THE WORK The development of fishlike
robots that swim in schools to correct and disseminate information about underwater conditions.
Climb aboard your sleek Silverhawk fighter and defend your home planet Darius against monstrous fishlike
It is a gaudy confectionary, likely based on some wildly extravagant Baroque fountain, comprising cake-like layers of ornamental horses with miniature basins held between their hooves, mermaid-like figures with horns in their mouths riding atop snouted fishlike
Phosphine emits a rotten fishlike
smells, and can damage respiratory, nervous and gastrointestinal systems, and the heart, liver, and kidneys.
If fish are considered to be an ancestral form for contemporary humans, in the sense that both mammals and fish share a common ancestor (and since mammalian ontogeny duplicates a fishlike
stage in embryo), the fish-human continuum in the novel is used to establish a version of historical antiquity for Newfoundlanders, truly fulfilling Benedict Anderson's notion of a communal identity that reaches back into "an immemorial past" (11).
Miller, the sole director and shareholder, previously ran Harry Ramsden's and Cafe Continental at the beach through his company Fishlike
His shape was fishlike
and he was hooked by the belly to his mother.
No stinger, no poison--just a good, fishlike
sandwich, I think my gal pal Erika might even be using one for a toothpick.
A provocative new research suggested that the amount of oxygen in the ocean would be enough to support more than just microscopic life-forms, with at least three million tons of fishlike
creatures theoretically living and breathing on Europa.
depth control and their fishlike
profiles attract prespawn bass searching fox.
From the broader vantage point of the Mythos, the motif of the monstrous alien god, inferred by the story's title and the obelisk the creature worships, offers a disquieting association between the protagonist and the fishlike
, humanoid entities that Lovecraft elaborates fully fourteen years later in "The Shadow over Innsmouth": it presents the narrator with the monstrous foundation of his humanity.
Victor remembers "a stringy, long white man with stringy colorless hair, quite disagreeably underclean; eyes a pale grey and fishlike
," whose grin reveals "the dark and rotting remains of tooth stumps" (Herron 295).