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- n. A fisherman on a trawler
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A fisherman who used unlawful arts and engines to catch fish.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who takes fish with a trawl; a trawler.
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Bernie Ecclestone, 81, born in Suffolk, the son of a trawlerman, has been a powerful voice and an extremely hands-on supremo in Formula 1 for four decades.
Of course, this is palpably untrue since, with the exception of Miranda, they don't wear those trawlerman beards that all gay men do these days.
What Triesman suffered was a fishing expedition, in which Jacobs was the trawlerman, the ubiquitous Max Clifford the dockside salesman and the Mail on Sunday the wholesaler.
A Pentrevah girl got herself in trouble with a young trawlerman and they eloped to the States.
The body of trawlerman Neil Murray, 57, was found onboard his boat off the Cornish coast when he failed to return to Looe Harbour after a day out alone at sea on Thursday.
For a start, Bernie Ecclestone, the tiddler-sized son of a Lowestoft trawlerman, isn't of the type to spoil anybody.
Conservative MP for South East Cornwall Sheryll Murray, whose trawlerman husband died at sea, wanted reassurances that no coastguard co-ordination centres would close before the new system works.
If you were lucky enough to be standing on the dock in 1988 or whenever you were gifted the right to plunder the ocean - then when it got too competitive for you, you sell it to the lowest paid crew, and walk away with a bundle fo cash, etc., Now some Spanish trawlerman on subsistence wages, who owns nothing, is gauging every last fish out of the sea - for corporate paymasters.
According to the BBC, trawlerman Benito Estevez fished the camera out with five holiday pictures intact on its SD card, off the west coast of Europe.
Mrs Murray, 54, who is married to a Cornish trawlerman and, like Mr Reckless, entered the