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greenland n NID ~ halibut. Attrib ~ cod (Gadus ogac); ~ halibut: turbot (Reinhardtius hippoglossoides).
    1899 Tribune Christmas No 15 The Labrador cod are much smaller in size than those obtained by the fishermen on the Grand Banks and in addition to the rock species a variety of the Greenland cod is caught, much the same in size, but with a mottled skin. 1953 Nfld Fish Develop Report 31 The Greenland halibut or turbot inhabit deep and moderately cold water in Trinity Bay, White Bay, Fortune Bay, Placentia Bay and the various deep arms of Notre Dame Bay, the deep water area between Bonavista and Cape Bauld and the deep water off Labrador.

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