How To Use Sherman In A Sentence

  • A fisherman's son opened this beachside restaurant, which stretches down into the sand. Times, Sunday Times
  • A lone fisherman sorts through his gear as we approach.
  • This can entail harming companies that would be as efficient and as effective as Google is in these areas but for their limited access to consumers, creating a clear violation of Section 2 of the Sherman Act, of American law on monopolization, and on European competition law. Eric K. Clemons: One Click Away? Maybe and Maybe Not
  • A straight man and a good fisherman.
  • From the outset, she is not sure she will survive this touchy encounter with a legendary fisherman who taught her everything she knows and is one tough, crusty character.
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  • Sherman Alexie is a Spokane/Coeur d'Alene Indian who grew up on the Spokane Indian Reservation in Wellpinit, Washington.
  • Once or twice a day the intrepid fisherman ‘runs’ his trot line meaning he gets in a boat and checks the hook dangling beneath each float and if necessary sticks a fresh perch on it for bait.
  • It was in this fortalice that Kornati fisherman left money for fish tax and the hard lifestyle of a fisherman forced them to build settlements on the nearby island of Piskera.
  • Now, a fisherman can always throw a catch he doesn't like back, but, ultimately, no matter how cunning and patient a sportsman he is, what ends up in his creel is really up to the fish. INTERVIEW: John C. Wright
  • Depart the Bay Area for Monterey Bay, visit Fisherman's Wharf and the Cannery Row, made famous by writer John Steinbeck.
  • A series of mainly South American fisherman have been hauled back to Australia with their ships and prosecuted after they were caught fishing near southern Heard Island, and HSI said it hoped to see similar action against whalers.
  • “The Fiddler of Bayou Teche” by Delia Sherman is Southern fantasy with a tenebrous twist. Books in 2009, #12
  • The fisherman made the request of the flounder, and this wish came true too.
  • An elderly fisherman wrote to a mail order house the following: "Please send me one of those gasoline engines for my boat you show on page 438, and if it's any good, I'll send you a check.
  • Sherman typically enacts a series of portraits - Elizabethan whores, gangster's molls, and now a series of clowns.
  • San Pedro was a fisherman as was the father of the great DiMaggio.
  • Fisherman Ray Turner hand-built the V-shaped stone overflow dam, or weir, in the East Branch of the Delaware River in New York; its walls funnel eels into a wooden collecting rack.
  • A mutant crab has been caught in a fisherman's lobster pot. Times, Sunday Times
  • All he could do was beam a ray of pure hatred at Sherman.
  • But unknown to Iphigenia, he was no ordinary fisherman, but a sea wizard, one who lived from the flotsam which washed up upon the beaches and shores of the world.
  • The same day, Ruth Sherman, 88, of Sunrise, Florida, was asked about a visible protrusion from her waist band, which she identified as her colostomy bag. Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion
  • Norwegian fisherman use nets to capture halibut, red perch, cod and king crab.
  • A night fisherman had to get hospital treatment for a facial wound after being attacked in his tent by a marauding fox. Times, Sunday Times
  • I must be the oldest fisherman around. The Sun
  • Many people delighted in taking Sunday walks out Sherman avenue and dropping into the malthouse where they drank several beers, chatted about old times, and then resumed their journeys. ... Archive 2008-12-01
  • Only 32, Sherman already has put in eight years at the Las Vegas sports books, and is likely the most knowledgeable golf handicapper in the country.
  • A night fisherman had to get hospital treatment for a facial wound after being attacked in his tent by a marauding fox. Times, Sunday Times
  • I asked if his father was a fisherman ( "patar hithus?") and he answered excitedly in English, "sardine, sardine! undefined
  • The fisherman cast off the rope and set the boat adrift.
  • As the fisherman approaches, the falconer's spaniels look enquiringly at each other, and his whippet, all four paws at attention, stares respectfully at such an admirable salmon.
  • Seton was but a small town, a fisherman's village where my friends and I would play and bathe in the waters.
