crab vs lobster

crab lobster

Definitions

  • 1) A crabapple tree or its fruit.
  • 2) Any of various chiefly marine decapod crustaceans of the infraorder Brachyura, having a hard carapace that covers a broad flattened cephalothorax with a small abdomen tucked beneath it, and an anterior pair of legs that are large and pincerlike.
  • 3) Any of various similar decapod crustaceans, such as a hermit crab or a king crab.
  • 4) Crabmeat.
  • 5) The maneuvering of an aircraft partially into a crosswind to compensate for drift.
  • 6) A machine for handling or hoisting heavy weights.
  • 7) A crab louse.
  • 8) A quarrelsome, ill-tempered person.
  • 9) Slang Infestation by crab lice.
  • 10) A small, tart, and somewhat astringent apple, of which there are several varieties, cultivated chiefly for ornament and to be made into preserves, jelly, etc.; the crab-apple.
  • 11) A popular name for all the stalk-eyed, ten-footed, and short-tailed or soft-tailed crustaceans constituting the subclass Podophthalmia, order Decapoda, and suborders Brachyura and Anomura: distinguished from lobsters, shrimps, prawns, crawfish, and other long-tailed or macrurous crustaceans, by shortness of body, the abdomen or so-called tail being reduced and folded under the thorax and constituting the apron, or otherwise modified. See cut under Brachyura.
  • 12) Cancer, a constellation and sign of the zodiac. See Cancer
  • 13) plural The lowest cast at hazard.
  • 14) Among professional oarsmen, to sink the oar-blade so deeply in the water that it cannot he lifted easily, and hence tends to throw the rower out of the boat.
  • 15) An arch.
  • 16) The tree producing the fruit.
  • 17) Some crustacean likened to or mistaken for a crab: as, the glass-crabs; the king-crabs. See the compounds.
  • 18) A name of various machines and mechanical contrivances.
  • 19) A crabbed, sour-tempered, peevish, morose person.
  • 20) A cliff-crab, especially Grapsus pictus.
  • 21) A walking-stick or club made of the wood of the crab-apple; a crabstick.
  • 22) A crab-louse.
  • 23) Iu Australia, the marine crustacean, Scylla serrata; also, Telphusa transversa, a crustacean found in fresh water.
  • 24) plural Same as crabyaws.
  • 25) Sour; rough; austere.
  • 26) In falconry, to seize each other when fighting: said of hawks.
  • 27) To fish for or catch crabs: as, to go crabbing.
  • 28) To be peevish or cross.
  • 29) Tobreakorbruise.
  • 30) Figuratively, to act like a crab in crawling backward; back out; “crawfish”: as, he tried to crab out of it.
  • 31) To irritate; fret; vex; provoke; make peevish, cross, sour, or bitter, as a person or his disposition; make crabbed.
  • 32) Sour; rough; harsh to the taste.
  • 33) Tobepeevishorcross.
  • 34) To ‘pull to pieces’; criticize or find fault with; hence, to hinder, spoil or defeat by adverse criticism of trivial details.
  • 35) To break or bruise.
  • 36) To drift diagonally or sideways, especially when under tow.
  • 37) To hunt or catch crabs.
  • 38) To direct (an aircraft) partly into a crosswind to eliminate drift.
  • 39) To scurry sideways in the manner of a crab.
  • 40) Informal To find fault with; complain about.
  • 41) To direct an aircraft into a crosswind.
  • 42) To find fault; criticize someone or something.
  • 43) Informal To interfere with and ruin; spoil.
  • 44) To make ill-tempered or sullen.
  • 45) To cause to move or scurry sideways.
  • 46) (Naut.) To drift sidewise or to leeward, as a vessel.
  • 47) obsolete To make sour or morose; to embitter.
  • 48) (catch a crab) To make a faulty stroke in rowing that causes the blade of the oar to strike the water on the recovery stroke.

Definitions

  • 1) slang An Australian twenty dollar note, due to its reddish-orange colour.
  • 2) historical A soldier or officer of the imperial British Army (due to their red or scarlet uniform).
  • 3) A crustacean of the Nephropidae family, normally red in colour, with claws, which is used as an expensive seafood.
  • 4) Any of several similar crustaceans, such as a spiny lobster.
  • 5) The flesh of a lobster used as food.
