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  • n. Plural form of oysterbed.


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  • In the Chesapeake Bay, he notes how overfishing and environmental damage have destroyed oysterbeds.

    See the tuna fleets clearing the sea

  • The site probably dates back to the late eighteen century when the oysterbeds were leased in the upper bay.

    Narragansett Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve, Rhode Island

  • The small building was the home of a watchman for the oysterbeds located just off Patience Island.

    Narragansett Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve, Rhode Island

  • They, the aristocracy, would there command his services in what legislation touching game, and oysterbeds, and the foreclosure of mortgages they required, and that was all their need.

    The President A novel

  • The supple Patrick Henry Hanway thanked the aristocracy for the honor, took the place, and carried out their wishes for patrolling oysterbeds, protecting canvasbacks, and preventing foreclosures.

    The President A novel

  • I tasted them again that night at Coffin Bay's finest restaurant, Oysterbeds, courtesy of talented chef Marion Trethewey, this time served with wasabi and sake followed by her splendid chorizo baked local kingfish | Top Stories

  • From Ceduna around the coast to Whyalla, this scenic road trail passes through delightful little fishing villages with names like Denial Bay, Streaky Bay and Coffin Bay, linking fishing grounds with aquaculture farms, oysterbeds and great restaurants. | Top Stories

  • Down at Coffin Bay I joined Darian (call me Dazza) Gale at the town's boat ramp for his Coffin Bay Explorer boat tour (coffinbay around the beautiful bays, inlets, secluded little sandy beaches and the oysterbeds that have made Coffin Bay famous. | Top Stories

  • In it he discusses the work of two investigative journalists working for the New Orleans Times-Picayne daily newspaper who exposed political corruption over oysterbeds.



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