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AcronymDefinition
HKRHandle Key Registry
HKRHelsingin Kaupungin Rakennusvirasto (Finnish: Helsinki City Buildings; Helsinki, Finland)
HKRHull Kingston Rovers
HKRHrvatski Katolicki Radio (Croatian Catholic Radio)
HKRHaushalts Kassen Rechnungswesen (German: Cash Budget Accounting)
HKRHug, Kiss, Relationship (social media)
HKRRed Hake
HKRHradec Kralove Region (Czech Republic)
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Some very small red hake (less than 90 mm) were found in the stomachs of two L.
New York Bight Atlantic cod, gray trigger fish, scup, black sea bass, tautog, ocean pout, red hake, conger eel, cunner, sea raven, Hemitripterus americanus; and rock gunnel have been reported on reefs in this area (Westman, 1958; Briggs, 1975; Steimle and Ogren, 1982; Woodhead et al., 1985; Figley and Dixon, 1994).
Southern New England Scup, black sea bass, tautog, Atlantic cod, ocean pout, red hake, conger eel, cunner, sea raven, and radiated shanny, Ulvaria subbifurcata, have been reported on these reefs (Alfieri, 1975; Carr and Amaral, 1981).
New York Bight Gray triggerfish, scup, black sea bass, tautog, Atlantic cod, ocean pout, red hake, conger eel, cunner, sea raven, rock gunnel, pollack, and white hake have been commonly reported on these deeper reefs (Bulloch, 1965; Woodhead et al., 1985).
Southern New England Scup, black sea bass, tautog, Atlantic cod, ocean pout, red hake, conger eel, and cunner occur here (Auster, 1984), as well as other species that are found in the New York Bight.
When estimating the edges of a scatter diagram with no significant mean or median relationship (i.e., the red hake data set), the LS regression technique was consistent across different versions.
As with the LS regression technique, quantile regression did not detect significant slopes for the edges of a scatter diagram with no underlying mean or median relationship (i.e., the scatter diagram for red hake).