fishmonger


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fishmonger

Chiefly Brit a retailer of fish
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That leads us to Dave, the fishmonger who claims to be able to "name that fish" simply by being whacked across the face.
COVENTRY Market fishmonger Clive Hemmings has seen his trade boosted by a stream of new customers since the Fish Fight programmes and is now starting to see customers being more adventurous with their selections.
Young's Fishmonger's Choice range is expected to overhaul existing perceptions of frozen fish as well as present strong competition for chilled equivalents already available on the market.
It wasn't quite as embarrassing as the time I asked for a polystyrene tub of cockles from a fishmonger's stall in the city.
One rainy summer night she hits and kills a fishmonger on his way home from work.
The shrimp were real, but the auction was virtual May 1, as 12,000 pounds of black tigers from Thailand were picked up by a major US East Coast supermarket chain in the first on-line auction run by Fishmonger.com, Bellevue, Washington, USA.
He presented himself for membership in the Royal Academy of Painting with the livid representation of an upended ray from a fishmonger's stall, the visceral gaudiness of which stands out from his more typical arrangements of dead hares, stoneware pots, unglossy fruit, plainly worked silver, and worn knives set on plain stone shelves against indeterminate, duncolored backgrounds.
The fishmonger and Atkinson have vanished; but the character of Bond Street shopping has changed less than might have been supposed over the intervening 70 odd years.
Nonsmokers who suffer f rom occasional bouts of bronchitis need not rush to the fishmonger because of this study Shahar says.
Healthworkers had not established where the fishmonger spent nights, how she travelled or who transported her merchandise, or who cleaned up her vomit.
Another fishmonger, Zipporah Chelimo, said she used to sell one tilapia fish at Sh50 when the supply was still high.