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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.

    Chapter 18

  • 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.

    Chapter 21

  • 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.

    CHAPTER XV

  • 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.

    SIWASH

  • Another day a full-grown wolf, fresh-caught from the Wild, was shoved in through the door of the pen.

    Reign of Hate

  • 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.

    YELLOW HANDKERCHIEF

  • The family cabin, the yearly treks, the dinners of fresh-caught trout under the moose head in the dining room.

    The Bird House

  • 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.

    The Fried Fish Debate

  • And last year, Target stopped selling farmed salmon in favor of fresh-caught salmon.

    Costco switching to sustainable seafood

  • One family, she says, paid him in fresh-caught shrimp.

    Ron Paul Proposes Interesting Salary For Himself As President

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