The Mullidae, or red mullets, are largely represented by genera differing from those of Europe.
Mackerels of various genera abound, as well as gobies, blennies and mullets.
The Lake Of Bizerta, called Tinja by the Arabs, abounds in excellent fish, especially mullets, the dried roe of which, called botargo, is largely exported, and the fishing industry employs a large proportion of the inhabitants.
The fish of the Nile, which were of many kinds (including mullets, &c., which came up from the sea), were split and dried in the sun: others were salted and so preserved.
In the time of Strabo it was inferior in population, as we should expect, to Messana and Catana; its marble, wine and mullets were highly esteemed.
WASHINGTON ARMS Gules on a fess argent; three mullets pierced of the field.
crosslet fitchÃ©e and the mullets are silver instead of gold.
fess argent; three mullets pierced of the field.
Includes mostly herbivorous and omnivorous species such as mullets.
mullets of the second.
The chevron and pierced mullets are from the arms of the Pudsey family.
Sporting some dodgy old mullets and wearing some truly hideous skinny ties and fetching shirts these guys were the REAL DEAL!
Although mullets are not the most suitable or desirable cut for many people, if you crave a retro style that shows off your personality, the mullet is by far one of the most statement making cuts in the industry!
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