from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A sardine; an anchovy.
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- n. pilchards
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You buy them by the sardina, so decide if you want one or two sardinas.
They are sold - usually by native women - by the sardina in larger markets.
Sinopsis de datos biologicos y pesqueros de la sardina Sardinops sagax (Jenyns, 1842) en el Pacifico suroriental.
Pesqueria de la sardina en el Golfo de California 1988/1989�1989/1990.
It is frequently either smoked or canned, and the canned version is used in the same way as canned sardines (see sardina, below.)
Africa [arimaban la brasa al la sardina Sur Africana] -- in other words, they were not completely impartial.
The lake is in general well stocked with fish; though it furnishes only three kinds, the flesh of which is soft and insipid, the guavina, the vagre, and the sardina.
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