Origin of fishery
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The credits relieved the sailors and owners of tariffs, essentially tax payments they had to make on supplies for the fishery.A Founding Father Profit Sharing Fix for Inequality
July 12, 2014
Management of the fishery is intertwined with the profitability of the fishing industry and politics of power.The Big Idea: Saving the World’s Most Important Fish
Kevin M. Bailey
August 9, 2013
The Eastern States may claim it for their fishery, and for other objects, as the Southn.
There were the fishery huts and the men curing and drying fish.A Little Girl in Old Salem
Amanda Minnie Douglas
I'm glad to get away alive from the decaying millions of oysters at the fishery.
Consequently, only a limited number are allowed to take part in the fishery.
In the fishery, they usually go by the generic name of Gay-Headers.Moby Dick; or The Whale
- the industry of catching, processing, and selling fish
- a place where this is carried on
- a place where fish are reared
- a fishing ground
- another word for piscary (def. 2)
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Word Origin and History for fishery
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