One more word about the mineral water industry in marlin, Texas, and I was about to scream.
The dedication of State Department diplomats such as marlin Hardinger—on his fourth year in Lashkar Gah—is breathtaking.
This range of sea-cliff extends with little variation all the way to marlin, though at nothing like the same altitude.
All of which accounts for his quick conquering of a marlin swordfish.
Say, Jack, you expect to use that same little marlin, I hope; for whats the good of a gun when you wont make it squeal?
marlin are not food fish, and they are thrown to the sharks.
But his belief was, as Mr. marlin wished it to be, that the forester had taken him only as a last resort.
A number of well-known sportsmen watched him take this marlin.
Early next morning he was at headquarters, where Mr. marlin introduced him to the half dozen men who were to serve under him.
You've got a rifle like mine, Jim; the marlin you don't use.
large marine game-fish, 1917, shortening of marlinspike fish (1907), from marlinspike, name of a pointed iron tool used by sailors (see marlinspike). The fish was so called from the shape of its elongated upper jaw.