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“Then he saw everything at once -- first, a glimpse at the sea, where the Martha floated huge alongside the cutter and the ketch which had rescued her; and, next, the ground in front of the veranda steps, where a great crowd of fresh-caught cannibals stood at attention.”
“Then he came in like a fresh-caught fish on a line, clearing the rail generously and striking the deck in a heap, on hands and knees, and rolling over.”
“She learned to knock the small oysters from the rocks, and once she found a string of fresh-caught fish some small boy had forgotten to take home with him.”
“They were trim creatures, good to the eye, and I kind of thought of casting that way; but they were fresh as fresh-caught cod.”
“Another day a full-grown wolf, fresh-caught from the Wild, was shoved in through the door of the pen.”
“Our eyes followed the direction indicated by Neil's finger, and we saw the open amidships of the junk, half filled, as we found on closer examination, with fresh-caught shrimps.”
“The family cabin, the yearly treks, the dinners of fresh-caught trout under the moose head in the dining room.”
“Good ol 'fresh-caught Florida Bay snook, filleted and sauteed on a Hibachi at the end of the pier at sunset and served with a cold bottle of brew.”
“And last year, Target stopped selling farmed salmon in favor of fresh-caught salmon.”
“One family, she says, paid him in fresh-caught shrimp.”
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