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  • n. A large salmonid fish, scientific name Stenodus leucichthys, with a large mouth with a protruding lower jaw and a high and pointed dorsal fin

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In ichthyology, a salmonoid fish, the Mackenzie river salmon, Stenodus mackenzii, resembling the whitefishes, Coregonus, but with a deeply cleft mouth, much-projecting lower jaw, broad lanceolate supramaxillaries, and teeth in bands on the vomer, palatines, and tongue.


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  • if you like cache and lemming, try to check out code inconnu, which is another of Haneke's and is absolutely fantastic.

    Ferule & Fescue

  • Un homme qui fut de la fortune et du renom inconnu :

    Literary translation (English)

  • Other important foods are inconnu, whitefish, cisco, and blueberries.

    Indigenous peoples, animals, and climate in the Arctic

  • Vers l'instant, Lecture de 'Portrait d'un inconnu' de Nathalie Sarraute.

    Sarraute, Nathalie.

  • Jerzy Kolendo makes the case for skepticism in Uno spartaco sconosciuto nella Pompei osca: Le pitture della casa di Amando, Index 9 1980: 3340 and Spartacus sur une peinture osque de Pompei: Chef de la grande insurrection servile ou un gladiateur inconnu originaire de la Thrace?

    The Spartacus War

  • The inconnu (circumpolar species) spawns in Buffalo Lake, and the Peace-Athabasca delta is an important spawning area for goldeye and walleye.

    Wood Buffalo National Park, Canada

  • India via Persia; and held that they had been reduced to their present shape by an Auteur Arabe inconnu.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Hier apres-midi je recois un SMS dont l'expediteur se revele etre inconnu au bataillon!

    pinku-tk Diary Entry

  • Elle connait des gens via forum de passionnĂ©s qui valent mille fois plus le coup que moi mais non elle le revend a un inconnu.

    pinku-tk Diary Entry

  • Margaret Gilman, "Balzac and Diderot: Le Chef-d'oeuvre inconnu" source study; 19th c.

    In 1950, what was published in PMLA?


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  • It's a fish.

    January 2, 2012

  • "...most of the gravestones are marked either 'Inconnu' or 'A soldier of the Great War known unto God' like so many graves we saw over these three days."

    - web page, Brian Ralph.

    April 25, 2008