Mackerel

Waters:Northern Atlantic coasts Description (in water): Makos and other sharks harvested for food weigh from 15 to 120 lbs. (Many are larger). They are long and thin with bluish-gray backs that fade to pearly bellies Description (in market): Dense, meaty, pinkish-white flesh that's low in fat, firm in texture, and moderately-strong in flavor (some steaks and fillets contain darker sections of reddish meat that have a more pronounced flavor). ...

Mackerel

A long, slender saltwater fish. The flesh is firm and fatty, with a distinctive savory flavor. The most popular mackerel is the king mackerel, also known as the 'kingfish.'
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Mackerel

A type of tabby pattern where the colours of the coat appear striped.
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mackerel

[n] - flesh of very important usually small (to 18 in) fatty Atlantic fish 2. [n] - any of various fishes of the family Scombridae
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Mackerel

Mack'er·el noun [ Old French maquerel , French maquereau , from Dutch makelaar mediator, agent, from makelen to act as agent.] A pimp; also, a bawd. [ Obsolete] Halliwell.
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Mackerel

Mack`er·el noun [ Old French maquerel , French maquereau (LL. macarellus ), probably for maclereau , from Latin macula a spot, in allusion to the markings on the fish. See Mail armor.] (Zoology) Any species of the genus Scomber , and of severa...
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mackerel

<zoology> Any species of the genus Scomber, and of several related genera. They are finely formed and very active oceanic fishes. most of them are highly prized for food. ... The common mackerel (Scomber scombrus), which inhabits both sides of the North Atlantic, is one of the most important food fishes. It is mottled with green and blue. The...
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mackerel

noun any of various fishes of the family Scombridae
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mackerel

noun flesh of very important usually small (to 18 in) fatty Atlantic fish
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Mackerel

• (n.) A pimp; also, a bawd. • (n.) Any species of the genus Scomber, and of several related genera. They are finely formed and very active oceanic fishes. Most of them are highly prized for food.
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mackerel

any of a number of swift-moving, streamlined food and sport fishes found in temperate and tropical seas around the world, allied to tunas in the ... [5 related articles]
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Mackerel

The USS Mackerel was an American Mackerel Class coastal submarine of 800 tons displacement launched in 1940. USS Mackerel was powered by Nelseco diesel engines providing a top speed of 14.5 knots surfaced and electric motors providing a top speed of about 11 knots submerged. She was armed with one 3 inch gun; two machine-guns; four 21 inch bow torp...
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Mackerel

Mackerel is slang for a procurer; a pimp.
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Mackerel

Mackerel is slang for a procurer; a pimp.
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mackerel

mackerel, common name for members of the family Scombridae, 60 species of open-sea fishes, including the albacore, bonito, and tuna. They are characterized by deeply forked tails that narrow greatly where they join the body; small finlets behind both the dorsal and the anal fins; and sleek, streamli...
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Mackerel

The mackerel is any of various pelagic fish of the genus Scomber, and of several related genera found in the north Atlantic and Mediterranean. Species of mackerel include the common mackerel (Scomber scombrus) and the Spanish mackerel (Scomberomorus maculatus) which is found off the coast of American and is covered with bright yellow circular spots...
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mackerel

Any of various fishes of the mackerel family, especially the common mackerel (Scomber scombrus) found in the North Atlantic and Mediterranean. It weighs about 0.7 kg/1.5 lb, and is blue with irregular black bands down its sides, the sides and under surface having a metallic she...
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Mackerel

Mackerel is a common name applied to a number of different species of pelagic fish, mostly, but not exclusively, from the family Scombridae. They are found in both temperate and tropical seas, mostly living along the coast or offshore in the oceanic environment. Mackerel typically have vertical stripes on their backs and deeply forked tails. Many ...
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Mackerel

All species of Scomber
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Mackerel

A tabby pattern that displays vertical stripes. The fish bone pattern.
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Mackerel

A tabby characterized by vertical stripes like a fish bone pattern.
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Mackerel

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Mackerel

[food] Mackerel is an important food fish that is consumed worldwide. As an oily fish, it is a rich source of omega-3 fatty acids. The flesh of mackerel spoils quickly, especially in the tropics, and can cause scombroid food poisoning. Accordingly, it should be eaten on the day of capture, unless properly refrigerated or cured. Mackerel pre...
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