trawlerman


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trawlerman

(ˈtrɔːləmən)
n, pl -men
(Fishing) a person working on a fishing trawler at sea
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trawlerman

n pl <-men> → Trawlerfischer m
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Having tried his hand at being a teacher, binman, vet, trawlerman and even a mum for the popular Rhod Gilbert's Work Experience series, he was invited by the Welsh Rugby Union to show off his skills on the pitch.
The beurre blanc sauce would have made a French trawlerman swoon - this was Walsh's fine dining background shining through.
Mr Joyce was described as an experienced trawlerman and had been fishing for herring, mackerel, whitefish and prawns.
Well, I regard this as a serious matter," he told the young trawlerman at Teesside Crown Court on Tuesday.
This time, however, he was down in Devon to try his hand at being a trawlerman.
THE devastated fiancee of a Scots trawlerman who died after his boat sank in the North Sea said he was a "great man".
He spent s even d ays a s a trawlerman for a documentary.
Former trawlerman John Vincent, now a guide, showed her around the award-winning dockside museum with its mocked-up 1950s high street complete with a traditional pub, which he and Kate called into.
Former trawlerman John Vincent, now a guide, showed her around the award-winning museum, with its mocked-up 1950s high street complete with a traditional pub, which he and Kate called into.
The uninhabited outcrops were the scene of a particularly nasty confrontation in late 2010 when Japan arrested a Chinese trawlerman who had rammed two of its coastguard vessels.
More than 10 days on and no trace of the Scots trawlerman has been found, prompting his dad Craig and Steven's partner Megan Willdig to ask Daily Post readers for their help to bring him home Megan said: "I am appealing to the public in and around the area where he fell overboard that if you are out walking your dog, or kayaking, scuba diving, please take time to look more closely around the coast and coves in case he is trapped somewhere.