  • 6) Any of several edible marine decapod crustaceans of the family Nephropidae, especially of the genus Homarus, having stalked eyes, long antennae, a pair of large pincers, and a cylindrical body.
  • 7) (Zoöl.) the caterpillar of a European bombycid moth (Stauropus fagi); -- so called from its form.
  • 8) (Zoöl.) a copepod crustacean (Nicothoë astaci) parasitic on the gills of the European lobster.
  • 9) Slang As a term of opprobrium or contempt: A gullible, awkward, bungling, or undesirable person.
  • 10) (Zoöl.) Any large macrurous crustacean used as food, esp. those of the genus Homarus; as the American lobster (Homarus Americanus), and the European lobster (Homarus vulgaris). The Norwegian lobster (Nephrops Norvegicus) is similar in form. All these have a pair of large unequal claws. The spiny lobsters of more southern waters, belonging to Palinurus, Panulirus, and allied genera, have no large claws. The fresh-water crayfishes are sometimes called lobsters.
  • 11) any of several edible marine crustaceans of the families Homaridae and Nephropsidae and Palinuridae
  • 12) flesh of a lobster
  • 13) A dull fellow, who is easily imposed upon; an irritating blockhead; a foolish bore; a chump: a vague term for contempt.
  • 14) The common sole, Solea vulgaris.
  • 15) One of several other crustaceans resembling the above.
  • 16) A British soldier: probably so called originally in allusion to his cuirass, but the name is now generally supposed to refer to his red coat.
  • 17) A stoat.
  • 18) A marine, stalk-eyed, long-tailed, ten-footed crustacean of the subclass Podophthalma or Thoracostraca, order Decapoda, suborder Macrura, family Homaridæ, and genus Homarus, such as H. vulgaris of Europe or H. americanus of the Atlantic coast of North America.
  • 19) In cricket, a bowler of lobs or underhand balls. See lob, 8.
  • 20) red-colored, especially from a sunburn.
  • 21) To fish for lobsters.
  • 22) To catch or try to catch lobsters.

Examples

  • 1) Stir the rice into the vegetables then add the brown crab meat.
  • 2) Stir in white crab meat and prawns.
  • 3) White crab meat is a British delicacy.
  • 4) In this one, chunks of white crab meat and plump tiger prawns vie for your fork's attention.
  • 5) We're all like hermit crabs: little naked creatures that have found a suitable shell and decided to live inside it until it stops fitting.
  • 6) The real dude moment was the soft shell crab burger.
  • 7) Turn off the heat and stir in the brown crab meat.
  • 8) They are not known to attack humans and live off crabs and lobsters.
  • 9) You can catch crabs from the quayside.
  • 10) Scoop the brown meat out of the dressed crab and mix with the horseradish sauce and cream.
  • 11) There is more than a kilo of meat in each crab.
  • 12) On offer are rice dishes plus fresh lobster and crab.
  • 13) We have also been catching male crabs a lot earlier than usual.
  • 14) Stir in the white crab meat and parsley.
  • 15) Buy whole cooked crabs to eat with your fingers for lunch and dressed crabs to make fishcakes and sandwiches.
  • 16) Three big slabs of toast heaped with very fresh crab were lightly dressed and had an exciting kick of chilli.
  • 17) And the hermit crabs run free.
  • 18) Also, how the humble horseshoe crab has survived since prehistoric times.
  • 19) My husband's crab had two large pieces of shell in it.
  • 20) Don't throw away those crab shells.
  • 21) Five large crab cakes, salad and chips.
  • 22) Come on out, you hermit crabs.
  • 23) They can call on salmon from the Pacific and lobster and crab from the east coast.
  • 24) You can watch the daily catch of crabs in the morning or gaze at the multimillion-pound yachts.
  • 25) After all, he is a hermit crab who predicts football results.
  • 26) When the tide goes out, walk across the sands and collect crab shells left by the fishermen.
  • 27) It can also crab sideways, which means it can climb any surface and over anything in its way.
  • 28) He said: 'I went sideways like a crab.
  • 29) Sitting in the shade of a palm tree, I watched a crab creeping sideways on the sand.
  • 30) Speaking about the work he sees himself doing as child and youth advocate, Nieman says he sees young people suffering from what he calls the crab-pot syndrome.
  • 31) Sorry, Tashby but the blue crab is no more in inventory at Super Lake as best I can see.
