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The maximum published weight of the Speartoothed grinner was 150 grams or about .33 pounds.
The Kassell whom the Jets see every day is more of a scowler than a grinner.
In 1981 the franchise rights were sold to Grinner's Food Systems Limited.
The Speartoothed grinner is known to live in marine environment within a demersal range depth of about 12 - 30 meters.
The taxonomic classification of the Speartoothed grinner is as follows:
He can be florid, a grinner, an absolute charmer, but with a disarming, everyday realism.
Ya see, mister' - The Grinner opened his hands and then put them back into the cradle - 'we figger the old days are gone.
I have never heard of a grinner , but have seen many on the face of a companion after landing a beauty.
It is owned by Grinner's Food Systems Limited.
Horn Grinner Studios - photography.
The maximum length of the Speartoothed grinner as a mature and unsexed male is about 26 centimeters or about 10.23 inches.
He had come to his conclusions by watching eyes, mouths, hands, but nothing had been betrayed by The Grinner's unwavering false smile.
Line drawings illustrate the single turle, grinner, blood, needle , and nail -all knots used in tying flies.
During that time, Gaunt went by the name of "Grinner" and was known as the second-best fighter in the arena, behind the flashier Dancer.
Synodus sageneus (Speartoothed grinner)
Big Spencer and Youl Grinner (from the Wild West Show expansion)
In some locations, the Greco franchise co-exists with a Captain Submarine franchise, another of Grinner's properties.
The Rev. Robert T. Grinner officiated at Grace Episcopal Church in Plainfield.
The feeler fish, Bathypterois longifilis, a grinner of the family Ipnopidae, is found around Australia and New Zealand.
The Speartoothed grinner (Synodus sageneus) is a species of lizardfish that lives mainly in the Indo-West Pacific.
Owned by Grinner's Food Systems Limited, there are currently 23 locations in Atlantic Canada, and 4 in Ontario.
In "Tale of the Ghastly Grinner", The Grinner is shown as being the star of a comic book.
Bill Shaw re-formed Post Mortem Grinner and also plays in The Few Nice Words and Halloween, Alaska.
More horrible grins had probably been seen, but only on the sort of grinner that is orange with black stripes, has a long tail and hangs around in jungles looking for victims to grin at.
An email describing the killer's mindset before and during the murder as well as allusions to the killer's motivation was sent to an entertainment reporter named Arnold Grinner at the Los Angeles Times.