I do have a certain amount of moral discomfort because of the situation with whaling.
The younger the respondent, the lower the support for whaling.
Bronstein makes an annual offer to send crews aboard the Japanese whaling fleet or even just interview representatives.
"We have the show that may be the closing note on whaling in the Southern Ocean," she said.
His great grandfather sailed from Cape Verde and was involved in the whaling industry of Nantucket Island, Mass.
The whaling captains and I watched the meeting with intense interest.
Why did the Dutch in De Witt's time have admirals of their whaling fleets?
The method of whaling with poisoned arrows or throwing-spears must, as has been said, be very ancient.
How comes all this, if there be not something puissant in whaling?
He went to sea on a whaling vessel and was lost during his first voyage.
Old English hwæl, from Proto-Germanic *khwalaz (cf. Old Saxon hwal, Old Norse hvalr, hvalfiskr, Swedish val, Middle Dutch wal, walvisc, Dutch walvis, Old High German wal, German Wal); probably cognate with Latin squalus "a kind of large sea fish." Phrase whale of a "excellent or large example" is c.1900, student slang.
Excellent; wonderful; great (1954+ Black musicians)
A beating (1852+)
A large or fat person; beached whale (1900+)
A heavy blow: She gave him a hard whale to the nose
[fr British dialect spelling of wale, ''strike, beat,'' perhaps related to Old English wœl, ''slaughter, carnage, death'']