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speculative. In referring to interrogatories in England, or diligence in Scotland, it means that the purpose of obtaining the powers to inquire or search is not known; rather it is hoped that once granted something will turn up. Courts generally do not grant such orders.
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The city government is allotting P180 million to build a museum designed like a baklad-a type of fish trap used by residents who make a living off Laguna de Bay.
In the black seabass fishery in South Atlantic waters, however, federal fishery managers continue to uphold a special exception for some fish traps.
After the fish traps we continued down to perhaps the most beautiful beach in the world at the mouth of the Kosi.
Visitors can watch numerous demonstrations including Shasha building, paddle making, sail making, dhow building, fishnet making, fish trap making (Al Gargour) and fish salting.
Of the seven countries studied, the UAE comes out best, with fish traps adding just a tiny fraction to its overall fish catch.
Chevron fish traps were deployed at each station sampled in this study.
At Brookings and Coos Bay, 14 fish traps with 12-mm mesh were connected by either 15- or 30-foot lines to commercial crab pots and allowed to soak overnight (12-18 h).
The white mullet (Mugil curema) has become one of the main resources for the fishermen in the region, and it is usually caught with gillnets and fish traps (Mendonca, 2007).
The team aims to find out more about the extended Welsh ancient landscape which still remains submerged today and the Welsh hunter-gatherers who originally laid the willow walls as ancient fish traps.
Some fishermen even lived in large fish traps which they covered with blankets, rugs and tarp to make it a bit more comfortable, he said.
As soon as the failure occurred, biologists set up fish traps on tributary streams and caught as many smolts as possible before they entered the vast waters of Lake Billy Chinook.