  • The fisherman was able to catch so many fish because other workers are making nets. Property and Prophets: The Evolution of Economic Institutions and Ideologies
  • The sheet bend, and in some cases the fisherman's knot, are simple binding knots that can replace the reef knot.
  • MR. SHERMAN: Yes, the fertilizer was disced in, and he tried to disc under that bluegrass sod and get that rotting under there. Northern Nut Growers Association Report of the Proceedings at the 41st Annual Meeting Pleasant Valley, New York, August 28, 29 and 30, 1950
  • Kern, Sherman and Robot John walk across the planet – and Robot John helpfully plays some music on his built-in jukebox to make the journey pleasant. Current Movie Reviews, Independent Movies - Film Threat
  • The spell was broken one day by a particularly stubborn fisherman who used clubs to beat his way through the grey mist.
  • One of them wore trousers with big yellow and black checks, the other a battered straw hat and a white rollneck fisherman's arran. WHITE LIES
  • A keen fly-fisherman caught a record-sized salmon.
  • One of the most profoundly beautiful reggae songs ever made, Fisherman bathes the daily grind in a spiritual light, naming its titular anglers after four of the disciples (dubbed Fishers of Men by Jesus), though it's not known whether the original apostles also stopped off to see the local collie man. Expecting Rain
  • The fisherman cast off the rope and set the boat adrift.
  • The ledger fisherman and his rod rest and two rod approach needs a much wider platform from which to fish.
  • The author and the fisherman were strangers, for the author would not want his identity known if the letter was later opened and read by the fisherman, or if the mailer was eventually found.
  • The suggestion is that instead of fish, the fisherman himself has been caught in the net.
  • Once he found in Grant and Sherman a pair of bulldogs who ignored setbacks and would not let go, his ‘meddling’ diminished.
  • If the fisherman has the wit to put his (or her) bottles in the stream one presumes they have nearby for piscatorial endeavors, the Malt beverages need never be warm ... Fine Wine & Warm Beer
  • After all, he believes, a fisherman should always seek a challenge and the wels is the biggest challenge on the river. Spain's Ebro River Is Big Catfish Country
  • Bent The film version of Martin Sherman's searing stage play stars Clive Owen as a gay inmate of Dachau who denies his homosexuality and is given a yellow rather than a pink star to wear.
  • After a time the hellgrammite comes to the surface and takes to the air as a beetle, but in that state he interests the naturalist rather than the fisherman. Healthful Sports for Boys
  • the fisherman caught a 10-pounder
  • My father was a fisherman sailing out of Milford Haven and my late husband, Royston, was a coppersmith in Milford Docks.
  • The fisherman made another cast with the fishing net.
  • The king called a tunny and commanded him to take the fisherman on his back and deposit him on a rock near the shore, where the other fishers could see and rescue him. The Science of Fairy Tales An Inquiry into Fairy Mythology
  • The fisherman was able to catch so many fish because other workers are making nets. Property and Prophets: The Evolution of Economic Institutions and Ideologies
  • But, as you would expect, the Inspector is no mug and played our fumbling probing with the skill of an experienced fly fisherman, which in fact he is.
  • On the downslope from the foreboding metal fence of the Camarones del Sur shrimp farm, known as Camarsa, a few fisherman stand half-submerged in the shallow waters.
  • The latest catch was a large mature male crab netted by Bridlington fisherman Andrew Sanderson last week.
  • World Golf opened in mid-December in Sherman Oaks, in a brick building that once was an auction house.
  • They supply the fisherman with everything from soup to nuts.
  • Sherman's behavior and verbiage was succinct and efficient but it wasn't even remotely "thuggish."
  • Once upon a time there was a poor old fisherman.
  • As Cesare stood talking to the fisherman, he spun a gold ducat between his fingers. THE FAMILY
  • His father is a fisherman.
