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  • n. Plural form of haddock.


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  • Even though he was on his knees and only a haddocks dick away from living under a cardboard box and smelling of urine for the rest of his unfortunate life, he still had the wherewithal to call and beg me to coach him.

    2010 January | Johnny B. Truant

  • "According to the vicar, many of the local folk thought the War was due in part to people turning away from their roots and omitting to take proper precautions, such as burying a sacrifice under the foundation, that is, or burning fishes 'bones on the hearth-except haddocks, of course," he added, happily distracted.

    Sick Cycle Carousel

  • Cods, hakes and haddocks represent about 21% of the catch.

    Benguela Current large marine ecosystem

  • The most important species group in terms of shelf catches are pelagic fishes, representing 51% of the total catch, and cods, hakes and haddocks, representing 25% of the catch.

    Iceland Shelf large marine ecosystem

  • The graph (see FAO, 2003, Figure 22) indicates a succession of peaks and troughs, with a high average percentage of pelagic fishes (33%), demersal fishes (26%), and cods, hakes and haddocks (10%).

    New Zealand Shelf large marine ecosystem

  • Cods, hakes and haddocks represent the second largest group.

    Baltic Sea large marine ecosystem

  • The average catch composition is dominated by 3 groups: herrings, sardines and anchovies (almost half the catch); pelagic fishes (14% of the catch); and cods, hakes and haddocks (32% of the catch).

    Norwegian Shelf large marine ecosystem

  • Flounders, halibuts and soles, cods, hakes and haddocks crashed in 1991 and 1992.

    California Current large marine ecosystem

  • The catch composition is diverse, with cods, hakes and haddocks contributing more than 30% of the catch (see FAO, 2003 as well as the figure below).

    California Current large marine ecosystem

  • The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) 10-year trend (1990-1999, click on graph to enlarge) shows a marked decrease of gadiformes (cods, hakes and haddocks) catches in the early 1990s leading to the cod collapse of 1993-1994.

    Northeast U.S. Continental Shelf large marine ecosystem


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