• all the colors of the rainbow
  • 虹の全色;色とりどりの色
  • chase (after) rainbows
  • はかない夢を追い求める
  • As Wotan, Fricka and the other gods start to cross the rainbow bridge leading to Valhalla, they hear a melancholy song from the depths of the Rhine—the maidens, mourning the loss of the gold.
  • Wikipedia: Rhinemaidens
  • Between Lost Creek Lake and Grants Pass there are major fisheries for spring and fall Chinook salmon, and Coho salmon from hatcheries, summer and winter steelhead, and large resident rainbow trout.
  • Wikipedia: Rogue River (Oregon)
  • Fish in the Willamette basin include 31 native species, among them cutthroat, bull, and rainbow trout, several species of salmon, sucker, minnow, sculpin, and lamprey, as well as sturgeon, stickleback, and others.
  • Wikipedia: Willamette River
  • Fishing for salmon and steelhead, a highly prized anadromous form of rainbow trout over 16 inches (41 cm), is best in the Smith and Klamath rivers.
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  • He also gave reasoning (earlier proposed by Sun Sikong, 1015–1076) that rainbows were formed by the shadow of the sun in rain, occurring when the sun would shine upon it.
  • Wikipedia: Shen Kuo
  • He then picks up the plant Gertie gave him, walks into the spaceship, and takes off, leaving a rainbow in the sky as Elliott (and the rest of them) watches the ship leave.
  • Wikipedia: E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial
  • However, a number of less common species also inhabit the lake, including native Murray cod, western carp gudgeon and silver perch, as well as introduced goldfish, Gambusia, rainbow trout and brown trout.
  • Wikipedia: Lake Burley Griffin
  • In late summer large shoals of roach (Rutilus rutilus) and perch (Perca fluviatilis) fry congregate around the margins and weed beds, which are predated by the brown trout (Salmo trutta morpha fario) and rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss).
  • Wikipedia: Chew Valley Lake
  • Other non-native species of trout such as the rainbow trout and lake trout were introduced by the Wyoming Fish and Game Department or migrated out of Yellowstone.
  • Wikipedia: Grand Teton National Park
  • Resident fish include cutthroat trout, sculpins, rainbow trout, and brook trout.
  • Wikipedia: Little Butte Creek
  • The lakes teem with sport fish such as walleye, bass, muskellunge, and northern pike, and streams in the southeast are populated by brook, brown, and rainbow trout.
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  • The Paulins Kill is a popular fishing destination for various species of trout, such as rainbow trout, brown trout and brook trout, Trout are stocked each year during the spring fishing season by New Jersey's Division of Fish & Wildlife.
  • Wikipedia: Paulins Kill
  • The population of bull trout and other native species of fish in Banff's lakes has also dwindled, with the introduction of non-native species including brook trout, and rainbow trout.
  • Wikipedia: Banff National Park
  • The presence of the Taurus Mountain in close proximity to the sea causes fog, in turn creating visible rainbows many mornings.
  • Wikipedia: Alanya
  • The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources regularly stocks the river with catfish and rainbow trout.
  • Wikipedia: Jordan River (Utah)
  • Until the 1990s, whirling disease was considered a manageable problem affecting rainbow trout in hatcheries.
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  • When an object's light is broken into its component colors, an image akin to a rainbow is formed.
  • Wikipedia: Kuiper belt
  • Whereas many of the multicolored rainbow warp trail shots from The Wrath of Khan were stock footage taken from the first film, the producers of the third film wanted something new.
  • Wikipedia: Star Trek III: The Search for Spock