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How to use trawler in a sentence
To meet growing global demand for salmon, huge trawlers pillage the fisheries off the coast of West Africa and Peru, robbing subsistence fishers of their livelihood and increasing food insecurity.
The other is industrial fisheries, including trawlers and distant water fishing fleets.Africa doesn’t reap the rewards of its $24 billion marine fisheries industry | Edward H. Allison | November 22, 2021 | Quartz
Local trawlers and lobster boats will find themselves sharing their waterways with huge vessels hefting cranes and massive hydraulic jacks.U.S. Fishermen Are Making Their Last Stand Against Offshore Wind | Alejandro de la Garza | September 30, 2021 | Time
From the bridge of the Arctic Sunrise, an old ice-breaking fishing trawler turned research vessel now plying the polar waters between Greenland and northern Norway, Laura Meller has an unparalleled view of our planet’s future.'A Climate Emergency Unfolding Before Our Eyes.' Arctic Sea Ice Has Shrunk to Almost Historic Levels | Aryn Baker | September 21, 2020 | Time
Late Monday night, the Allegra was joined by a French fishing trawler that answered an SOS call.
McIntyre was 32 years old when he took a job as an engineer on the Valhalla, a fishing trawler moored in Gloucester, Mass.
Is the Prince kept prisoner on a trawler sweeping the North Sea for mines?
Soon there struggled in the narrow mouth the shadow of a close-reefed trawler of sixty tons or so.Yachting Vol. 2 | Various.
Besides, to each was attached a yacht, and a trawler which continually plied for it between island and land.The Lord of the Sea | M. P. Shiel
The Falcon, strong-hearted trawler, was plunging towards the rock when the first line of gay bunting swung clear into the breeze.The Pillar of Light | Louis Tracy
You can hear what speed he's going, and when you're used to them you can make out what kind of craft he is—trawler or destroyer.The Story of Our Submarines | John Graham Bower
British Dictionary definitions for trawler
a vessel used for trawling
a person who trawls
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