herring poured his mind, body, and soul into the song, and the audience ate up every second of it—especially Letterman.
“All the recent notoriety is just an added bonus to the fact that we are doing what we love,” says herring.
If herring wins, the Democrats will have the run of Virginia.
“I feel like a lot of people missed it,” says herring, despondently.
herring and Welmers have been best friends since middle school, and attended East Carolina University together.
In one day 1,500 lasts of herring had been brought into the harbour.
The Delaware abounded in fish, and in the spring it swarmed with herring.
Minke whales feed primarily on small shoal fish (herring, cod, pollack, and capelin).
In this way bushels of herring could be procured at one time.
In like manner, in the great depths, beneath the most enormous weights, live the herring and the Cod.
Old English hering (Anglian), hæring (West Saxon), from West Germanic *heringgaz (cf. Old Frisian hereng, Middle Dutch herinc, German Hering), of unknown origin, perhaps related to or influenced in form by Old English har "gray, hoar," from the color, or to Old High German heri "host, multitude" from its large schools.
French hareng, Italian aringa are from Germanic. The Battle of the Herrings (French bataille des harengs) is the popular name for the battle at Rouvrai, Feb. 12, 1492, fought in defense of a convoy of provisions, mostly herrings and other "lenten stuffe."