  • Chi Mei, which is based in Tainan, Taiwan, is charged with price fixing in violation of the Sherman Act. Each violation carries a maximum fine of $100 million for corporations. The Earth Times Online Newspaper
  • In his very brief opportunity as the fisherman, Ruodi, Anthony Dean Griffey unveiled an exquisite lyric tenor.
  • If Aengus is a figure of passion, so, interestingly, is the fisherman.
  • That evening we rendezvoused with a rambunctious fisherman who had motored down to meet us from his home in Pelican.
  • In 1890, the United States pioneered competition law and significantly strengthened the future of free markets in the American system by adopting a new federal statute: the Sherman Anti-Trust Act.
  • The fisherman found a rare dugong in the water.
  • He is married with two children, lives in South Croydon and as a hobby, is a keen fisherman.
  • Yet even the greatest animosities of our current era seldom reach the depth of the hatred that existed between General William Tecumseh Sherman and the newspapermen who followed his army.
  • When I meet a fisherman on one of my waterside rambles, he may mention birds I haven't seen.
  • Here I am in a boat, with fellow fisherman, Hal, pitting my newly acquired skills against the canny trout.
  • The best book that I have found for readability on the subject, and without losing me along the way with uber-florid prose about artists in smocks, mixing cerulean blue pigment on their paint spattered pallets as the fisherman hauled in pilchards at their feet, is The Shining Sands Artists in Newlyn and St Ives 1880-1930 by Tom Cross. A day in Cornwall
  • Mandurah angler Shane Kirkham lands Monday monster mulloway MANDURAH fisherman Shane Kirkham enjoyed his long weekend, landing a monster 22. 5kg mulloway off the beach south of the town. AustralianIT.com.au | Top Stories
  • I was surprised to read that one of those soft-hearted Cornish fisherman had put a lobster back in the sea after catching it in one of his pots, because he thought it looked tired and deserved a break.
  • Connecticut is here, and she comes, I doubt not, in the spirit of ROGER SHERMAN, whose name with our very children has become a household word, and who was in life the embodiment of that sound practical sense which befits the great lawgiver and constructer of governments. A Report of the Debates and Proceedings in the Secret Sessions of the Conference Convention For Proposing Amendments to the Constitution of the United States, Held at Washington, D.C., in February, A.D. 1861
  • Today, Dave is a lobster fisherman, while Maureen is both a fisher and a writer of short stories, novels, poetry, and children's literature.
  • A friend met me at the Ocean River Sports dock at noon; 30 minutes later, we crossed the runway and bee-lined for Fisherman's Wharf, a klatch of pastel-colored houseboats and floating restaurants on the edge of the Inner Harbour. Victoria, By Sea
  • Sure enough, at nine o'clock sharp, a man who looked very much like a fisherman walked in bearing assorted calamari, shellfish and prawns on a large plastic tray.
  • I am an avid fisherman and have been fishing for salmon all my life: I am now 53.
  • A correspondent from General Sherman's army says that the Whitworth rifle in use by the Southern skirmishers and sharpshooters is a weapon greatly to be feared, as persons nearly a mile and a half from the Foreign and Colonial Intelligence
  • He was James Garfield, a Republican leader in Congress. Soon, both Sherman and Blaine asked all of their delegates to vote for Garfield.
  • The old fisherman was cursed by his shrewish wife.
  • When the snipe and the clam grapple , it is the fisherman who profits.
  • And now this fisherman is come to Jerusalem, the place is packed with pilgrims ripe for any trouble, and Hanan stirs and stirs the broth. Chapter 17
  • The farmer and the fisherman relied much upon favourable weather. The Gods of Asgard
  • Well, it all starts with an old weather-beaten fisherman who complains to the wise and worldly Dr. Yano that the heavily-polluted water of Suruga Bay can no longer sustain fish.
  • Mrs Martin was a widow and a washerwoman, and had a ne'er-do-well brother, a fisherman, who frequently "sponged" upon her. The Lively Poll A Tale of the North Sea
  • The fisherman begins wading over to me as I rebait and cast out. Stockies
  • Thus the bracketing of hull and basketwork trap also instils notions of the fisherman and his catch, the hunter and his quarry, the slayer and the slain.
