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Many fishermen were relocated from their boats parked in the typhoon shelter to the Ching Tao House, a new residential block on land, of Chueng Ching Estate.
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Many people that ended up living in Northport came from New York or Canada where the crops & economics were going down the drain. The fishermen, farmers, and other community would gather on the bay and cut chunks of ice for fisheries, hotels, or even private homes.
Many fish can be caught in the River Fowey so many fishermen come to enjoy the excellent fishing conditions.
Many traditional fishermen have now trained as fly-fishing guides through the alternative livelihood projects offered by local conservation groups.
Many of Brixham's photogenic cottages above the harbour were originally inhabited by fishermen and their families.
Many rivers with special regulations mandate that fishermen use barbless hooks in an effort to conserve a healthy fish population.
Many proposed laws and additional regulation to increase safety have been defeated because fishermen oppose them.
Many are found as migrant fishermen in camps as far west as Sierra Leone and as far east as Gabon along the Western Africa coastline.
Many of his specimens he got from local fishermen, but he also built up an extended network of contacts who would send him specimens from various government outposts throughout the islands.
Many of the Norwegian immigrant fishermen who came to fish in the great Columbia River salmon fishery during the second half of the 19th century did so because they had experience in the gillnet fishery for cod in the waters surrounding the Lofoten Islands of northern Norway.
Many fishermen moved out of Thames fishing ports such as Barking, and went to the east coast, especially to Grimsby and Lowestoft.
Many fishermen still reside in this settlement but it is now known better for its leisure activities, which include fishing, horseriding, hiking, paintball, quadbiking and diving.
Many of the fishermen who ply their trade on Lake Volta are known for using child slaves trafficked from both within Ghana and surrounding countries.
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Many of its sojourners were devoted to seclusion and quiet, and lived there to the end of their days.
Many aspects of civilization were not yet sufficiently crystallized to find expression, nor could the simple economic and social foundations of this world support a lofty structure.
Many potters clung to the past the more determinedly as they were confronted with radically new ideas ; ;
Many patent contests were waged over automobile components and accessories, among them tires, detachable rims, ball bearings, license brackets, and electric horns.
Many of the latter were destroyed in their turn, during the burning of the vast Ch'in palace some ten years later ; ;
Many of the non-alphanumeric characters were positioned to correspond to their shifted position on typewriters.
Many of the settings for Agatha Christie ’ s books were directly inspired by the many archaeological field seasons spent in the Middle East on the sites managed by her second husband Max Mallowan.
Many peasant parties were also nationalist parties, because peasants often worked their land for the benefit of landlords of different ethnicity.
Many remarkable insects and spiders were recently discovered in the amber of Jordan including the oldest zorapterans, clerid beetles, umenocoleid roaches, and achiliid planthoppers.
Many students left and were enrolled in the local common school or a recently re-opened private school for boys.
Many of the Ainu dialects, even from one end of Hokkaido to the other, were not mutually intelligible ; however, the classic Ainu language of the Yukar, or Ainu epic stories, was understood by all.
Many fragments were supplied in quotes by Athenaeus, principally on the subject of wine-drinking, but fr. 333, " wine, window into a man ", was quoted much later by the Byzantine grammarian, John Tzetzes.
Many officials, including those from Maryland, Virginia and Louisiana, as well as Chief Justice Chase personally, underscored for the President that the Southern states were economically in a state of chaos and governmental disorganization, and most anxious to reach agreements that would restore them to the Union.
Many of the men involved with Johnson's acquittal committee were friends of Secretary William Seward, Johnson's strongest ally on his Presidential Cabinet.
Many critics considered Johnson's actions were passive and delayed, and thought his defense of the Monroe Doctrine in this instance was weak.
Many of the burhs were twin towns that straddled a river and connected by a fortified bridge, like those built by Charles the Bald a generation before.
Many Athenians prominent earlier in the century would have lost citizenship, had this law applied to them: Cleisthenes, the founder of democracy, had a non-Athenian mother, and the mothers of Cimon and Themistocles were not Greek at all, but Thracian.
Many of these were part of the corruption indulged in by Scott and the Pennsylvania's president, J. Edgar Thomson, which consisted of inside trading in companies that the railroad did business with, or payoffs made by contracting parties " as part of a quid pro quo ", as biographer David Nasaw writes.