warsaw

Waters:All warm Atlantic, Pacific, Gulf of Mexico, and Caribbean salt Waters. Description (in water): Only smaller specimens (5 to 15 lbs.) make it to markets, but grouper have been known to grow up to 500 hundred pounds. The color of the fish varies greatly. Red grouper is brownish with some darker mottling. Description (in market): Grouper has meaty, lobsterlike, firm-textured white flesh of a mild, delicate flavor and a low fat content. ...

Warsaw

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Warsaw

[n] - the capital and largest city of Poland
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Warsaw

• (n.) The black grouper (Epinephelus nigritus) of the southern coasts of the United States. • (n.) The jewfish; -- called also guasa.
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Warsaw

[European Parliament constituency] In European elections, Warsaw is a constituency of the European Parliament. It consists of the counties (powiats) of Grodzisk Mazowiecki, Legionowo, Nowy Dwór Mazowiecki, Otwock, Piaseczno, Pruszków, Warsaw West, Wołomin and city of Warsaw. == Nomenclature == The relevant Polish legislation (`The Act of...
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Warsaw

War'saw noun (Zoology) (a) The black grouper ( Epinephelus nigritus ) of the southern coasts of the United States. (b) The jewfish; -- called also guasa .
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WARSAW

The Warsaw Shale is named for Warsaw, Hancock County, and the exposure in Geode Glen at Warsaw has become the type section. The Warsaw is widely present in the bluffs of the Mississippi and Illinois Valleys in western and southwestern Illinois. It consists of as much as 300 feet of siltstone in west-central Illinois, but it thins to less than 100 f...
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Warsaw

Warsaw (wôr'sô) , Pol. Warszawa, city (1993 est. pop. 1,655,700), capital of Poland and of Mazowieckie prov., central Poland, on both banks of the Vistula River. It is a political, cultural, and industrial center, a major transportation hub, and one of Europe's great historic cities....
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