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Definition of Alewives

Alewives
Alewife Ale"wife`, n.; pl. Alewives. A woman who keeps an alehouse. --Gay.

Meaning of Alewives from wikipedia

- usually smoked. Alewives are known for their invasion of the Great Lakes by using the Welland Canal to byp**** Niagara Falls. Alewives colonized the Great...
- members during a number of shows. Alewives to Alewives, dust to dust, their comedy act soon will be nevermore Dead Alewives website, archived 2003 December...
- Parkway, in M****achusetts Alewife Linear Park, in M****achusetts Alewife (multiprocessor), a computer system Dead Alewives, an improvisational comedy troupe...
- easier fish p****age. In 2015 Nequ****et lake had an estimated run of 300,666 alewives. Nequ****et Lake is home to the fish of a typical warm-water lake. These...
- (novels) "Dungeons and Dragons" (sketch), a comedy sketch by the Dead Alewives on Take Down the Grand Master Dungeons & Dragons (album), an album by Midnight...
- ****ociation's letting thousands of alewives come in through the fish ladder to spawn.[citation needed] The alewives stay less than a w****, and the young...
- European settlers describe the immense abundance of striped b****, along with alewives, traveling and spawning up most rivers in the coastal Northeast. The striped...
- of alewives, an anadromous type of herring, swimming up its path to eventually spawn in the Billington Sea. Historically, the number of alewives spotted...
- placed the percentage of Lake Michigan's biom****, which was made up of alewives in the early 1960s, as high as 90%. In the late 1960s, the various state...
- 1906 recorded that the river's total catch was 626,000 alewives, and a further 465,000 alewives were noted in the 1907 report. In the referenced 1920s...
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