from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Oyster-culture.
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Earlier this summer, Linda McMahon laced up a pair of white sneakers and boarded an oyster-farming boat to learn about the shellfish business.
Over the next five years he was involved in 18 openings around the country, throwing a lot of business toward his oyster-farming friends along the way.
What makes the trend particularly unpleasant for the farmers in the Bay of Arcachon, France's leading oyster-farming area on the southwestern Atlantic coast, is that they do not believe that outsiders are responsible for the rustling.
"Maybe we don't need to do this, but we want to," explained her father, Kenyu Minato, 46, whose oyster-farming business was wiped out March 11 by the earthquake-triggered waves."