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Definition of the noun alosa alosa
What does alosa alosa mean as a name of something?
- European shad
Phrases with Alosa alosa
- Alosa Alosa Alosa
- Alosa Alosa Bulgarica
- Alosa Alosa Macedonica
- Subspecies Alosa Alosa Bulgarica
- Subspecies Alosa Alosa Alosa
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The Visual Food Encyclopedia (1996)
The allis shad(Alosa alosa)can grow to a length of 28 inches. Its dorsal skin is dark blue, its sides are silvery white, and there can be a dark spot behind each of its gills. It is most common off the Atlantic coasts of Europe as well as in the ...
Dictionary of Food (2009)
International Food and Cooking Terms from A to Z by Charles Sinclair
Allisshad, Alosa alosa, and the slightly smaller twaite shad, Alosa fallax, ranging from 30 cm to 1 m in length. Its oily delicate flesh is often marinated in acidor cookedwith acidic leavesto loosen or dissolve ...
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