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This deal's composition is a throw back to the early days of CMOs before the now dominant Planned Amortization Class (PAC)/Support class structure.
Thousands of tonnes of dead fish are discarded every year in EU waters thanks to a Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) catch quota system which effectively encourages trawlermen to throw back small or younger fish of little commercial value.
Drew, whose airmailed throw back to the infield on Alfonzo's sacrifice fly the previous inning had landed on the infield grass between the mound and first base and trickled until someone picked it up.