shrimper

[ UK /ʃɹˈɪmpɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈʃɹɪmpɝ/ ]
NOUN
  1. a vessel engaged in shrimping
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How To Use shrimper In A Sentence

  • Rudy Toler, 30, a shrimper and oysterman from Gulfport, Miss., called the payment disgusting. Out Of 91,000 Gulf Oil Spill Claims, Only 1 Final Payment Issued
  • Is he, like, a pussy-shaving cousin of The Shrimper? Dear Clusterflock | clusterflock
  • Shrimper Chris Griffin says he's beginning to believe there may be an end to this tragedy. In Parts Of La., Recreational Fishing Reopens
  • In the U.S., shrimpers haul out gas-guzzling trawlers and catch shrimp in the wild, while in Asia, farmers raise shrimp in mesh cages.
  • Minority communities such as Native American fishermen, Vietnamese shrimpers and African American oystermen have been hit especially hard, since they are not well plugged into the complicated claims process due to lack of education and professional assistance. Rocky Kistner: Questions the Press Needs to Ask About the Gulf Oil Disaster
  • Lieutenant Jackson, a wildlife officer, had found the stranded shrimpers the day before and tried to call come for help, only to be put through endless phone calls and red tape.
  • He said many of his fellow shrimpers lost their lives when they stayed aboard their boats during the storm in a futile attempt to save their livelihoods.
  • Mr Oakley's "Shrimper," a boy sitting on a rock, reminds us of some of Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 54, No. 334, August 1843
  • Shrimper Eric Abair (ph), who delivers boom to skimming vessels in the Gulf, says he isn't ready for a scale-back or ready to fish. Incoming BP Chief: Time To Scale Back Cleanup
  • Often now, shrimpers are forced to trawl farther out, past the hypoxic zone.
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