- n family of brightly colored voracious eels of warm coastal waters; generally nonaggressive to humans but larger species are dangerous if provoked
- Next down are the species that compose the ecosystems: swallowtail butterflies, moray eels, people.
- There, armed with a spear, he harpoons a mullet, merou, moray, ray, octopus, none of which is so suspicious of man underwater as of man out.
- That moray eel, which figures in the book's penultimate scene, is unlikely to start a craze or appear on T shirts.
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- Book reviews: Beautiful Ruins, Where'd You Go, Bernadette
The latest by Jess Walter, Maria Semple by John Grooms Beautiful Ruinsby Jess Walter(Harper Perennial, 368 pages, $15.99) During the time of the filming of Cleopatra in Italy in 1962, a beautiful, mysterious American actress named Dee Moray arrives in a boat at Porto Vergogna, a tiny fishing village huddled in the cracks of massive rock formations on the Italian Riviera.… [ Read more ...
June 18, 2013 - Creative Loafing Charlotte
- St Brendan in BBC News
Brendan Dick, BT Scotland director, said: "Aberdeenshire, Shetland, Stirling, Aberdeen and Moray are in a league of their own when it comes to broadband take-up.
- Malcolm Wicks in netPR.pl (komunikaty prasowe)
Malcolm Wicks said: "Most areas covered by the 24th offshore oil and gas licensing round have had the go ahead but I was concerned about the dolphin populations in Cardigan Bay and also the Moray Firth. That's why I commissioned the St Andrew's...
- Angus Robertson in stv.tv
Mr Robertson said: "Scotland offers the right combination of aeronautical, technical and climactic factors to host these flights and RAF Lossiemouth in Moray is acknowledged as the leading site for operations."