suffered exceeding hunger, so that he was forced to snatch up fishes from the surface of the sea and devour them raw, for stress of famine.

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  • The melting point of the fluids within these polar fishes is - 0. 8°C, but the apparent freezing point (the temperature where ice begins to grow) is significantly lower.

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  • Would you feel the same if, say, you were legally barred from displaying one of those cute little darwin fishes with feet on your desk if you have been elected to City Council?

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  • What the grandmother called fishes were the little birds; the Princess could not understand them in any other way, for she had never seen a bird.

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  • In his speech, the hunter does not chase the deer, but brings it before his gun by a magic power; the mystic fisher calls the fishes; the enchanted bullet finds its own game and needs only to be shot off; the tanner even lays a spell upon the water in his vat and makes it run up hill through a tube bent in a charm.

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  • This passage of story, concerning Christ's feeding five thousand men with five loaves and two fishes, is recorded by all the four

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