- n. Plural form of tuna.
“Inside the small boat were several yellow fin tunas.”
“On the other hand, the plant has naturalized very nicely in Italy, where they use the fruit, also known as "tunas", to make a lovely syrupy sauce.”
“Furthermore, our results predict the value of long-term GPS tracking applied to other large pelagic fish species such as tunas, billfish and sharks that surface relatively frequently, and have high conservation priority in many ocean regions where a greater understanding of when and why they use certain habitats would enhance management.”
“But the really great thing about the albacore is that unlike some of the larger, more popular tunas, this is sustainable.”
“More Map: New York City Food Guide Mr. Yasuda continues to be involved in the restaurant by locating a greater variety of fish from Japan, particularly tunas, to send to the restaurant.”
“Ramsay de Give for The Wall Street Journal Mitsuru Tamura was the replacement, but Mr. Yasuda continues to be involved by locating a greater variety of fish from Japan, particularly tunas, to send to the restaurant.”
“This week, Ms. Block said that "we can't really clearly establish how many tunas remain" until scientific models assessing the fish's population improve.”
“Due to the mucilaginous nature of cactus fruit, tunas are a natural for making a sorbet or ice cream.”
“Cut about 1 kilogram of cactus tunas in half, scoop the flesh out into a blender and liquefy and then strain to remove the seeds.”
“Chittum continued, saying "Japanese companies, worried about the bluefin tuna's possible extinction, have supplies of frozen, whole tunas to sell later at exorbitant prices.”
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