fisherwoman


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fish·er·wom·an

 (fĭsh′ər-wo͝om′ən)
n.
A woman who fishes as an occupation or for sport.

fisherwoman

(ˈfɪʃəˌwʊmən)
n, pl -women
(Angling) a female fisherman
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In Venice I have seen a fisherwoman come in, barefoot, throw down her basket of fish by her side, fall on her knees, and pray to the Madonna; and that I felt was the real faith, and I prayed and believed with her.
The lone fisherwoman is 12-year-old Jean Maegusku of Tresillian Terrace, |Cardiff, with her are, William Boalch, Robert Craven and Richard Clifton, on September 1, 1960 Fishing in the Timber float was a pastime for young and old during the holiday months.
And later the boys pickle fish with a feisty fisherwoman.
Now in this final episode they arrive in Southern Sweden investigate the smorgasbord and pickle fish with a feisty fisherwoman.
She is originally from Bishop, California and has been licensed as a whitewater rafting guide, a Class III firefighter, and has won awards for her skills as a kayak fisherwoman and jam maker.
If Asami wasn't a pop star she would have either been an archaeologist or a fisherwoman on a crab boat, thehitsradio.
Of Henry Brown losing his own life through insisting that help should first be given to his brother John, of Mary Armstrong widowed with six children and simply carrying on with a hard fisherwoman life and the strength of the community all around.
From then on, I was on my way to becoming a better fisherwoman.
But top Deveron fisherwoman Jacky Player said: "Its nonsense.
Summary: Sabira Itani, the only fisherwoman in Beirut, sits calmly on the beach in Raouche smoking her cigarette.
Next he travels to Djibouti and goes fishing with a local fisherwoman at the point where the Red Sea narrows and where modern humans probably first left Africa about 60,000 years ago.
At the Doctors' Trial, Hans Wolfgang Romberg, a physician from the German Experimental Institute of Aviation, testified that at Dachau Himmler told Rascher "that a fisherwoman could well take her half-frozen husband into her bed and revive him in that manner.