Definitions for "Tuna"
Any one of several species of large oceanic fishes belonging to the mackerel family Scombridae, especially the bluefin tuna (Thunnus thynnus, formerly Orcynus thynnus or Albacora thynnus), called also the common tunny or great tunny, a native of the Mediterranean Sea and of temperate parts of the Atlantic Ocean. It sometimes weighs a thousand pounds or more, and is caught commercially in large quantity for use as food; -- also called, especially in Britain, tunny. It is also one of the favorite fishes used by the Japanese in preparing sushi. On the American coast, especially in New England, it is sometimes called the horse mackerel. Another well-known species is the yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacares) of warm seas. the See Illust. of Horse mackerel, under Horse.
The bonito, 2.
the meat of the tuna, used as food; -- also called tuna fish.
a handheld ad-hoc radio device for local music sharing created by Arianna Bassoli, Julian Moore, Stefan Agamanolis at the Media Lab Europe
a mobile wireless application that allows users to share their music
(transurethral needle ablation): Destroys excess prostate tissue with electromagnetically generated heat by using a needle-like device in the urethra.
The instrument is placed into prostate tissue through cystoscope the tissue between the needles is destroyed via thermal energy.
Keywords:  opuntia, prickly, pear, see
The Opuntia Tuna. See Prickly pear, under Prickly.
Nickname for Bill Parcells. Coined during his days coaching New England when a reporter attempted to play a practical joke on him but Parcells caught on and asked, "Who do you think I am? Charlie Tuna?".
Keywords:  nopal, chilled, lime, juice, fruit
The fruit of the nopal. It is served chilled with lime juice.
Keywords:  sing, songs, love, spanish, students
a group of students who sing Spanish songs about life and love
Keywords:  exercise, deep, breathing
Deep breathing exercise.