piscatorial


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piscatorial

, piscatory
1. of or relating to fish, fishing, or fishermen
2. devoted to fishing
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Nauman's piscatorial meditations here take on the exhilarative air that fountains have had for him as far back as his well-known Self-Portrait as a Fountain, 1966-67.
Unfortunately, the Morris had a short existence in piscatorial nomenclature--the solitary known specimen turned out to be the aborted young of a longer eel
I once knew a man who opened a piscatorial emporium.
There isn't a room in his cabin that does not have some form of piscatorial oratorio.
Fancy fish aficionados, take note: if your forays into piscatorial paradise are frequent, you could be ingesting dangerously high amounts of mercury.
However the California Fish and Game Department has spent the last 10 years and something in excess of $13 million trying to hook these piscatorial carnivores, and it didn't prove to be fun for anybody.
Sannazaro, for example, had turned almost exclusively to Latin verse after 1503, producing his Piscatorial Eclogues, his short epic on the birth of Jesus, De partu virginis, and various elegies, odes, and epigrams.
97 certainly did intend to have appropriations for piscatorial purposes without diversion.
Beating those pea-brained, cold-blooded, piscatorial combatants is the organizational context, i.
The Club started to educate local communities about the problems caused by these piscatorial pests by speaking at agricultural shows and angling events.
Last Saturday I perused through my Irish fishing atlas for a suitable haunt where I would expect to catch a load of piscatorial delights.
This piscatorial treasure draws fleets of foreign fishermen eager to steal as much of the bounty as they can.