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Possible Answers: SOLE, TUNA, CRAB, SUSHI, PRAWN, LOBSTER, OYSTERS, TEMPURA, SNAPPER, TILAPIA, BISQUE, JUMBOSHRIMP, CLAMSCASINO, CRACKEDCRAB.
Random information on the term “TUNA”:
Transurethral incision of the prostate (TUIP or TIP) is a surgical procedure for treating prostate gland enlargement (benign prostatic hyperplasia).
Transurethral incision of the prostate-—one or two small cuts in the prostate gland—can improve urine flow and correct other problems related to an enlarged prostate.
Compared with other surgical procedures for prostate gland enlargement, TUIP is simpler and generally has fewer complications. TUIP isn’t always an option, however, because the procedure is only used when the prostate is relatively small.
Random information on the term “SUSHI”:
A moonsault, moonsault press, or back flip splash is a professional wrestling aerial technique. It was innovated by Mando Guerrero. Much of its popularity in both Japanese and American wrestling is attributed to The Great Muta, despite it being used in North America by “Leaping” Lanny Poffo years before Muta came from Japan. In a standard moonsault, which is generally attempted from the top rope, a wrestler faces away from the supine opponent and executes a backflip landing on the opponent in a splash/press position but facing towards the elevated position. Though this move is generally attempted from the top rope to an opponent lying face up in the mat, myriad variations exist, including moonsaults that see the wrestler land on a standing opponent and forcing them down to the mat. The move is considered a higher-impact version of a splash, since the wrestler utilizes rotational speed.
A less common variation sees the wrestler perform a moonsault on a standing opponent, with the torso of the wrestler striking the torso of the opponent (albeit upside down), forcing the opponent backwards and to the ground with the opponent on top of them, usually placing the opponent in a pinning predicament. Most of the variations listed below can also be performed on standing opponents.
Random information on the term “LOBSTER”:
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