  • Why hasn't he got that big fisherman's staysail on her?" she demanded irritably. Chapter 19
  • Peter became a judge but John remained a fisherman.
  • A room at the Marriott Fisherman's Wharf can run you up to $369.
  • He plays Sherman Klump, a college professor and genetics researcher.
  • Sherman Housted, a former Navy officer with a good aerology background, was hired to service as weatherman. News for WNCT
  • Fisherman say whitebait catches have fallen to a fifth of their peak. When a Billion Chinese Jump
  • Although he resented his father for the neglect of the family he joined him as a fisherman when he was sixteen.
  • Hubei province, Honghu city: A fisherman tries to paddle his boat through a small stream amid the partially dried-up fishery in the Honghu lake, Hubei province.
  • A gaff, a pugh, and a dip-net, all of which an old fisherman declared I could not sail without, were also put aboard. Sailing Alone Around the World
  • My guess is if this had been about spin fisherman it would have never made the Wall Street Journal. Warm water fishing: Do you Brownline?
  • The next day Wickliffe dashed off another letter to Polk with the news, through Sherman, that Jones had indeed discountenanced the plan. A Country of Vast Designs
  • World Golf opened in mid-December in Sherman Oaks, in a brick building that once was an auction house.
  • A lone fisherman sorts through his gear as we approach.
  • There was Edna and Edna's fisherman brother, Bert.
  • He works for two years in his Grandpa's store, picking huckleberries, and selling bait to local fisherman in order to save the fifty dollars needed to buy the hounds.
  • Sherman's rhythmic snoring soothed him and he liked the way his partner always smelled like buttercream frosting on a cake.
  • The tide was still ebbing furiously and the course lay once again upwind, and for a few minutes I amused some onlooking fisherman by not making any headway at all.
  • Hope and Community, run by Sherman and Rutland addictive medicine doctor Mark Logan, now plans to set up more than one long-term "aftercare" facility for people recently out of jail and for youths recovering from drug and alcohol abuse. RutlandHerald.com
  • A giant crab with claws so powerful that they could crush a man's wrist has been hauled from the sea by a Portsmouth fisherman. Times, Sunday Times
  • In CATNYP by Delia Sherman, a mortal girl who is a "taken child" tries to find her place in faery society, where she is without any special powers. The Faery Reel
  • The ocean fisherman changing work is difficult not because of unenough government supporting and uncompleted policy.
  • How could this boy from Brooklyn, this New Yorker in heart and mind, this supermale with six marriages, this man whom the feminist Kate Millett called the quintessence of the heterosexual, macho pig — how could this man have chosen to live in a small town of 3,500 souls, most of them homosexuals, whose contribution to local culture consists (if I am to believe the waiter in the faux fisherman's restaurant where I wait till it's time for our interview) of a festival of sexy bodies, a week for leather enthusiasts, and a colloquium on the problems posed by adoption by same-sex couples? In the Footsteps of Tocqueville (Part V)
  • Fisherman Loc says he will continue fishing near the Paracel islands in the future.
  • Actor - musician Sherman Ewing talks the ins and outs of NYC dog walking.
  • There on the windowsill in his room were three shells, knobbed whelks, mementos of his older brother, who had been a fisherman. The Sound Thief « A Fly in Amber
  • The boat was an old trawler, something more for fisherman than pleasure cruising.
  • His brigade protected the rear of Sherman's army during the Atlanta Campaign, and was part of the Tennessee Campaign at the end of 1864.
  • One of his parishioners, a fisherman with three children and a pregnant wife, is in a state of depression, deepened by the immanence in the world of nuclear-bomb threats.
  • One fisherman waxed lyrical about the variety of fish in the river.
