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fishmonger

Chiefly Brit a retailer of fish
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Healthworkers had not established where the fishmonger spent nights, how she travelled or who transported her merchandise, or who cleaned up her vomit.
Fishmongers in Lake Turkana are counting losses following the pullout of some buyers from the DRC.
When two-starred Michelin chef Lionel Beccat reminisces about Tsukiji, the world's biggest fish market in Tokyo, it is not the ocean's bounty that stirs memories but the fishmongers themselves.
Clive is now one of only ten master fishmongers in the UK following his accreditation by HRH thePrincess Royal.
It featured fishmongers and chefs from Tsukiji Fish Market, the world's largest fish market.
Kevin Todd, of E Ashton Fishmongers in Cardiff Market, walked away with the title after beating 60 other competitors from across the UK at the annual British Fish Craft Championships in London.
Kevin Todd, of E Ashton Fishmongers in Cardiff Market, walked away with the title after beating 60 competitors from across the UK at the annual British Fish Craft Championships in London.
(8) This paper complicates the unity aesthetic by analyzing representations of English fishing in pageants commissioned by the Fishmongers' Company.
IN last Saturday's Daily Post weekend entertainment page 4, Tudor Owen's S4C TV programme remarks that there should be more fishmongers available in Anglesey and throughout Wales.
He has teamed up with Garry Welch from Welch Fishmongers, also based in the Capital, to create a hearty dish of Roasted Cod with Red Sweet Pepper Coulis and New Potatoes.