Origin of minnow
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They got to touch a beached jellyfish before dragging a net through the water to capture a glistening, flip-flopping mass of minnows.On Virginia’s Chincoteague Island — all this and ponies, too|Nevin Martell|September 2, 2021|Washington Post
It’s still early days, and it’s barely a minnow next to the wind and solar sharks in the current sea of renewables—but osmotic energy is gaining traction.Estuaries could power us to a low-carbon future|Claire Maldarelli|June 23, 2021|Popular-Science
The online environment for Switch games is a minnow among sharks.Nintendo Switch review: Great for games at home or on the go, and that might be enough|Billy Cadden|June 19, 2021|Popular-Science
"They are using a whale to catch a minnow," said defense attorney Charles Swift.
“They are using a whale to catch a minnow,” said defense attorney Charles Swift.
The Minnow bites freely in fine weather, and you may take almost as many as you please by angling for them.
Should rain fall at this season, after the water has been low for some time, Trout will take a minnow exceedingly well.
The former is styled the Archimedean, the latter the Phantom Minnow, which collapses when struck by a fish.
Courtiers of forty years' standing, and such I may write myself, are as far to seek in the matter as a minnow in the Maelstrom.The Fortunes of Nigel|Sir Walter Scott
They permit trolling with angels, or phantoms, or the natural minnow.Angling Sketches|Andrew Lang