  • I tell you this vagrant fisherman, this wandering preacher, this piece of driftage from Galilee, commanded me. Chapter 17
  • What makes a good fly fisherman is being able to read patterns and follow them. ok fellow fly fisherman im 13 and i need some major help im going on a week long fishing trip with my dad and grandfather and i
  • A lone fisherman on a seawall is silhouetted against the sunset. The Sun
  • Even the odor of my Calcutta washerman, redolent with the fragrance of castor oil, was too much for my unchastised squeamishness; and as to assafoetida, the favorite condiment of our Aryan cousins, I was so uncatholic as to bring away from India the same aversion to it that I had carried out there. Lippincott's Magazine of Popular Literature and Science Volume 15, No. 87, March, 1875
  • A professional noticer, a powerful communicator, a teacher, and a serious fisherman, Andrews is the best-selling author, of The Traveler's Gift, with millions of books in print.
  • When Daniel returns, hr is worried about his grandpa dying, but instead he finds his grandparents happy; their catalyst Mara; but even she with her whimsy upbeat demeanor fears she will never reach the soul of the stoic sad fisherman. Church of the Dog-Kaya McLaren « The Merry Genre Go Round Reviews
  • Grown-up in his own fisherman's kingdom, his cruelty brands him an emblematic villain.
  • On a July day in 2003, a fisherman was casting the North Fork of the Shenandoah River when he found Paz's body.
  • On the blue-gray waters of Lake Edward, where the eastern fringe of Congo blends into Uganda, Byanmongo Matabishi, a fisherman from the Congolese village of Vitshumbi, stands on a pirogue and shakes his head. As Go the Hippos …
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  • “The duration of our president,” he told Roger Sherman, “. . . is only for four years; but his power during those four years is much greater than that of an avoyer, a consul, a podesta, a doge, a stadtholder; nay, than a king of Poland; nay, than a king of Sparta.” America's First Dynasty
  • Nearby, fisherman Rolando Ramirez helped others pull their fishing boats from the water.
  • His job as a fisherman brought in some money, and most was spent on beer.
  • Now you probably understand just why that old fisherman was willing to sell you his yawl. THE TREASURED ONE
  • A fisherman passed with a string of fish on a bamboo pole across his shoulders. Times, Sunday Times
  • He was however an ardent and expert fisherman, and tended to haunt waters more suitable to that end.
  • When the wind blows, the fly fisherman keeps on casting and reeling them in!
  • Fishermann drives home a very good point in that being ultra "greenie" actually marginalizes the content ... you are less effective in forwarding an agenda by shouting from the fringe. Sharks - The World's Top Predator?
  • My eldest is a No. 1 hunter and fisherman, the two younger ones like hunting but not as much as they like to fish (which is fine with me). Daddy Deer Camp
  • Hubei province, Honghu city: A fisherman tries to paddle his boat through a small stream amid the partially dried-up fishery in the Honghu lake, Hubei province.
  • A creel is the woven basket a fisherman keeps his catch in, but I can't see how that could enter into the equation. The Burglar On The Prowl
  • Fisherman: Know who I am?I'm animal storeman. I'm moving the fish to another place.
  • SHERMAN: Yes, but when you ` ve shifted through their underwear drawer and you got everything she ` s written on the computers, her text messages, everyone in the world is informing on her, you would think you would come up with some statement that -- is inculpable. CNN Transcript Dec 1, 2008
  • Salomon, a fisherman, has to work in the diamantiferous mines.
  • This is God-fucking wondrous awful, Thomas Blanky had time to think as the entire ton or ton and a half of ice-encrusted manrope and human being began being pulled upward as easily and surely as if a fisherman were hauling up his net after a casting. The Terror
  • a lonely fisherman stood on a tuft of gravel
  • In vignettes centering on a fiery local waitress, a seventh-generation fisherman, the doyenne of a fading lesbian power culture, an unrepentant jinx, and other characters for whom the term colorful does scant justice, he introduces a community bound by tradition, superstition, recalcitrance, and a profound, more visceral than affectionate love for the sea. undefined
  • Chris Mehlig, a fisherman from Louisiana's St. Bernard Parish, said he is getting eight days of work a month, laying down containment boom, running supplies to other boats or simply being on call dockside in case he is needed. Gulf Oil Spill: Is Clean Up Help Being Turned Down?
