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Fowling is the general term under which the hunting of all birds is included.
We'll get something that suits you, and I'll point you in a good direction for some fowling."
Water fowling is a waiting game.
A stray football accidentally struck the pins, knocking them down and the sport of fowling was born at that very instant.
Fowling is either played one-on-one, teams of two, or doubles play where teams stand on opposite ends called lanes.
Fowling is a term which is perhaps better known in the Fens of eastern England than elsewhere.
The fowling was splendid.
Of Fowling Pieces, those are reputed the best, which have the longest Barrel, vis.
Its original name was Fowling Creek named after a stream nearby that is a tributary of the Choptank River.
The American Fowling Association (AFA) has established a set of guidelines in order to govern sanctioned tournament play.
Fowling is a hybrid game that combines the equipment of American Football and Bowling into one sport with a similar layout as Horseshoes and Cornhole.
Even early treaties between European settlers and Native Americans included provisions for the rights of "Hunting, Crabbing, Fowling, and Fishing."
The state highway crosses Fowling Creek and Robins Creek and passes through the hamlet of Two Johns, which is also known as Bureau.
Depending on the season, they would either remain near their villages to fish, gather plants, engage in sugaring, and trade or fight with their neighbors, or head to nearby fowling and hunting grounds.
Not one of the short fowling bows that many of the marshmen possessed, but a stag killer, as tall as a man, and capable of shooting an arrow clean through a mail coat.
Prior to the extensive and largely successful drainage of the fens during the seventeenth century, Ely was a trade centre for goods made out of willow, reeds and rushes and wild fowling was a major local activity.
The business with the wood was concluded, the money was in his pocket, the fowling had been splendid, and Stepan Arkadyich was in the merriest spirits, and therefore he especially wanted to dispel the bad mood that had come over Levin.
It was difficult to believe that these birds had been harvested for food on Mykines for generations, or to argue against the Faroese claim that the strict regulations which apply to the fowling are designed to ensure that the population numbers are not adversely affected.
They left London on May 1, but were captured by a Dunkirk ship on the 23rd, which, "tooke from us two Hogsheads of strong Beere, our Muskets, a Fowling Peece of Master Weldens, which cost three pounds sterling."
And they used another light and swift net in a style between the fowling and hunting net that could take a bemused doe-deer where it stood with raised head, and extinguish its breath with its strangling, running draw-loop before the ritual trident was even brought into play.
The economy of the region is mainly agricultural though before the fens were drained, the harvesting of osier (willow) and sedge (rush) and the extraction of peat were important activities, as were eel fishing-from which the settlement's name may have been derived-and wild fowling.
On his final start before the Derby, Ard Patrick finished first in the Newmarket Stakes on 14 May, beating Fowling Piece by a head, but was disqualified for "bumping and boring" and relegated to third place behind Fowling Piece and Royal Lancer.