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  • noun Plural form of marlin.

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Examples

  • Good news for everyone who thinks our striped marlins aren't properly lubricated: Chevron announced yesterday that it plans to develop two Gulf of Mexico oil fields in waters that are significantly deeper than those surrounding the Deepwater Horizon oil rig, which exploded in April, dumping 4.9 million barrels of oil into the ocean over several months.

    HUFFPOST HILL - OCTOBER 22ND, 2010

  • I got to go "marlin" fishing once in Cabo San Lucas Mexico, but NO marlins.

    What is your dream fish?

  • Also I hate and gripe about the crossbolt safety on the newer marlins much like DP "snorts and farts" over detachable magazines.

    Rifles of Interest, Vol. 2

  • Good news for everyone who thinks our striped marlins aren't properly lubricated: Chevron announced yesterday that it plans to develop two Gulf of Mexico oil fields in waters that are significantly deeper than those surrounding the Deepwater Horizon oil rig, which exploded in April, dumping 4.9 million barrels of oil into the ocean over several months.

    HUFFPOST HILL - OCTOBER 22ND, 2010

  • Peru faced a similar threat and recently issued a presidential order that decommercializes the harvest and sale of marlins and sailfish.

    Overfishing in the Sea of Cortez: Are sustainable fish farms the solution?

  • Also I hate and gripe about the crossbolt safety on the newer marlins much like DP "snorts and farts" over detachable magazines.

    Rifles of Interest, Vol. 2

  • I will stick with my 30-30 caliber when it comes to lever action marlins.

    Rifle Review: Petzal Tests the Marlin .338 MXLR

  • Tommy Bahama, an 89-store retail chain that sells $98 sweatshirts alongside $38 bottle openers shaped like marlins, is coming to New York City.

    Tropics Heat Up on Fifth

  • I will stick with my 30-30 caliber when it comes to lever action marlins.

    Rifle Review: Petzal Tests the Marlin .338 MXLR

  • Most of the decorating theft will come from Mr. Gili's own country house and studio in Piedmont: threadbare American flags as makeshift slipcovers, wall-mounted marlins next to Italian candelabras, starfish glued to marble mantels, grass-green window frames against blue walls, pillows tied with silk scarves.

    Looking at Rooms as Love Affairs

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