Waterhorse


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Wa´ter`horse`


n.1.A pile of salted fish heaped up to drain.
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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.
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Campbell's allusion to how there may be some occasions where the waterhorse is mentioned as an abductor of children nevertheless belies his efforts at clearly separating these two channels of tradition.
On Monday evening members and friends of the Methodist Church enjoyed watching the film The Waterhorse.
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.
The Waterhorse," set for a big Christmas release by Sony, was a more serendipitous experience.
And that's also the case for The Waterhorse, based on a book by Babe author Dick King, about two children who find the egg of the Loch Ness monster.
Most recently, Kong has been used for the Walden Media production "The Waterhorse," produced by Barrie Osborne.
The trials and tribulations of the team behind Scots kids' adventure The Waterhorse are first on to the screen.
He also can't talk about "The Waterhorse," a bigger-budget Miramax project based on Beaufoy's script about a magical beast that appears to some kids in Scotland.
Now Douglas has been given a whopping advance of Pounds 10 million by Harvey Goldstein of Miramax Films to repeat his big-screen success with The Waterhorse to be filmed at Loch Ness.