In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- The majority of this year's returning salmon are not wild fish - they were raised in hatcheries.
- After the tiny oysters have grown to a certain size, they are ready to be removed from the hatchery.
- With a vigorous re-stocking programme from their hatchery at Kinnaber, Johnstons can take credit for the prolific runs enjoyed by netsmen and rod fishermen.
- Channel catfish stocks have been maintained in state and federal fish hatcheries in the southeastern and midwestern states for several decades to support sport fishing.
- Animal activists in the city have been drawing attention to the appalling lack of concern for animal welfare in hatcheries or intensive poultry farming centres.
- Phalacrocoracids may pose an economic threat to fish farms or hatcheries.
- To ensure healthy fry, farmers purchase fry from reliable hatcheries and also gauge the health of fry by visual inspection.
- Brown says that, in the coming fall, a commercial hatchery with the capability of annually raising two million fish is preparing to open in Spaniard's Bay.
- The poults are then moved from the hatcheries to barns that are environmentally controlled, providing maximum protection from predators, disease, and bad weather.
- They are artificially nurtured in hatcheries before being released into cages.
- Fish culturists were quick to present hatcheries as fish factories.
- The hatchery has been involved in rearing the fish after adult salmon were trapped at Killington and the eggs retrieved.
- Some of our listed fish exist primarily in refugia at hatcheries.
- The second block is a windowless building containing various controlled environments for animals, fly breeding and hatcheries.
- We intended to focus our efforts on corporate agribusiness operations, such as factory-style hatcheries, mushroom ‘farms,’ livestock feedlots and the massive greenhouses in the Leamington area.
- The proposal to build big semi-submersible ships that would act as massive floating hatcheries and be used to restock the oceans with fish has been presented to the Spanish Government.
- Creation of artificial hatcheries and placing restraining cages over nests proved counter-productive.
- One way to buck the trend is to raise large numbers of fish in hatcheries and release them into the wild.
- Most Japanese oysters are maricultured, which means they are actually born in a hatchery where egg and sperm are artificially combined.
- Efforts to increase salmon populations involved eliminating natural predators, developing hatcheries, planting fertilized salmon eggs in river beds, and raising salmon in ponds.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
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As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.