Waterhorse


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Wa´ter`horse`


n.1.A pile of salted fish heaped up to drain.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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In the heat of the Summer waterhorse (32) fish spread on the beaches is subject to at least two damaging influences, viz., the danger of burning, and the presence of clouds of dust usually stirred up by the motor traffic, which eventually settle on the fish.
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* On Monday evening members and friends of the Methodist Church enjoyed watching the film The Waterhorse. It had been arranged by the minister.
Unlike lumbering blockbusters such as The Golden Compass, the Waterhorse and even Harry Potter, this is a movie that moves along at a swift lick and is not afraid to be scary, which is becoming unusual for afamily film.
On Wednesday, the whole family, minus baby Shiloh headed out to the movies to watch The Waterhorse.
Brown" in 1997 and "Charlotte Gray" in 2001, have now emerged from several years of development with three movies--"Becoming Jane," "The Waterhorse" and "Brideshead Revisited"--that attempt to put all that hard thinking into action.
The company was in Scotland to stage a projection of the Loch Ness Monster to publicise a new DVD, The Waterhorse: Legend of the Deep.
Ranging from the good to the ungodly, the best is THE WATERHORSE: LEGEND OF THE DEEP (Cert PG, 112mins ***), a charming tale of a young lad in early 1940s Scotland who discovers an egg in a coastal rock pool.
Third row: Anne Hathaway in Finding Jane' Pathfinder's Jay Tavare' Alexander Nathan Etel in The Waterhorse' Beowulf actor Shay Duffin' Nic Cage in Ghostrider' Russell Crowe as an American Gangster and Brad Pitt's take on Jesse James.
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