FISH


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AcronymDefinition
FISHFluorescence In Situ Hybridization (genetics test)
FISHFederazione Italiana per il Superamento dell Handicap
FISHFirst In Still Here
FISHFriends of the Issaquah Salmon Hatchery
FISHFriends in Service Helping
FISHFighting in Someone's House (NATO/British Army)
FISHFresh Ideas Start Here
FISHForensic Information System for Handwriting
FISHFellowship in Someone's Home
FISHFibonacci Shrinking Generator (cryptography)
FISHFellowship in School Hours
FISHForget It Stuff Happens (polite form)
FISHFirst I Seek Him (Maranatha Academy)
FISHFriends in Service for Him
FISHFoundation for Science and the Handicapped, Inc.
FISHFish Information Services Haddington
FISHFoundation for Indian Scientific Heritage (India)
FISHFree Info on Student Health
FISHFamilies Invested Support Health
FISHFortified Irish Small House
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I grieve to state so distressing a fact, but the inhabitants of Typee were in the habit of devouring fish much in the same way that a civilized being would eat a radish, and without any more previous preparation.
Husband, there is not near room enough for us in this cottage; the courtyard and the garden are a great deal too small; I should like to have a large stone castle to live in: go to the fish again and tell him to give us a castle.
When I have caught forty fish," said he, "then I will tell people that I have caught fifty, and so on.
Now, let's see what kind of fish we have caught today," said the Green Fisherman.
And verily, I am well-disposed to mine eternal fate, because it doth not hound and hurry me, but leaveth me time for merriment and mischief; so that I have to-day ascended this high mountain to catch fish.
But, when it was done, the first day he caught more fish in it than could the whole tribe in a week, whereat there was great rejoicing.
I've come down to fish sturgeon a couple of months," he said to Carmintel.
A stream of glittering fish flew into the pen from a dory alongside.
There were several fish in his basket and he was in a good temper.
The fish was fat and round, and its scales glistened like beautifully cut jewels set close together; but there was no time to examine it closely, for Eureka made a jump and caught it between her claws, and in a few moments it had entirely disappeared.
He could not offer them fish, but he had something else in his larder.
Help, masters, help; here’s a fish hangs in the net, like a poor Man’s right in the law.