• The stoves used to melt marine mammal blubber, chiefly from whales, into oil.
  • trawl tub
    Tubs in which a trawl line would be coiled. A dory could carry from two to four each with about 2000 feet of line.
  • Fast swimming migratory ocean fish of tremendous commercial importance. Capture is now regulated by the National Marine Fisheries Service. There is a recreational tuna fishery in the Gulf of Maine in summer.
  • A hard, brittle, corrosion-resistant metal having the highest melting point and lowest vapor pressure of any metal. It is used in electrical elements, especially lamp filaments.
  • Someone who betrays a party or cause.