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  • noun Plural form of salter.

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Examples

  • Recent rain has raised brooks and small streams, good news for open-water anglers planning to fish for sea-run brook trout (also called "salters") for the next 10 days -- probably the only game in town until ice-out.

    Maine News Updates - Central Maine Newspapers, Kennebec Journal, Morning Sentinel

  • The Dems will be in office another 4 years. joe salters

    Iowa GOP to Palin: Come to Des Moines

  • Seeking to avoid the worst of the storm by postponing my commute until the wee hours, when rush hour would be over yeah, right and the plows and salters would be out, I stumbled onto an unexpected perk of a big snowstorm and its associated freakout.

    Thriving in Thundersnow

  • Finally, some common sense and sanity from a politician! joe salters

    Pelosi: House won't take up Michael Jackson resolution

  • More smoke and mirrors to take away from the fact that ObamaCare is STILL crashing and burning. joe salters

    Republican calls Holder decision 'bulls**t'

  • Plows and salters have been out all night but they cannot keep up with the snow that continues to fall, let alone the blowing and drifting.

    Blizzard!

  • They had the salters and sanders and the plows out.

    CNN Transcript Dec 17, 2008

  • The existence of this species of slavery being thought irreconcilable with the spirit of liberty, colliers and salters were declared free, and put upon the same footing with other servants, by the Act 15 Geo.

    Redgauntlet

  • Plows and salters have been out all night but they cannot keep up with the snow that continues to fall, let alone the blowing and drifting.

    Archive 2008-12-01

  • "We have 200 salters on standby right now," assured City of Toronto spokesperson Myles Currie.

    Huge Storm Hits GTA In A Hurry

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