Recent Examples of whaler from the Web
Thom Browne’s models have been football players and figure skaters, sailors and whalers.
Whalers from around the world flocked to this island as a place to berth their vessels between hunts in the southern seas.
Whalers Alumni Weekend At Dunkin' Donuts Park Tickets are on sale for the Hartford Whalers Alumni luncheon on July 15 from noon-2 p.m. at the YG Club at Dunkin' Donuts Park.
With a growing body of knowledge from whalers and walrus hunters sailing the Arctic, depictions of the more northerly latitudes and their inhabitants became increasingly accurate.
Weeden physically transforms to capture the essence of Squanto, Metacom, and Wampanoag whalers, before transitioning to modern times.
But now, following a forty-year initiative to protect them from whalers, their population is finally on the rebound.
As coastal whale populations crashed, Long Island whalers ventured farther afield — into the Arctic and to Hawaii — until ultimately the industry moved in the late 19th century to San Francisco.
For whalers and pirates, the slow-moving animals were like walking grocery stores.
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First Known Use of whaler
WHALER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of whaler for English Language Learners
: a person who hunts for whales
: a ship that is used for hunting whales
WHALER Defined for Kids
Definition of whaler for Students
: a person or ship that hunts whales
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