fisherman


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angler

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someone whose occupation is catching fish

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Then a voice came from the vase which said to the fisherman, "Well, unbelieving fisherman, here I am in the vase; do you believe me now?
The fisherman instead of answering took the lid of lead and shut it down quickly on the vase.
No," answered the fisherman, "if I trust myself to you I am afraid you will treat me as a certain Greek king treated the physician Douban.
Wife,' said the fisherman, 'I don't like to go to him again, for perhaps he will be angry; we ought to be easy with this pretty cottage to live in.
The fisherman went, but his heart was very heavy: and when he came to the sea, it looked blue and gloomy, though it was very calm; and he went close to the edge of the waves, and said:
Well, I am from the south; but does that prevent me from being a good fisherman, my lord?
As I was not armed for fighting," added the fisherman, smiling, "I was forced to submit.
Now, let's see what kind of fish we have caught today," said the Green Fisherman.
As soon as the Fisherman pulled him out, his green eyes opened wide with surprise, and he cried out in fear:
When he had brought the precious robes, the Crab put on the golden garment and then crept upon the golden cushion, and in this way the fisherman carried him to the castle, where the Crab presented the other garment to his bride.
And after the red-haired fisherman and his sister and the little boy had thanked the Doctor and his dog over and over and over again, the great, swift ship with the red sails was turned once more towards Puddleby and they sailed out to sea, while the village- band played music on the shore.
Nevertheless, we were five hundred yards away when the big fisherman hailed us.
The fisherman was studying us sharply, while we were gliding up on him every second.
And here," he went on, looking at the fisherman, "is the evidence that she can't have got away by sea.
As the tide makes to-day," said the fisherman, "there wouldn't have been water enough to drown a kitten on that side of the Spit, an hour since.
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