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* Crab Fayre: Every year the town celebrates the town fair, based around the local crab harvest.
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King Crab, bairdi and opilio tanner crab, pollock, cod, salmon, halibut and black cod harvested in both the Bering Sea and the Gulf of Alaska are processed throughout the year.
Port Royal hosts the Soft Shell Crab Festival every year in late April during the short soft shell crab season.
According to the legend, the southward migration began on May 24, 1064 CE ; 1064 is also the year of a volcanic explosion at Sunset Crater in Arizona and the first Aztec solar year, beginning on May 24, after the Crab Nebula events from May to July 1054.
" Mankind survived when the Crab Nebula supernova went off at a distance of about 6500 light-years in the year 1054.
If 1070 CE is accurate as the construction year, building the mound could theoretically have been influenced by two astronomical events: the light from the supernova that created the Crab Nebula in 1054, and the appearance of Halley's Comet in 1066.
The star is the central star in the Crab Nebula, a remnant of the supernova SN 1054, which was widely observed on Earth in the year 1054.
This is in contrast to the Crab pulsar, known to be the remnant of the SN 1054 supernova in the year 1054, which has lost two-thirds of its rotational energy in essentially the same time span.
Maryland Crab Cakes are the national food of The Preakness Stakes, the second jewel of the United States Triple Crown of Thoroughbred Racing, a horse race that is run on the third Saturday of May each year.
Crab and town
The town is situated atop the Cumberland Plateau in a gap amidst the Crab Orchard Mountains, a sub-range of the Cumberland Mountains.
Crab and lobster fisheries have largely replaced the cod fishery ; a fish-packing plant remains in operation in the town of Fogo.
Crab and fair
By far the most notable is that held annually at the Egremont Crab Fair, which dates back to 1267 when King Henry III granted the fair a Royal Charter.
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Crab and around
Image: The Crab Nebula-A Flickering X-ray Candle. ogv | Data from orbiting observatories show unexpected variations in the Crab Nebula's X-ray output, likely tied to the environment around its central neutron star.
The Crab Nebula lies roughly 1½ ° away from the ecliptic — the plane of Earth's orbit around the Sun.
Pulsed emission gamma-ray radiation from the Crab has recently been observed up to ≥ 25 GeV, probably due to synchrotron emission by electrons trapped in the strong magnetic field around the pulsar.
* In the Crab Nebula, another supernova remnant, Chandra showed a never-before-seen ring around the central pulsar and jets that had only been partially seen by earlier telescopes.
Some of the most famous images of Osaka, including the Glico Man and the Kani Doraku Crab, are located around the Dōtonbori canal in Namba.
If all the available elements strongly suggest that the star of 1054 was a supernova, and that in the area next to where the star was seen, there is a remnant of a supernova which has all of the characteristics expected of an object that is around 1000 years old, a major problem arises: the new star is described as being to the South-East of Tianguan, while the Crab Nebula is to the North-East.
Crab and local
She introduced the future director, the middle of three children, to the world of cinema by leaving him at a local cinema to watch matinee double features such as Attack of the Crab Monsters and Creature From the Black Lagoon while she ran errands.
First used in local structures and sidewalks in the late 19th century, the Crab Orchard stone gained popularity in the 1920s when it was used in the construction of Scarritt College in Nashville.
After Byrd had collected the $ 10 joining fee and $ 3 charge for a robe and hood from every applicant, the Grand Dragon Joel L. Baskin for the mid-Atlantic states came down to Crab Orchard, to officially organize the chapter ... " When it came time to choose the Exalted Cyclops, the top officer in the local Klan unit, Byrd won unanimously.
Portside Park, or Crab Park as the local residents like to call it, provides a haven for dogs, fowl, and human elements.
The western half, located between Athinas Avenue and the sea, is covered with pine trees and consists of two peninsulas, Megalo and Mikro Kavouri (" Big Crab " and " Little Crab ") that feature sandy and pebble beaches in between rocky shores, luxury hotels ( including the Astir Palace Hotel occupying most of Mikro Kavouri ), the local high school, the picturesque chapel of " St. George of the crab ", two marinas, an aquatic sports club ( the " Nautical Club of Vouliagmeni ", see below ), a sports club ( soccer, basketball, volleyball, tennis ) and upscale restaurants, taverns and cafeterias on the waterfront.
As a teenager, Harrison appeared on local TV and radio, and worked summers as a waitress at Phillips Crab House in Ocean City.
According to local legend and historical time approximately, Davenport is considered by some the creator of the Crab Louis salad.
Crab and crab
The only other large land animals found on the island were crustaceans, notably two species of land crab, including the rare Giant Land Crab ( Cardisoma quantami ).
The Earl of Rosse observed the nebula at Birr Castle in 1848, and referred to the object as the Crab Nebula because a drawing he made of it looked like a crab.
Parts of the story are taken from The Crab with the Golden Claws including the meeting and first adventures of Tintin and Captain Haddock, the Karaboudjan, the flight to Bagghar and the crab cans.
The name of Cúa, according to some historians, has it origin from the Cumanagotos natives, from the Carib language that means Crab, meaning that Cúa is the place where the crab abounds.
* Just like in The Crab with the Golden Claws, crab cans are used to hide objects ( in the album, they contain opium, whereas in the game they contain hand grenades ).
Crab soccer ( American English ), or crab football ( British English ), is an informal sport for two teams.
Crab sticks ( imitation crab meat, seafood sticks, krab ) are a form of kamaboko, a processed seafood made of finely pulverized white fish flesh ( surimi ), shaped and cured to resemble crab leg meat.
Crab flakes use the same mixture to form flakes instead of sticks to resemble crab meat or lobster meat.
Legal restrictions now prevent them from being marketed as " Crab Sticks " in many places, as they usually do not have crab meat.
* Kani Doraku Crab: This six and a half meter crab is on the front of the crab restaurant Kani Doraku.