from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A pearl diver.
- n. A boat engaged in seeking or trading pearls.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A pearl diver.
- n. A boat used in pearl fishing.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A diver who searches for molluscs containing pearls; a pearl diver.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A pearl-diver; one who is engaged in pearl-fishing.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a diver who searches for molluscs containing pearls
What a 'pearler', Good one Ben, I hope Gnoos will have a unique Aussie search for entries of this nature.
Rubén Rochina, Stoke City v Blackburn RoversSure, Blackburn were a defensive rabble as they lost at Stoke, a defeat which put them bottom, but at least they scored a pearler when the Spaniard found the top corner from 25 yards.
A rotten hole now, though it was all right when the Flirt drove in the spikes and the Chink pearler traded for them.
I ran a kids riding camp this summer and they kids were IN LOVE with pearler beads – who knows why, but they are cheap and one of the parents can iron them while you enjoy a cocktail.
Just over 60 seconds later, St Mirren regained the lead thanks to Carey's pearler, but the visitors hit back, however, Stuart Armstrong heading home from close range to equalise for a second time.
Miccoli was indeed distraught after equalising for Palermo with a pearler just before half-time, and could be seen trudging back to the centre-circle, a look of abject misery on his face.
I've posted from this source before Insect-Musicians and this tome is an absolute pearler - 'Being An Exhaustive Study of the Nightless City' or the "History of the Yosiwara Yukwaku" by Joseph De Becker.
Gunrunner, blackbirder, smuggler, pirate, pearler, or what have you, but always a scrapper from the word go, with a constant hankering to bounce his enormous fists offa somebody's conk.
The Darker Side Of Bridget Jones blog gets in the basis of her quality blogroll and comes up with the occasional pearler of a post.
I was enjoying the article tremendously even as he got into the dark side of Really Simply Stealing and the issues that Marc Cuban calls 'Splogs' that f***dgoogle. com also commonly refer to as 20%+ of all Google's clicks are fraudulent ... not to mention dropping this pearler on Yahoo vs Technorati FTE: "Earlier a Yahoo employee told me Yahoo has more people working on blog spam than Technorati has people."
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