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  • n. Plural form of cisco.


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  • The color is also a perfect match for northen ciscos, locally known as tulibees, which are a primary walleye forage.

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  • I wanna have music and visuals (which I mistyped as ciscos, someone shoot me).

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  • Besides the widely distributed “lake herring,” seven other species of ciscos have been recognized from the Great Lakes.

    Trout and Salmon of North America

  • At that time, the most distinctive species, the Bonneville “cisco,” was believed to be derived from the ciscos of the Great Lakes pelagic, herring-like whitefish species and thus was classified in a different genus.

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  • So i use ciscos packet tracer and what info i can get my hands on to learn more on summer break.

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  • Though most commonly associated with the Great Lakes, ciscos exist in a number of inland waters, too, where they provide limited recreational opportunities and the occasional, unusual by-catch to anglers who are seeking other species.

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  • Cons: The set up disc which comes within the box doesn't really work you'll need to download the newest version from ciscos website. RSS Feed - Daily Deals


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