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Brewer's: Fish in Troubled Water

(To). In French, “Pêcher en eau troublé. ” To scramble for personal advantage in times of rebellion, revolution, or national calamity. Source: Dictionary of Phrase a…

Brewer's: Fish it Out

(To). This is the Latin expiscor. Fish out of Water Out of place; without one's usual occupation; restless from lack of employment. Source: Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, E. Cobham Brewe…

Brewer's: Fish and Flesh

You must not make fish of one and flesh of the other. You must treat both alike. Fish is an inferior sort of animal food to flesh. The alliteration has much to do with the phrase. Source:…

Brewer's: Kettle of Fish

A fête-champêtre in which salmon is the chief dish provided. In these pic-nics, a large caldron being provided, the party select a place near a salmon river. Having thickened some…

Fishing

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What is an “exotic” fish?

Source: National Marine Fisheries Services' Northeast Fisheries Science Center The most often quoted estimate is 20,000. There may be as many as 20,000 more.Which is the oldest type of fish? T…

The Song of Hiawatha: Hiawatha's Fishing

Hiawatha's Sailing Hiawatha and the Pearl-Feather Hiawatha's Fishing Forth upon the Gitche Gumee, On the shining Big-Sea-Water, With his fishing-line of cedar, Of the twisted bark o…

America's Troubled Waters

Source: U.S. PIRG, Troubled Waters: An Analysis of Clean Water Act Compliance, 2007. Since 1972, the Clean Water Act has made significant strides in …

Head Above Water

Director: Jim WilsonWriter: Theresa MarieDirector of Photography:Richard BowenEditor:Michael R. MillerMusic:Christopher YoungProduction Designer:Jeffrey BeecroftProducers:Jim Wilson and John M…

Anne Bradstreet: Water

WaterScarce Earth had done, but th' angry water moved. Sister (quoth she) it had full well behoved Among your boastings to have praised me Cause of your fruitfulness as you shall see: This you…