  • He is the son of a washerman from Hyderabad and working in Maad area for the past 20 years.
  • Kara stared aghast as the brawny Maggie Finch, with a florid complexion like red brick and forearms like a butcher's, rolled up her sleeves and went to meet the threat of the two men in black Greek fisherman's garb.
  • I am told that a fisherman of more than 70 summers was repairing his boat on the slipway of a little Northern port much used by divers.
  • I thought Ashbrooks 'guests Sherman and Mutter were very informed and articulate about Media Mogul' Strine '(Aussie pronunciation of Australian) Murdoch! WBUR and NPR - On Point with Tom Ashbrook
  • An hour or so later the fisherman felt a tug at his pant leg.
  • Sherman's prime targets in his famous marches were Confederate war-making resources and morale.
  • As the Arctic Ocean north becomes less and less icy, commercial fisherman have begun eyeing these vast, untapped waters as an adjunct to the famously rich fishing grounds of the subarctic Bering Sea, west of Alaska. Shifting spring: Arctic plankton blooming up to 50 days earlier now
  • The shark's dorsal fin was cut off by the fisherman.
  • Individual fisherman are allocated quotas that entitle them to portions of the authorized total allowable catch.
  • June 26th, 2006 at 12: 47 pm they actually have a bad ass grimm reaper on there for 1000 …. oh and the fisherman is awesome as well Fork Accident
  • Carrying plugs festooned with treble hooks is a price that is inevitably paid by the penitent plug fisherman.
  • The next morning we set about the arduous task of rowing up river in what is a very powerful current, until we were met by the fisherman and were told about a mahseer of 50 kg that had come out of this place two days ago.
  • A smaller instrumentation is adopted with English Horn obbligato (as if a shadow of the storyteller). In Part II, the singer 'jumps out' from being a storyteller and becomes the fisherman himself.
  • Sherman declared that Cleveland's choice of southern advisors was a "reproach to the civilization of the age," and Joseph B. Foraker, speaking in an Ohio campaign, found that the people wished to hear Cleveland "flayed" and wanted plenty of "hot stuff. The United States Since the Civil War
  • He was a keen fisherman and shot and a naturalist, and his harmless eccentricities caused much amusement.
  • The bikers are setting up a barbecue, and a spearfisherman tiptoes into the waves. Times, Sunday Times
  • It was a golden age for poets and panegyrists, koranists and literati, preachers and rhetoricians, physicians and scientists who, besides receiving high salaries and fabulous presents, were treated with all the honours of Chinese Mandarins; and, like these, the humblest Moslem — fisherman or artizan — could aspire through knowledge or savoir faire to the highest offices of the Empire. The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • He spent six years as a commercial fisherman. Times, Sunday Times
  • WE'RE all spear fisherman at heart - this game is a chance to get back to your inner caveman. The Sun
  • Roy dreams of being a baseball player, or an architect, or a fisherman.
  • Hubei province, Honghu city: A fisherman tries to paddle his boat through a small stream amid the partially dried-up fishery in the Honghu lake, Hubei province.
  • With great difficulty, the fisherman manoeuvred his small craft close to the reef.
  • “Suffice it to say,” he reported, “that all the objections to the Constitution vanished before the learning and eloquence of a William Samuel Johnson, the genuine good sense and discernment of a Sherman, and the Demosthenian energy of an Ellsworth.” Ratification
  • The fisherman had a good haul.
  • Blackbird House is a chronological series of stories, all set in the same weatherboarded farmhouse on the Cape, built by a fisherman trying to escape the sea.
