abalones in Korean

noun - abalone
전복: abalone, upset, overturn, turnover, upturn, downthrow

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1. They're abalones.

2. Abalones [not live]

3. Abalones in winter melon.

4. What are Abalones? Abalones are gastropod molluscs belonging to the Family Haliotidae

5. Abalones live as long as 30 years

6. Seven species of Abalones are found in California

7. After I sell it, I'll buy you abalones.

8. Abalones - 2011 (PDF) Culture of Abalone - 2008 (PDF) Abalones - 2003 (PDF) Abalone - 2001 (PDF) Recreational Abalone Advisory Committee (RAAC) Abalone Diver and Rock-Picker Resources

9. The Abalones belong to the large class of gastropods (Gastropoda)

10. The Abalones are sourced from Baja California in Mexico and are deemed of superior quality to other Abalones being firm to touch and the softest to bite

11. As well as feeding on mussels, sea otters also take abalones.

12. The beauty collagen broth is best paired with the Japanese Brine Abalones.

13. Abalones have long been used as a seafood resource around the world

14. Furthermore, farming of crustaceans, mussels, clams and abalones is becoming increasingly important.

15. Fish, shellfish and crustaceans, including sea snails, mussels, oysters, abalones and squid (not live)

16. Abalones are generally grouped as black, green, white, or pink Abalones, and vary considerably in size, ranging from about 0.79 in to 7.9 in, while the largest in the genus is approximately 12 in

17. Abalones, or snails in the genus, Haliotis, are some of the classic grazing snails

18. Snacks Delivery also has three different kinds of baby Abalones that will make the perfect snacks.

19. Abalones attach with a large foot to rocky substrate, and feed primarily on drift algae

20. Abalones are found the world over, with the larger species in a more temperate water

21. These Abalones were really small so they were done cooking in less than 1 minute

22. Male and female Abalones release their sperm and eggs into the sea at the same

23. Abalones feed on sea weeds and floating weeds, thus acting as their biological control (Hamer et al

24. The paua is one of the more than 100 species of abalones found around the world.

파우아는 전 세계에서 발견되는 100여 종의 전복 중 하나입니다.

25. Abalones are slow-growing one-shelled gastropods which live in rocky and shallow waters near stands of algae.

26. When viewed in profile from the side, Abalones are basically wedge-shaped with the sharp point of …

27. Synonyms for Abalones include molluscs, mollusks, ears, ormers, ear-shells, pawas, perlemoen, pawa, abalone and ear-shell

28. Red Abalones position themselves in places where they can catch this drifting food, mostly in intertidal zones.

29. This man-made method of production has been successful with other abalones in Australia, Japan, and the United States.

인공적인 이 생산 방법은 오스트레일리아와 일본과 미국의 다른 전복 양식에서도 성공을 거두었습니다.

30. Eventually divers provided first hand evidence that sea otters use rocks as hammers under water to dislodge the abalones.

31. After that, Japanese fishermen became involved in an abalone cannery that shipped hundreds of thousands of abalones to the Orient.

그후에, 일본 어부들이 전복 통조림 공장을 세워 수십만 개의 전복을 동양으로 실어 날랐다.

32. 30 Eventually divers provided first hand evidence that sea otters use rocks as hammers under water to dislodge the abalones.

33. The shells of Abalones are convex in shape and vary from oval to round, but could also be flattened or arched.

34. In the Baja California region of Mexico, Abalones, otherwise known as sea snails, are one of the many delicacies the ocean provides

35. For chef Tan, South African Abalones are considered the most exquisite selection due to their distinctive fresh and rich flavour and succulent texture.

36. Abalones Unlike most other popular molluscs, including Scallops, Oysters and Mussels which are bivalves with two shells hinged together, Abalone has just one shell

37. The white abalone, scientific name Haliotis sorenseni, is a species of large sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Haliotidae, the Abalones.

38. The Abalones of the Pacific Coast are found on rocky intertidal and subtidal areas and cling to rocks along the shore down to depths of 65 meters

39. Five species of Abalones (black, green, pink, red, and white) were popular sport and commercial species until southern California populations experienced severe declines during the 1960s, 1970s, 1980s and

40. The Abalones have a larger size and a more distinct flavour and fragrance owing to the pristine marine environment in the cold waters off the coasts of South Africa

41. As we walked in, the first things that caught our attention were the heaps of dried goods—mushrooms, scallops, abalones, figs, nuts, and other edibles—displayed in open bins at the entrance.

들어가면서 처음으로 눈에 띈 것은, 입구에 있는 뚜껑 없는 상자에 진열되어 있는 건재(乾材) 무더기들—버섯, 조개, 전복, 무화과, 견과류 그리고 그 밖의 먹을 수 있는 것들—이었습니다.

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43. Abaised abaiser abaisse abaissed abaka abakas abalation abalienate abalienated abalienating abalienation abalone abalones abampere abamperes abamps aband abanded abanding abandon abandonable abandoned abandonedly abandonee abandonees abandoner abandoners abandoning abandonment abandonments abandons abands abandum abanet abanga abannition

44. Probably the most popular baby abalone on Snacks Delivery, the Baby Abalones in Green Pepper Mala Sauce is doused in a generous serving of green pepper mala sauce that is fragrant and very spicy; this flavour is

45. Abalone, any of several marine snails, constituting the genus Haliotis and family Haliotidae in the subclass Prosobranchia (class Gastropoda), in which the shell has a row of holes on its outer surface. Abalones are found in warm seas worldwide.

46. Investment in research on and completion of technologies for breed production of unisexed tilapias farming, artificial catfish production, sea crabs, snails, garrupas and abalones helped create new jobs as well as a foundation for export to reach US$500 million/ year.

47. 0307 91 00 (live, fresh, or chilled other molluscs than oysters, scallops, mussels, cuttle fish, octopus, snails other than sea snails, clams, cockles, ark shells, abalones; but including flours, meals and pellets thereof; fit for human consumption): covers meat of sea water snail species, whether in shell or not.

48. ‘An Abalone farmer needs to know at what ammonia concentrations the Abalone will die.’ ‘There are less than a dozen white Abalones in captivity.’ ‘‘An Abalone can withstand assaults from a hungry sea otter pounding on its shell with a rock,’ he says.’ ‘In Abalone, a second major acrosomal protein also evolves extremely rapidly.’