norsel

norsel

(ˈnɔːsəl) fishing
n
(Fishing) a band or cord, esp one used to attach rope alongside the edge of a fishing-net
vb (tr)
(Fishing) archaic to attach norsels to (a fishing net)
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Hunziker, Staubli, Norsel, Retech, Heberlein, SSM, Luwa, Steiger Participations, Saurer, and Drop Chemicals.
Shyla Samson, Jim Sarthou, Ariel Dim Borlongan,Tom Canchela, Joselito Testa, Norsel del Rosario, Graham Rae Buenaseda, MB's Ramir Medino and Robert de Luna and Tanya Scaife of Star Magic.
On another day I hike with Fraser past dozens of burbling elephant seals and climb hundreds of feet up the granite and basalt boulders of Norsel Point, where we're dive-bombed by gull-like Skuas.
Applied linguists such as Bull (1965) and Bergen (1978) have suggested the acronyms NORSEL or LONERS as a mnemonic device for those endings which consistently take masculine gender.
Remember, too, that the generalizations based on the TPs /-n/ and /-s/ also incorporate morphological caveats: NORSEL excludes the derivational suffixes -cion and -sis/-tis, which correlate with the feminine (A-D-ION-IS).
As expected, nearly all the remaining forms ending in NORSEL are assigned to the masculine.
All the three textile units are being set up by Norsel International Insaat Dis Ticaret Sanayi Limited.
SAW X80 Izmir NORSEL CELICK BORU SAW API 5L X70 SANAYI A.