Salmon, tuna, sturgeon, mussels, oysters, and sable are marinated and smoked using hickory and alder wood.
From Voudrin's tumble-down shanty sturgeon Lake was nearly a hundred miles southwest.
"I think the sturgeon is at the bottom of it," was the reply.
A precisely similar series of phenomena to those in Amphibia has been shewn by Salensky to take place in the sturgeon.
"Show me the sturgeon, dear," said Akhineyev, rubbing his hands and licking his lips.
In about half an hour all the guests knew the story about Vankin and the sturgeon.
Akhineyev glanced at the sturgeon and heaved a sigh of relief.
It is therefore of Cuvier's series, chondropterigii, of which the sturgeon is facile princeps.
There was a real anecdote about that sturgeon in the kitchen.
When the whitefish and sturgeon are gone, the trout will multiply until they are the big catch.
c.1300, from Anglo-French sturgeon, Old French esturjon, from a Germanic source (cf. Old High German sturio "sturgeon," Old English styria), from Proto-Germanic *sturjon-; cognate with Lithuanian ersketras, Russian osetr "sturgeon." Of obscure origin, perhaps from a lost pre-Indo-Eeuropean tongue of northern Europe, or from the root of stir. Medieval Latin sturio, Italian storione, Spanish esturion are Germanic loan-words.