Marlin

A marlin is a fish from the family Istiophoridae. It has an elongated body, a spear-like snout or bill, and a long, rigid dorsal fin which extends forward to form a crest. Its common name is thought to derive from its resemblance to a sailor`s marlinspike. Even more so than their close relatives, the scombrids, marlins are fast swimmers, reaching....
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Marlin

All species of Makaira
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marlin

[n] - large long-jawed oceanic sport fishes
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Marlin

• (n.) The American great marbled godwit (Limosa fedoa). Applied also to the red-breasted godwit (Limosa haematica).
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marlin

noun large long-jawed oceanic sport fishes; related to sailfishes and spearfishes; not completely cold-blooded i.e. able to warm their brains and eyes
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Marlin

[dinghy] The Marlin is a 14 foot 2/3 person sailing dinghy designed and built by Ian Proctor. The rigging is very simple and straightforward, easy enough to sail in moderate breezes single handed, and in heavy breezes the mainsail can be reefed to reduce its area. ...
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Marlin

[DRM] Marlin is a DRM platform, created by an open-standards community initiative called the Marlin Developer Community (MDC). The MDC develops the necessary technology, partners, and services for enabling the creation of interoperable digital content distribution services. Marlin technology provides capabilities for consumers to manage the...
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Marlin

[magazine] ``Marlin: The International Sportfishing Magazine``, is a digital and print magazine that covers big game fishing around the world. Its headquarters are in Winter Park, Florida, and is published by the Bonnier Corporation. Marlin contains updates on the world`s hottest billfishing destinations, insider tips on live-baiting and tr...
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Marlin

Mar'lin noun (Zoology) The American great marbled godwit ( Limosa fedoa ). Applied also to the red-breasted godwit ( Limosa hæmatica ). Hook-billed marlin , a curlew.
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marlin

Any of several open-sea fishes known as billfishes. Some 2.5 m/7 ft long, they are found in warmer waters and have elongated snouts and high-standing dorsal (back) fins. Members of the family include the sailfish (Istiophorus platypterus), the fastest of all fishes over...
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marlin

any of several species of large, long-nosed marine fishes of the family Istiophoridae (order Perciformes) characterized by an elongated body, a long ... [3 related articles]
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Marlin

Marlin is an English name for boys and girls. The meaning is `mighty, eagle, falcon` The name Marlin is most commonly given to Dutch boys. (2 times more often than to American boys.) In England and Wales it is (almost) solely given to boys What do they use in other countries? Marlen Marlon (English) Mahlon The name sounds like: Marline, Marylin, Ma...
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marlin

marlin, common name for open-sea fish related to the sailfish and swordfish (family Istiophoridae) and prized by sportsmen. The best known is the blue marlin of the genus Makaira, found in the Gulf Stream as far north as Long Island. It may reach 1,000 lb (454 kg) in weight. The upper jaw of the mar...
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Marlin

The USS Marlin was an American Mackerel Class coastal submarine of 800 tons displacement launched in 1940. USS Marlin was powered by American Locomotive Co. 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 i...
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