margate

(from the article `grunt`) ...a striped, blue and yellow Atlantic fish up to 46 cm (18 inches) long; the French grunt (H. flavolineatum), a yellow-striped, silvery blue ...
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margate

Haemulon album noun a grunt with a red mouth that is found from Florida to Brazil
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Margate

Margate (mär'git) , city (1991 pop. 53,137), in the Isle of Thanet, Kent, SE England. It is a seaport with light industries and, since the late 18th cent., a popular resort, especially for Londoners. Of interest is the Church of St. John the Baptist (partly Norman). Steamer service from Lon...
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Margate

town, Thanet district, administrative and historic county of Kent, England. It lies east of the Thames River estuary. A Roman villa existed just ...
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margate

[n] - red-mouthed grunt found from Florida to Brazil
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