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the longshoremen moved all of the fish into cold storage for shipment to the market
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Arthur Miller's 1955 play is about a Brooklyn longshoreman named Eddie whose smothering, inappropriate affection for his orphaned niece leads him into confrontation with a pair of undocumented immigrants sheltering under his roof.
Others were guided by leftist theater troupes and union longshoremen from the Port of Barcelona.
In 1970, the first gay Eagle bar was started after an old longshoreman’s pub in New York City, Eagle Open Kitchen, closed down.
The son of Sidney Samuel Shows, a longshoreman, and Bernardine Jean Louise Cyrus, a homemaker, Andrew Peter Shows was born in New Orleans, one of 13 children.
Gaby Baez, a longshoreman from Torrance, stood with her 26-year-old son, Edward LaFouge, and her 12-year-old nephew, Ricky Martinez.
His longshoreman father, John Collins, was unable to care for his three children and sent them to live in orphanages.
The journeyman heavyweight James J. Braddock took time off from working as a longshoreman to beat Max Baer in 1935 for the heavyweight title in one of the most unexpected upsets in boxing history.
At the end of the day, there is this guy named Jimmy Iovine from Red Hook, Brooklyn, son of a longshoreman.
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First Known Use: 1792See Words from the same year
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