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COD

abbreviation for cash on delivery.
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Would the Somerset haddock have won our big prize before vital ounces went overboard?
Platt and his colleagues speculate that when phytoplankton bloom earlier than normal, larval haddock have access to more food and may be shielded from predators more effectively in the cloudy water.
The cod and haddock from Norway is line caught by a fleet of inshore boats, landed within a few hours from being pulled from the sea and is on sale in UK stores just four days later.
Remove the skin from one of the smoked haddock fillets and chop into chunks (reserve the other fillet for eating the next day).
PC Haddock, aged 49, remains in hospital and is continuing to recover from his serious injuries.
Haddock landed the biggest bettingshop catch by a female punter when winning pounds 688,620 on the Scoop6 over two weekends recently, and will be returning to her lucky Betfred shop in Northwich to have a tilt at today's jackpot.
Mark Haddock, aged 37, was shot up to eight times close to the home where he had been living in fear of an attack by former associates.
The Commission also announced plans to allow more days at sea for haddock fishing vessels.
Byline: MICHAEL KILKIE How did your smoked haddock gratin go?
James Haddock and his sister Rebecca, who were said to have been introduced to drugs at an early age, had been caught when Rebecca was stopped by police.
They say larger marine species - including chippie favourites haddock and cod - face being wiped out as rising temperatures reduce oxygen in the oceans.