  • 32) My favourite and most glamorous crab is Malus hupehensis from China.
  • 33) A dried-out horseshoe crab is a delicate thing and there's no way it would survive the flight in my checked baggage.
  • 34) March 13th, 2010 at 11: 51 am dbadass says: the crab is in the freezer but I do have a bunch of defrosted lobster tails.
  • 35) ‘Without warning the stalks supporting the crab's beady black eyes shoot straight up at me.’
  • 36) ‘The torch picked out a tiny red hermit crab as it climbed laboriously across the top of a sponge.’
  • 37) ‘Scientists found male fiddler crabs often aid their neighbors when intruders threaten to move in.’
  • 38) ‘Shining our torches onto the sand reveals thousands of hermit crabs scuttling from the light.’
  • 39) ‘Eastern populations eat numerous horseshoe crabs during migration.’
  • 40) ‘Male horseshoe crabs have two mating tactics that are associated with phenotype.’
  • 41) ‘In fact, more tasty blue crabs are caught and sold than any other Hudson River species.’
  • 42) ‘Generic placement of fossil spider crabs is often difficult because definitive criteria are rarely available for study.’
  • 43) ‘Large edible crabs are everywhere, mainly females that are here to spawn.’
  • 44) ‘A large red crab scuttled across the metal, hoping to avoid the snapper.’
  • 45) ‘Will I be able to catch the mud crab?’
  • 46) ‘Several large edible crabs have burrowed under the mast and others live inside the hollow structure.’
  • 47) ‘We attributed the effect of predator exclusion primarily to juvenile green crabs and fish.’
  • 48) ‘There are also sand crabs burrowing in the sand, which make good bait too.’
  • 49) ‘If we ate a crab with its shell, we would have pretty sore gums.’
  • 50) ‘Fishers in New Brunswick will disobey restrictions on crab fishing this spring.’
  • 51) ‘Not so many people collect the crabs today as it's so labour-intensive.’
  • 52) ‘There really is something very unbecoming about grown men chasing crabs on beaches alone.’
  • 53) ‘You should move to Florida and hunt crabs on the beach all day in the nude.’
  • 54) ‘Young fish, young crabs and molting crabs have lost shelter and refuge from their predators.’
  • 55) ‘He reported that freshwater crab was a popular food among many tribes of northeastern region.’
  • 56) ‘Esther is with Betsy when she gets food poisoning from eating crab.’
  • 57) ‘The seasoning was an Old Bay seasoning which, I believe, usually goes with crab and other sea food.’
  • 58) ‘Sometimes salt beef or salt cod are used, or corned beef or crab.’
  • 59) ‘Other foods high in zinc include oysters, crab, and fortified cereals.’
  • 60) ‘Start your evening with assorted cold meats, crab, and jasmine smoked chicken.’
  • 61) ‘Special occasions call for a gumbo and vegetable soup with crab or salted meat (calalou).’
  • 62) ‘From Cornish Blue shark steaks to Scarborough fresh-dressed crab, the range of fish is bewildering and the quality peerless.’
  • 63) ‘Fresh, unadulterated, chilled, lightly seasoned, fabulous crab is one of my most favourite foods.’
  • 64) ‘Callaloo is a mixture of okra and puréed dasheen leaves, with either crab or salted pork added for flavor.’
  • 65) ‘The menu included Pembrokeshire crab and roast fillet of Welsh Beef.’
  • 66) ‘It's a thin slice of veal with crab on top, topped with a sauce.’
  • 67) ‘The meats consisted of soft shelled crab covered in spices, tender roast beef and chicken.’
  • 68) ‘The buffet is a mountainous feast of crab, salmon, prawns and beef.’
  • 69) ‘Sarah chose the east coast crab with dill and mustard sauce, while I opted for the seared pigeon breasts.’
  • 70) ‘I had dressed Cornish crab which was absolutely delicious and not too rich as crab can sometimes be.’
  • 71) ‘Clean spanner crabs and break crab into portions.’
  • 72) ‘The salad included some very artificial crab.’
  • 73) ‘Place the ring mould on top and fill about a third with dressed crab.’
  • 74) ‘We also don't know anyone who eats crab and watermelon together.’
  • 75) ‘The third species is the pubic louse, Phthirus pubis, commonly known as the crab louse.’
