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relating to or characteristic of the activity of fishing

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Galateia" and "Lilia" are piscatory eclogues (set by the sea; both lovers are fishermen), "Silvia" is a pastoral eclogue--Alcido is a shepherd; the riverside is a frequent setting in Bernardes and also provides another link between these three poems.
10) Kemal Karpat, "The hijra from Russia and the Caucasus" in Dale Eickelman and James Piscatory (eds.
foreclose all possibility of future piscatory eclogues.
29) The shore and tidal flats were marked as communally owned property held by the Crown on behalf of the citizenry to guarantee the free exercise of commerce, navigation, and piscatory.
She points out how during periods of salmon shortage these slaves labored in the harvests and how these unfortunates, after capture, were traded for salmon as well as being used to carry home these piscatory products taken as booty in raids.
Forrest, a chameleon of chameleons, plays the sniffy Chubby and the sweet, innocent Woody as well as Scar's haunted Vietnam-vet lover in The Road and a piscatory informant by the name of Deep Trout in Ah-Pah.
We are not, after all, the only country in the post-industrial sector confronting the "demographic imperative" and the need to develop consensus, humane public policy in the context of other public policy challenges we face as citizens, for example, caring for those with HIV-related diseases, maintaining an adequate defense, and preventing the destruction of research sites for those of us who share an interest in piscatory metaphysics.
Among his other works are Locustae (1627), an anti - Jesuit poem in Latin, its paraphrased English title being The Apollyonists; Britain 's Ida (1627), a mythological poem in the manner of Spenser and first published as the work of Spenser; and Piscatory Eclogues and Other Poetical Miscellanies (1633).
Fletcher (the cousin of the playwright John Fletcher), who is now best known for his allegorical poem The Purple Island, called Sir Henry 'Damon, friendly Damon' in one of his piscatory eclogues.
We are not, after all, the only country in the post industrial sector confronting the "demographic imperative" and the need to develop consensus, humane public policy in the context of other public policy challenges we face as citizens, for example, caring for those with HIV-related diseases, maintaining an adequate defense, and preventing the destruction of research sites for those of us who share an interest in piscatory metaphysics.