haddock

IPA: hˈædʌk

noun

  • A marine fish, Melanogrammus aeglefinus, of the North Atlantic, important as a food fish.
  • A surname.

Examples of "haddock" in Sentences

  • Tuna can be used instead of haddock.
  • Haddock's could be contorted with emotion.
  • The conning tower held and Haddock escaped.
  • Haddock attempts to explain the situation to them.
  • Haddock is an excellent source of dietary protein.
  • Haddock was born into a distinguished navy family.
  • Inspection revealed the haddock to be quite tasty.
  • Examples of whitefish are cod, haddock and flatfish.
  • Soak a haddock for four hours in olive-oil to cover.
  • Haddock is seen drinking, but not as heavily as in the books.
  • What is the difference between the meat of the haddock and cod
  • The haddock is the best choice for fish and chips as it is thick, flaky and tastes good.
  • I have no idea what a haddock is (I thought it was some kind of a field, evidently not!), but this IS a great post.
  • Lean fish such as haddock and tilapia, and fatty fish such as mackerel and sardines, are all used to make smoked products.
  • In November, the Independent World Commission of the Oceans met in Cape Town to discuss the precipitous decline in common species of fish such as haddock, tuna, flounder and shrimp.
  • Some species, such as haddock and Atlantic sea scallops have recovered from previous declines, after the U.S. government began enforcing parts of federal fisheries conservation legislation in the 1990s, says
  • Landings from the Icelandic area were no longer almost exclusively cod, but species such as haddock, halibut, plaice ( '' Pleuronectes platessa ''), and redfish ( '' Sebastes marinus '') also became common items of the catch.
  • Larval and 0-group cod and capelin, as well as species such as haddock, wolffish, tusk ( '' Brosme brosme ''), and ling ( '' Molva molva '') may also be carried by the western branch of the Irminger Current across to East Greenland and onward to West Greenland [18] (see Fig. 13.6).
  • This comes from Gerd Hubold, the general-secretary of ICES, who has told the uncritical Times that the main problem is that although cod catches have been cut to 26,500 tonnes a year, more than twice that amount is being caught in bycatches by fishermen chasing other species such as haddock, whiting, hake and plaice.
  • Nevertheless, always willing to reinforce failure with, er … more failure, ICES are now calling for a complete ban on cod exploitation AND – in the height of moronic fatuity – are telling EU member state governments that other species, such as haddock and plaice, will have to be severely curtailed if cod is to be protected.

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