oyster-farming love


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.

    This Time, a Softer Approach

  • 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.

    Chicago Reader

  • 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.

    Taipei Times

  • "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."

    Japanese town finds comfort in routine


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