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Synonyms for trawler

a fisherman who use a trawl net

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a fishing boat that uses a trawl net or dragnet to catch fish

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At 4:30 am on Thursday, approximately 17 nautical miles west of Goan coast, a fishing trawler was suddenly hit by a 'huge ship'.
THE husband of a woman whose skull was found in a fishing trawler net has thanked gardai for identifying her remains.
Porbander, Aug 22 (ANI): MV Kuber, the fishing trawler that the Indian overnment says militants of the Mumbai attacks used to reach the metropolis, has been repaired and is all set to sail back to Porbander in Gujarat.
The fishing trawler was towed back to Burtonport with the crew still aboard and arrived at 7.
The reptiles are mangled by fishing trawler propellers, or suffocated in fishermen's gill nets.
A CAPTAIN has lost his job and been fined pounds 1,000 after running his fishing trawler aground when he was more than twice the drink limit.
Mumbai, Feb 17 (ANI): MV Kuber, the fishing trawler that the Indian Government says militants of the Mumbai terror attacks used to reach the metropolis, has been returned to its owner amidst speculations that the boat might sail back to Gujarat.
George Wood, 52, was more than twice the legal alcohol limit when his fishing trawler ended up on a beach.
The fishing trawler in which terrorists came to Mumbai was intercepted by the Coast Guard, but was let off by them as all papers were in place, Admiral Mehta told reporters at his annual press conference ahead of Navy Day.
The militants appeared to have dodged the coast guard by hijacking an Indian fishing trawler to sneak into Indian coastal waters, officials said.
Just before Christmas in 1968, five local men headed home out of the tiny harbour of Kilmakilloge in their fishing trawler The Seaflower.
A GROUP of fans who hired a fishing trawler to get to Manchester City's Uefa Cup tie in the Faroe Islands had their trip cancelled because of stormy weather.
Leighton Gobbett and his mates hired the fishing trawler The Three Sisters because they could not afford to fly to the Faroes.
The vessel - a 10-metre fishing trawler owned by David's dad Dick - was taken overnight but ran aground at 5am on rocks off Woodstown, Co Waterford, yesterday.
A Government survey ship is to carry out the first exploration of a Hull fishing trawler which sunk off Norway nearly 25 years ago, sparking rumours it was spying on Russians.