fishing ground love


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  • n. An area of water used for fishing (usually a sea area).


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  • The Dogger Bank, with its shallow bottom, was a rich fishing ground and thus a natural concourse for commercial trawlers, British and Dutch; it also lay on the shortest route between Heligoland and the coast of England.

    Castles of Steel


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