  • 76) ‘People can be infested with three types of lice: body lice, head lice and crab or pubic lice.’
  • 77) ‘I believe the first use of pubic wigs was in ancient Egypt as the only cure that they had at the time for crabs.’
  • 78) ‘One way to test that possibility will be to look at the other species of lice that live on humans - crabs, or Pthirus pubis.’
  • 79) ‘Same recipe used externally for crabs, lice, and all external parasites.’
  • 80) ‘Commonly called crabs, these lice occur on the skin and hair of your pubic areas and on eyelashes.’
  • 81) ‘Pubic lice or crabs are unpleasant, but once diagnosed are thankfully easily treated.’
  • 82) ‘And in no other job will I catch crabs from innocently sitting in the staff lounge on an extremely festy couch… mmm.’
  • 83) ‘Over the last two years she has been treated for gonorrhea and crab lice.’
  • 84) ‘I fear lung disease, heart disease, cancer, losing control of my bladder and bowels, paralysis and crabs in my underpants.’
  • 85) ‘So I get pregnant and get the crabs to boot.’
  • 86) ‘Three weeks later, he had a healthy dose of crabs.’
  • 87) ‘I never had one girl come down with an STD, not even crabs.’
  • 88) ‘It seems that I have severe cases of genital warts, the clap, crabs, herpes and syphillis.’
  • 89) ‘I tried to escape, crabbing sideways in an effort to crawl away.’
  • 90) ‘Each time the aircraft is forced to crab into the wind the groundspeed is reduced.’
  • 91) ‘We set out to stage 6 with a car that was crabbing badly.’
  • 92) ‘By crabbing into the wind, we can stay lined up with the runway centerline, but we'll actually come in at an angle to the runway.’
  • 93) ‘I'd had enough and leveled off, because the winds were causing us to crab significantly.’
  • 94) ‘Their forwards were absolutely dominant, crabbing down the pitch, albeit at a tortuously slow rate.’
  • 95) ‘One of them was on his back and was rapidly crabbing backwards away from the patrol car.’
  • 96) ‘They crabbed their way down the pitch before No.8 forced his way over for the winning try.’
  • 97) ‘He has retained the tendency to crab a bit across the field.’
  • 98) ‘This old car has had a decent hit on the right rear quarter and crabs its way down the road.’
  • 99) ‘At low speed, this system will let you crab the boat completely sideways.’
  • 100) ‘As opposed to crabbing into the wind on final, use aileron to lean the aircraft into the wind.’
  • 101) ‘I had to crab north and east to stay near the north road and to keep from being blown into the desert to the west.’
  • 102) ‘They used to go duck hunting and crabbing and fishing and that's how they survived and raised all the family.’
  • 103) ‘We went fishing, crabbing, and looked for the occasional pigeon and bat.’
  • 104) ‘We spent many happy days fishing and crabbing there.’
  • 105) ‘I know the area well, having fished and crabbed their for many years.’
  • 106) ‘When I asked him what he liked most about crabbing, his short response said it all, ‘the freedom.’’
  • 107) ‘When they come to the door, you're gonna ask them to come crabbing with us.’
  • 108) ‘In 2001, the Texas Legislature approved a bill creating the first brief closed season for crabbing in Texas waters.’
  • 109) ‘When I was a young boy in the 1930s, I had three loving uncles that took me fishing, crabbing and hunting.’
  • 110) ‘When he was a boy, he had gone crabbing with his father on the Hudson River.’
  • 111) ‘Virginia refused to comply with its quota, and now faces a complete ban on horseshoe crabbing.’
  • 112) ‘They learnt everything there is to know about crabbing from Marco's father, Emilio's grandfather.’
  • 113) ‘And the season ends early, in October - they no longer can crab in November.’
  • 114) ‘There were several people down there doing some crabbing.’
  • 115) ‘He loved things like going crabbing as a boy, seaside activities, and the tightknit community of the 1950s.’
  • 116) ‘More than 70 children came out of their shells to take part in a crabbing competition.’
  • 117) ‘My biggest concern for crabbing is the inability of DNR to regulate crab pots.’
  • 118) ‘North Korea emphasizes the importance of crabbing to bring in much-needed foreign currency.’
  • 119) ‘The dinghies are great for the river and they are excellent for things like crabbing in the sea.’
