carp

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  • The introduced species european carp has also been found in the lake.
  • This system is still seen in some modern fish, such as carp.
  • The village takes its name from the Carp River which runs through the village.
  • Grass carp have been introduced to many countries around the world.
  • The Carps are currently working on their debut full-length album.
  • Carp received one battle star for her service in World War II.
  • After a space of two minutes Carp's voice reached them. Cited from The Settling of the Sage, by Hal G. Evarts
  • As a result, carp have been introduced to various locations, though with mixed results.
  • There has been a large increase in rough fish like carp.
  • The head of the carp is usually served to the main guest.
  • The river was formerly known as Carp River, a term that is still often used today.
  • He had written them having the same size while carps were designed to be carnivorous.
  • Carp are a large group of fish originally found in Central Europe and Asia.
  • This river initially took its name due to the overwhelming amount of the carp fish that lived within it.
  • The mouth of the Carp River is at the west end of the park.
  • The local authorities allowed dead Carp pick-up days to keep the smell down.
  • One day Carp's name would be cited on the black list. Cited from The Settling of the Sage, by Hal G. Evarts
  • In states where legal, black carp can still be possessed.
  • In Washington State the success rate of Grass Carp has been less than expected.
  • Common carp have also been introduced to the river.
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Meaning of carp

  • noun The lean flesh of a fish that is often farmed; can be baked or braised
  • noun Any of various freshwater fish of the family cyprinidae