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  • n. Plural form of filleter.


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  • The Edgartown parking lot at the foot of Main was thick with fishermen and onlookers, and on the float behind the weigh station the filleters were busy with their knives, filleting fish for elderly and other people who could no longer go out and catch their own.

    Death on a Vineyard Beach

  • Fish filleters in Gloucester, frozen turkey purveyors in Pennsylvania, even bakers selling custard pies in July, react the same way — with stunned disbelief, with horror at what they have unknowingly done, and with touching gratitude to the Public Health for bringing them to their senses.

    Murder to Go

  • A GRIMSBY fishing chief has warned against a mood of despondency after news that a key processor in the port is laying off a number of filleters and fish vehicle drivers.

  • Additional job shortages in Scotland mean that migrants offering to fill a number of additional occupations will be allowed to enter the UK, including frozen fish filleters, nurses in elderly units and speech and language therapists.

    Immigration Watch International

  • The reports said we need a vast array of different occupations, ranging from ballet dancers and frozen fish filleters to maths teachers and civil engineers. News Feed

  • Three extra categories were added to cope with Scotland's specific needs - manual filleters for frozen fish plants, elderly care nurses and speech therapists.


  • Manual frozen fish filleters are listed as a skilled shortage occupation in a list for Scotland.

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