  • 120) ‘She went crabbing and stayed cheerful even though the catch came to a grand total of one crab.’
  • 121) ‘They took note that it was crabbing season over here and they went crabbing in a major way.’
  • 122) ‘The city is crabbing today about clock management, and there was an onside kick late in the game.’
  • 123) ‘I have chattering and squealing, screeching and cooing, crabbing and carping.’
  • 124) ‘The President crabbed about the leak in his Monday press conference.’
  • 125) ‘Yes, usually we crab when a strike puts us out.’
  • 126) ‘I had everything under control until you started crabbing about which books you hadn't read.’
  • 127) ‘We sure don't need any more songs crabbing about how superficial the entertainment industry is.’
  • 128) ‘I knew she was catching up on day's worth of missed sleep, so I didn't blame her for crabbing at me.’
  • 129) ‘I'm going to finish this little pity party and get all my crabbing out at once.’
  • 130) ‘Even if you were that man himself, you have no reason to be crabbed at because I'm having a bad morning.’
  • 131) ‘She crabbed again when he didn't take advantage of the multi-laned road.’

Examples

  • 1) My neighbour was presented with a live lobster and had no idea how to prepare it.
  • 2) They are not known to attack humans and live off crabs and lobsters.
  • 3) On offer are rice dishes plus fresh lobster and crab.
  • 4) Fishermen report having their lobster and crab pots towed away.
  • 5) Bring to the boil and add the live lobsters.
  • 6) lobster and fresh mackerel are available in season.
  • 7) He is noted for his exuberant style and previously caused uproar by boiling lobsters live on the show.
  • 8) The restaurant serves fresh lobster salads.
  • 9) The imaginative menu includes delicious lobster, oysters and squid.
  • 10) They can call on salmon from the Pacific and lobster and crab from the east coast.
  • 11) Live lobster was flown in daily as the caravan crossed Siberia.
  • 12) I would far rather eat fresh crab than lobster.
  • 13) Three scuba diving pals were freeing lobster pots for local fishermen when a 12ft anchor emerged slowly from the gloom.
  • 14) Local specialities include seafood platters piled high with glistening crabs, lobster and prawns on a bed of crushed ice.
  • 15) We loved the stylishly presented lobster soup with crab and chilli toast, followed by flavoursome smoked saddle of lamb with saffron sauce.
  • 16) A mutant crab has been caught in a fisherman's lobster pot.
  • 17) He gets fish fresh off the boats and we have lobster pots out in the sea, so we feel very connected to the environment.
  • 18) It is a rather indulgent affair that includes foie gras, smoked salmon, oysters and lobster.
  • 19) But I've used empty lobster shells or a dead crab.
  • 20) ‘It takes about eight seconds for a pair of lobsters to copulate; it takes a lot longer to get them into the mood.’
  • 21) ‘The body plans of lobsters and humans, flies and fish, barnacles and mice, are initiated using the same families of genes that are conserved across the animal kingdom.’
  • 22) ‘Both spiney lobsters and hermit crabs have been observed attacking gastropods in this fashion and both produce the distinctive notched gastropod remains.’
  • 23) ‘Believe me, there will be some sort of cryptic code to decipher the real meaning behind the four crabs in one tank as opposed to the five lobsters in the other - and it will all have to do with the existence of the lost city of Atlantis.’
  • 24) ‘Decapoda (crabs, lobsters, and shrimps) is the most speciose group within the Malacostraca.’
  • 25) ‘Eumalacostraca is the group that contains most of the animals the general public recognize as crustaceans, such as shrimp, crabs, lobsters.’
  • 26) ‘Studies of fouled arthropods include horseshoe crabs, isopods, stomatopods, lobsters, and true crabs.’
  • 27) ‘Five hundred lobsters were tagged and recorded in one day - a sizeable task.’
  • 28) ‘Now and then a pair of lobsters, plated in Prussian blue, jousted in their underwater dungeon.’
  • 29) ‘We passed a ledge where a massive potato bass was hanging out with five large lobsters.’
  • 30) ‘Marine invertebrates like lobster, prawn, crab, oyster and mussel are also on display.’
  • 31) ‘Polysaccharides are also used in the shells of such crustaceans as crabs and lobsters (chitin).’
  • 32) ‘Urine-borne chemical cues influence the progression and outcome of agonistic encounters in lobsters and crayfish.’
