- n. Plural form of fisher.
“(Hold the hate mail, spin fishers, I love fishing with conventional gear as much as anyone ... but I do think this is witty.)”
“Let it be observed, moreover, that when the apostles in respect of their work are called fishers of men, not one feature in the process of fishing is specified in detail.”
“Now I have a mind to ask the hermits to call the fishers and let me cross and help, if so be there is fighting on hand.”
“I minded that Phelim had said that they would call the fishers from the mainland to come over for us when they might venture, and I supposed that this was their signal.”
“The fishers are the forlorn hope in the great Army of Labour; they risk life and limb every day -- every moment -- in our behoof; surely the luckier children of civilization may remember their hardly entreated brethren?”
“11.16 Role of Supply Chain Actor Although export promotion expenditure may be justified by trickle-down effects, the investment on downstream actors, namely the fishers, has to be increased.”
“Paradoxically, while "fishers" such as John Hagee decry overt acts of hatred and violence directed at Jews, they also promote various anti-Jewish myths, slurs, and conspiracy theories that foster anti-Semitism.”
“In short, this comes around to a concept widely promoted by Christian Zionists such as fishers and hunters ":”
“In biblical terms, Jesus told his disciples to be fishers of men, and this is a group where there are plenty of fish to be caught.”
“Our second annual spring trip to the Upper Catch and Release Area of the Miller's River, my father caught this nice brown trout, and caught flak from the elitists because he was using the fly rod with a spinning reel and rooster tail and catching fish, while the elitist fly fishers were getting skunked all morning.”
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