한국정치 노트 Notes on the Politics of Korea

Bony but Delicious Because shad fish are very bony, not many eat them. ... From an eating standpoint, the American or white shad is a mixed blessing. Shad are richly flavoured thanks to a good bit of omega-3 laden fat, but they are among the boniest fish in the world.Mar 31, 2019


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Konosirus punctatus is a species of fish in the family Clupeidae, the herrings and sardines. It is the only member of the monotypic genus Konosirus. Its common names include dotted gizzard shad, konoshiro gizzard shad, and spotted sardine.[1] It is native to the northwestern Pacific Ocean, where it occurs along the Asian coastline.[2]


This fish is usually up to 25 centimeters long,[3] with the maximum recorded length 32 centimeters. It has a somewhat compressed body and a slightly projecting snout. There is a dark spot behind the gills, with several lines of dark dots next to it.[2]


This species occurs in the ocean, and it can be found near land in bays. It enters shallow brackish waters to spawn.[2]

This is a food fish of some commercial importance, particularly in Asia.[3]


As Food[edit]

Known as "Jeon-eo", 전어, in Korea, these fish are a seasonal specialty and consumed in a wide variety of ways including raw, grilled, dried, etc. There are several "Jeon-eo" regional festivals in fall which attract large crowds. It is known as "Konoshiro" (コノシロ) in Japan. "Konosirus punctatus" is also an important fish consumed in China, Japan, India and Polynesia.




청어 = herring


대서양에서 많이 잡힘.


Herring are forage fish, mostly belonging to the family Clupeidae.

Herring often move in large schools around fishing banks and near the coast. The most abundant and commercially important species belong to the genus Clupea, found particularly in shallow, temperate waters of the North Pacific and North Atlantic Oceans, including the Baltic Sea, as well as off the west coast of South America. Three species of Clupea are recognised, and provide about 90% of all herrings captured in fisheries. Most abundant of all is the Atlantic herring, providing over half of all herring capture. Fishes called herring are also found in the Arabian Sea, Indian Ocean, and Bay of Bengal.

Herring played a pivotal role in the history of marine fisheries in Europe,[2] and early in the 20th century, their study was fundamental to the evolution of fisheries science.[3][4] These oily fish[5] also have a long history as an important food fish, and are often salted, smoked, or pickled.

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boo: 부~


to shout at a speaker or performer, to show that you disagree with them or that you think they are not very good

The students started booing as soon as Ross opened his mouth.


people in an audience shout ‘boo’ to show that they disagree with a speaker or dislike a performance



Kenley Jansen on Dodgers' fans boos: 'I’d boo myself'



Kenley Jansen's tough season took another dark turn Wednesday night at Dodger Stadium - for the first time in his 10-year Dodgers career, the veteran closer was booed by the home fans.


After Jansen gave up a game-tying home run in the ninth inning to Toronto's Rowdy Tellez, the fans let Jansen know they were not happy.


And he doesn't blame them.


"I get it. Boo me," Jansen said Thursday (via the Los Angeles Times). 


"Yeah ... I'd boo myself. I didn't want the results. I was [hurting] myself out there."


It's been that kind of year for the 31-year-old right-hander. He's blown six saves in 32 opportunities. His 3.70 ERA is nearly a run and a half higher than his career ERA of 2.32, and almost two and a half runs higher than the stingy 1.32 ERA he recorded in 2017, his second of three straight All-Star seasons.



According to the Times, Jansen's struggles this season can be traced to his pitch selection. Dodgers coaches have convinced him to move away from his cutter, which is not as effective as in past years, to other pitches, including sliders and more recently, four-seam fastballs. But such a transition doesn't happen overnight, and Jansen is still working on execution.



"It's a transition," Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said. "The more conversations we have, I think he's understanding that you can still be just as effective as you have been in the past."




The good news is the Dodgers have the best record in baseball (85-44) and can afford to let Jansen work his way through his struggles without the pressure of a playoff race. But when the postseason begins, they could really use the Jansen of old.



Jansen is confident he can regain his old success even with a new repertoire.


"They booed me last night, that's fine, boo me," Jansen said. "At the end of the day, I'm here trying to help the team win a championship and I'm going to make them cheer."



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doozy : 두지 ; 

something that is extremely unusual or special 

단어 기원 Origin - 20세기 초반, 어원 모름 : 누군가 사용하기 시작해서 퍼짐 

Early 20th century: of unknown origin.


doozy


Something extraordinary or bizarre. 


어원 Etymology: perhaps alteration of daisy, and Duesenberg, a luxury car of the late 1920s and 1930s. 추측임. daisy 데이지, 두센베르그 Duesenberg, 1920년대 30년대 사치-고급 자동차 이름의 변형 


It's an English expression.

"That footballer's form is a doozy!", 

"Man, that one was a real doozy!"


두저: doozer: 보기 드문, 유별난, 괴짜, 특이한, 범상치 않는, 

variants: or doozie or less commonly doozer  play \-zər\


: an extraordinary one of its kind 

a real doozy of a snowstorm


Something that is extraordinary. Often used in the context of troublesome, difficult or problematic, but can be used positively as well. (Root word: Doozy)

보통 문제나 골치거리일 때 사용하는 단어, 어려운 문제 상황,

하지만 긍정적인 상황일때도 쓴다. 


In the context of problems: These math questions, they're some doozies!

이 수학문제, 진짜 골치아프다. 두지스 


In the context of something extraordinary: Whoa! These large earth movers are quite some doozies!



Duesenberg Car Model 1929

아래 1936 



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