  • 33) ‘Small edible crabs cling to cracks in the rock, but it seems too exposed for larger crustaceans such as lobsters.’
  • 34) ‘Common lobsters, edible crabs, velvet swimming crabs, shore crabs and hermit crabs were common.’
  • 35) ‘You can sometimes find large starfish, edible crabs and squat lobsters here.’
  • 36) ‘Its sheer walls provide homes for edible crabs and squat lobsters and at one point mussels.’
  • 37) ‘When they restaged the match between the same lobsters, the lobster that had lost against the previous opponent always backed down immediately.’
  • 38) ‘To attract a mate, the male lobster users his pincers to snip off one of the eyes of the girl he fancies.’
  • 39) ‘If you had to compare it to something which is alive today you would probably choose a large crab or a lobster, not a spider.’
  • 40) ‘Alistair started off with west coast lobster bisque with white wine, saffron and cognac, while I went for the finnan haddock and lobster risotto with smoked salmon cream and poached egg.’
  • 41) ‘A special of sherried lobster bisque demands to be ordered; its rich brick color and oceanic, lobster-shell tang give it a gutsy character.’
  • 42) ‘People may indulge themselves in a huge variety of seafood delights such as lobster, crab, oyster, caviar and more, along with traditional breakfast choices.’
  • 43) ‘In fact, 20-30 years ago unscrupulous restaurateurs in Spanish resorts would pass it off as lobster or scampi to unsuspecting tourists.’
  • 44) ‘Primarily a seafood restaurant, expect lobster and shrimp spring rolls, grilled octopus and peppercorn crusted yellow-fin tuna.’
  • 45) ‘To treat the palate to an unforgettable experience, serve the caviar-topped tartlets with a swirl of reduced lobster bisque.’
  • 46) ‘Mineral rich seafood, oysters, lobster, and fish are considered aphrodisiacs.’
  • 47) ‘With that in mind, I was ordering lobster bisque and shrimp fettuccine.’
  • 48) ‘A place to enjoy big steaks and seafood in a clubby atmosphere; more delicate eaters can order the chunky lobster bisque and plenty of veggies à la carte.’
  • 49) ‘Order the lemon butter lobster under the stars and try to work out why you didn't move to Sri Lanka years ago.’
  • 50) ‘The opulence of the grey and gold dining room is reflected by the food - truffles, lobster, suckling pig, roast turbot and milk-fed lamb all feature.’
  • 51) ‘Sugar, citrus fruits, and lobster and other seafood then became major exports.’
  • 52) ‘The menu is so good - so deliciously unfussy - that it is almost impossible to choose (for the record, I had lobster lasagne with a mussel and saffron sauce).’
  • 53) ‘A dish of linguine with lobster and Granny Smith apples, on the other hand, sounded so wildly wrong that I ordered it for laughs, and found it very good indeed.’
  • 54) ‘It's made of flat rice noodles and a creamy coconut broth, shot through with bits of lobster and galangal flowers.’
  • 55) ‘Favored dishes include lobster risotto with porcini mushrooms and white truffle oil.’
  • 56) ‘Glistening chunks of lobster mate with fava beans as deliciously as they do with ramps.’
  • 57) ‘We will be served lobster, oysters, caviar and cheese.’
  • 58) ‘However, it took exactly an hour after ordering before my lobster came.’
  • 59) ‘To serve place a mound of jicama salad in the center of a soup plate, arrange two shrimp and a quenelle of salmon roe on top, and spoon some lobster saffron broth around dish.’
  • 60) ‘He pointed to some on the counter top that were looking all… well… lobster coloured you might say.’
  • 61) ‘There are a lot of you who think Mark ought to get tanning and take a quintessential British lobster colour to the party.’
  • 62) ‘He said, ‘Just keep lobstering till it runs out, I guess.’’
  • 63) ‘My brother Cal has been shellfishing (oystering, lobstering, clamming) off the north shore harbors of Long Island, New York since he was sixteen.’
  • 64) ‘Their only son, Frank, is spending the summer on a boat lobstering before going off to an Ivy League school in the fall.’
  • 65) ‘In a matter of minutes, though, we'd pulled out from shore and the first difference between lobstering here and on the Eastern Shore soon became apparent.’
  • 66) ‘When he's not lobstering you'll find him on a local scallop boat or in a blueberry field.’
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