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Definition of Piscatory

Piscatory
Piscatorial Pis`ca*to"ri*al, Piscatory Pis"ca*to*ry, a. [L. piscatorius, fr. piscator a fisherman, fr. piscari to fish, fr. piscis a fish. See Fish the animal.] Of or pertaining to fishes or fishing. --Addison.

Meaning of Piscatory from wikipedia

- (Latin: Anulus piscatoris; Italian: Anello Piscatorio), also known as the Piscatory Ring, is an official part of the regalia worn by the Pope, who is head...
- Théobald Émile Arcambal-Piscatory (6 April 1800, Paris – 18 November 1870, Paris) was a French statesman and diplomat. The son of François Hyacinthe Arcambal...
- lover at the Congress of Vienna; the two others, Julie Zulmé and Antonine Piscatory, were born in 1826 and 1827). She became duchess of Talleyrand on 28 April...
- Also on the property are the contributing two horse stables, a concrete piscatory, an old stone spring, a brick basin, a dam, and granite gate posts. It...
- were personified in their three legates in Athens: the French Theobald Piscatory, the Russian Gabriel Catacazy, and the English Edmund Lyons. They informed...
- enterprise. The company's name under Yugoslavia was "Ribnjak", meaning "piscatory" or "fishery" in Serbian. It was later privatized as Motel "Trofta", meaning...
- statue"". Radio Prague. Retrieved 16 November 2014. ****mins, George M. The Piscatory Notebook. "Editor's Note". Brecht Collected Plays 7. p. 290. Koestler...
- Way of Life (Delhi: Markazi Maktaba Islami, 1967), p. 40 Esposito and Piscatory, "Democratization and Islam," pp. 436–7, 440. Esposito, The Islamic Threat...
- Cult of Competency" and "Industrial Management in a Republic". (1771). Piscatory Eclogues, with other Poetical Miscellanies of Phinehas Fletcher. (1778)...
- contributors to Sorrow's Joy (1603). His pastoral drama, Sicelides, or Piscatory was written (1614) for performance before James I, but only produced after...
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