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  • n. Alternative form of flying fish.


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  • The flyingfish are flickering in the orange glow, and one flies close and winks at me before diving below the surface again.

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  • I saw a flyingfish gliding out of the beautiful waters of the Caribbean.

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  • On the sea far ahead a frothing whitecap broke the monotony of color, a flyingfish jumped out of the water to glisten for a moment in the sun, loose seaweed floated on the surface, to change in some degree the intense blue.

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  • At one point in the stream, to our great surprise, we saw a flyingfish.

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  • Not into the English teaching thang myself, but surely with these major Japanese businesses going down the gurgler one after the other, there exists a business opportunity? flyingfish at 12: 17 PM JST - 21st April with nova and geo going down, thats 90% of JTs market gone right there

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  • There, mullet looked as if they were trying to become flyingfish in an effort to escape becoming a midday meal.


  • "Blue water, warmer than 78 degrees, generally deeper than 300 feet, with flyingfish in the area-that's where you'll want to concentrate.



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