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But all that was play compared to my main job, which was pulling what is called the "cork line".
With the edge of his hand, Denny smears the cork lines to add shadow and depth.
What really happened was that in trying to pull in the cork line, I actually pulled in the boat.
The image on the left shows the leads being pulled in whilst the net and cork line is eased up the shelf.
Across the circle of cork line the dinghy was dragged over sharply, and it did not have the buoyancy to resist.
If only the net holds, Lothar grunted, for the two other trawlers had come up now and fastened onto the cork line.
We go up on the bow and make sure the lead line and the cork line don’t get tangled when we let them out.
Kildare the line splits from the Cork line.
The All-Ireland final saw Cork line out against Dublin. '
Good riddance, Lothar muttered, but the vast bulk of the shoal was still trapped and the cork line bobbed to the surface.
Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney's much-lauded script is still crammed with corking lines.
The grass reached to their armpits, and their heads and shoulders bobbed like the cork line of a fishnet in the pale sea of grass.
Inside, strong-smelling cork lines the walls and floors and 12 supporting columns marked with graphic designs make for a carved-out tribute to the past and current pavilions.
Relaying with 60 kg rail: All relaying on the Dublin/Cork line in the future will involve using the 60 kg rail.
However, everyone's having to work flat out to keep the momentum up: Pinero's corking lines alternate with dull patches and a tiresome Gilbert and Sullivan-esque chorus line.
Whenever I am confronted by a problem now-instead of worrying about it, I say to myself: "Ericksen, could this possibly be as bad as pulling the cork line?"
Straffan Station was located on the Great Southern & Western Railway's main Dublin to Cork line, and had opened two years after the line in August 1848.
Two of them lifted the main cork line off Da Silva s shoulders and made it fast, while another was helping Lothar lead the purse line to the main winch.
There are no direct passenger services between Waterford and Cork City since the Waterford to Mallow, County Cork line closed to passengers in 1967 .
The purse seine itself is usually black in color, with colorful "corks" (floats of some sort) strung along the cork line, and lead weights strung along the lead line.
The cork line was laid out in a neat circle on the gentle undulating swells of the cold green Benguela Current, with the bucky hooked onto the side farthest from the trawler.
The shoal was sounding, dragging one end of the cork line below the surface, and a small part of the shoal escaped over the top, spreading like dark green smoke across the bright waters.
In September 2011, Iarnród Éireann announced a €175 million major investment programme, designed to further accelerate upgrading works on Intercity Routes, In particular the Dublin - Cork line.
If any dolphins are caught in the tuna nets, up to half a dozen hardy fishermen with diving equipment jump into the nets to herd the dolphins to one end, where they jump to safety over the cork lines.
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