Fish

A fish is any member of a paraphyletic group of organisms that consist of all gill-bearing aquatic craniate animals that lack limbs with digits. Included in this definition are the living hagfish, lampreys, and cartilaginous and bony fish, as well as various extinct related groups. Most fish are ectothermic (`cold-blooded`), allowing their body .....
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FISH

Fighting In Someone's House
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FISH

(fluorescence in situ hybridization) A way of measuring HER2 levels in cancer cells.
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fish

[n] - the flesh of fish used as food 2. [n] - any of various mostly cold-blooded aquatic vertebrates usually having scales and breathing through gills 3. [v] - seek indirectly 4. [v] - catch or try to catch fish or shellfish
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Fish

• (v. i.) To seek to obtain by artifice, or indirectly to seek to draw forth; as, to fish for compliments. • (n.) The twelfth sign of the zodiac; Pisces. • (v. t.) To catch; to draw out or up; as, to fish up an anchor. • (n.) A piece of timber, somewhat in the form of a fish, used to strengthen a mast or yard. • (n.) An ovi...
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fish

noun any of various mostly cold-blooded aquatic vertebrates usually having scales and breathing through gills; `the shark is a large fish`; `in the living room there was a tank of colorful fish`
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Fish

[card game] Photograph of glass cheval de frise (in the later sense of the word) on the wall of a nineteenth century fort. Photo taken by Securiger ...
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FISH

[cipher] The FISH (FIbonacci SHrinking) stream cipher is a fast software based stream cipher using Lagged Fibonacci generators, plus a concept from the shrinking generator cipher. It was published by Siemens in 1993. FISH is quite fast in software and has a huge key length. However, in the same paper where he proposed Pike, Ross Anderson sh...
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Fish

[cryptography] Fish (sometimes FISH) was the UK`s GC&CS Bletchley Park codename for any of several German teleprinter stream ciphers used during World War II. Enciphered teleprinter traffic was used between German High Command and Army Group commanders in the field, so its intelligence value (Ultra) was of the highest strategic value to the...
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Fish

[nickname] Fish or The Fish is a nickname of: ...
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Fish

[poker] A fish is someone who does not really know how to play poker well. Usually, the fish loses a big amount of money because he/she would call you with anything or was not able to play the hand well. Be careful because when the fish hits something, it is hard to make them fold. Fish can sometimes be easily outplayed. Fishes can easily b...
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Click images to enlargeAquatic vertebrate that uses gills to obtain oxygen from fresh or sea water. There are three main groups: the bony fishes or Osteichthyes (goldfish, cod, tuna); the cartilaginous fishes or Chondrichthyes (sharks, rays); and the jawless fishes or Agnatha (hagfishes, lampreys). Fishes of s...
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Fish

Fish intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Fished ; present participle & verbal noun Fishing .] 1. To attempt to catch fish; to be employed in taking fish, by any means, as by angling or drawing a net. 2. To see...
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Fish

Fish noun [ French fiche peg, mark, from fisher to fix.] A counter, used in various games.
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Fish

Fish noun ; plural Fishes , or collectively , Fish . [ Middle English fisch , fisc , fis , Anglo-Saxon fisc ; akin to Dutch visch , Old Saxon & Old High German fisk , German fisch , Icelandic fiskr , Swedish & Da...
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Fish

Fish transitive verb [ Middle English fischen , fisken , fissen , Anglo-Saxon fiscian ; akin to German fischen , Old High German fisc...n , Goth. fisk...n . See Fish the animal.] 1. To catch; to draw out or up; as, to fish up a...
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fish

A cold-blooded vertebrate that lives in water and uses gills for providing oxygen to the blood. Fish typically have fins, scales, a slender body, and a two-chambered heart. There are three main groups: the bony fish or Osteichthyes (e.g. goldfish, tuna); the cartilaginous fish or Chondrichthyes (e.g...
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fish

A common (derogatory) term for bad players. By the same token, good players are sometimes called sharks, because they prey on the fish.
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Fish

a creature that lives in water and has fins and gills. If you don't know what this is maybe you should learn before going fishing:)
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FISH

A laboratory technique used to look at genes or chromosomes in cells and tissues. Pieces of DNA that contain a fluorescent dye are made in the laboratory and added to cells or tissues on a glass slide. When these pieces of DNA bind to specific genes or areas of chromosomes on the slide, they light up when viewed under a microscope with a special li...
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fish

A physical mappingapproach that uses fluorescent tags to detect hybridisation of probes with metaphasechromosomes and with the less-condensed somatic interphase chromatin. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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Fish

A poor player -- one who gives his money away. It's a well-known (though not well-followed) rule among good players to not upset the bad players, because they'll stop having fun and perhaps leave. Thus the phrase, 'Don't tap on the aquarium.'
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fish

A popular dance done to Fox Trot music in 4/4 time (New Orleans jazz type music) whereby the dancers rock their pelvis forward and back balancing on one foot and then the other in a slow gyrating manner. Originated in 1961.
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Fish

A score of nine or less, usually denoted by drawing a whale around the score on the scoreboard. (See also circle it and whale).
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Fish

A simple object in Conway's Game of Life that swims vertically or horizontally.
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