  • The man had a worn, weathered face, he might have been a fisherman or a villager; he looked hard-up, in his frayed overcoat. COUP D'ETAT
  • Recently-fired CNN/US President Klein clashed with CNN/Worldwide President Jim Walton on several issues, Sherman writes, including importing Olbermann to CNN in 2006. Rachel Maddow: Bill O'Reilly A 'Race-Baiting F**k,' CNN Wanted Olbermann: NYMag
  • Sherman marched from the Mississippi to the Atlantic, burning and pillaging every city in his path, leaving only destruction in his wake.
  • Both are procedural tactics. shermandorn Writing next Great American Novel: Senators and Filibusters and Zombies. davidcnswanson Dems taking inspiration from filibusters, plan to call a phonebook healthcare reform and pass it through reconciliation. Gaea Times (by Simple Thoughts) Breaking News and incisive views 24/7
  • The typical 'bluenose' is the small farmer-fisherman, a handy man of many trades. The Canadian Type
  • Congress had allocated General Sherman, whose brother John was a US senator, some five hundred thousand dollars for subsisting the needy Indians under the area encompassed by his Department of the Missouri.
  • The incident has put a lot of pressure on local people, says fisherman Le Van Loc from Quang Ngai province.
  • He has been a fisherman for as long as he can remember, starting with eels and cockabullies to the current day, where anything that swims is in potential danger.
  • It was here the Saltwater Fisherman players finally got cracking.
  • ‘I'm a fisherman, me, like my daddy and granddaddy,’ one old shrimper tells Tidwell.
  • Ohio-born William Tecumseh Sherman was named after Tecumseh, the Shawnee chief who had tried to unite Ohio River Valley Native American tribes in the early 19th century.
  • In a humbler-looking fabric, like a gray or brown herringbone, a plain loden or a lightly speckled tweed, the cap looks great with a peacoat, leather jacket or fisherman's sweater - or anything one might deem more Irish than squirish. NYT > Home Page
  • The fisherman plopped the bait into the river.
  • A Maine fisherman took us up the Saint Croix River in his boat. Champlain's Dream
  • In Wisconsin some of my muskie fisherman friends use a snap swivel which they attach to the wire with a crimp.
  • Far down the line of brightly painted longboats I saw a fisherman who owned just one net, which he had draped on a tepee of bamboo stalks to dry in the sun.
  • Individual fisherman are allocated quotas that entitle them to portions of the authorized total allowable catch.
  • During the process, one South Korean policeman was hurt by a weapon wielded by Chinese fishermen, and one Chinese fisherman was shot in his leg, the coast guard said. Beijing's Buildup Stirs Fears
  • Nomura's jellyfish first arrived in Japanese waters in 2005 when fisherman out looking for anchovies, salmon and yellowtail began finding large numbers of the gelatinous creatures in their nets.
  • Fisherman are involved in a price dispute with fish wholesalers.
  • The Sherman Act was a cakewalk compared to an Italian immigrant. THE VENDETTA DEFENCE
  • The tide was still ebbing furiously and the course lay once again upwind, and for a few minutes I amused some onlooking fisherman by not making any headway at all.
  • A native of Minnesota, he grew up a hiker and fisherman, and guided canoe trips on the U.S. His Innovations Got Americans Talking About Their History
  • Cheney, who is known as an ardent hunter and fisherman stated, I'm tired of every liberal, socialist, pantywaist Democrat questioning the size of the trout I landed. Bill Allen: Cheney to Undergo Waterboarding
  • A poor fisherman who knows the beauties of the misty mornings is much richer than a wealthy man who sleeps till noon in his palace! Mehmet Murat ildan 
  • Nor do I believe with General Sherman that its slowness on that occasion was due to anything "imbibed" from General Thomas. Forty-Six Years in the Army
  • Others suggested that Sherman was at fault for trying to present an alibi defense.
  • It is worth noticing also that a distinction was now drawn between the fisherman and the fishmonger — the man who caught the fish and he who sold it — piscator and piscarius; and in the vocabulary itself the leonine line is cited: “Piscator prendit, quod piscarius bene vendit.” Old Cookery Books and Ancient Cuisine

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