- Traver on Fishing (Book Review). Grossman, Jeff // Library Journal;10/15/2001, Vol. 126 Issue 17, p84
Reviews the book 'Traver on Fishing,' by Robert Traver.
- ANATOMY OF A MURDER. // New Yorker;1/18/1958, Vol. 33 Issue 48, p100
The article reviews the book "Anatomy of a Murder," by Robert Traver.
- HORNSTEIN'S BOY. // New Yorker;4/28/1962, Vol. 38 Issue 10, p173
The article reviews the book "Hornstein's Boy," by Robert Traver.
- The Intruder. // Saturday Evening Post;8/20/1960, Vol. 233 Issue 8, p22
Presents the short story "The Intruder," by Robert Traver.
- Ghosts in Your Process? Who Ya Gonna Call? Duncan, John // Quality Progress;May2005, Vol. 38 Issue 5, p52
In this article, the author uncovers hard-to-find root causes of manufacturing problems using the nine-step process proposed by writer Robert Traver in his book "Manufacturing Solutions for Consistent Quality and Reliability." It discusses how engineers uncovered very hard-to-find x's without...
- BIG FISH small pond. Peabody, Gordon // Provincetown Arts;1991, Vol. 7, p136
Presents a personal essay on a tuna fishing experience. Techniques in fishing.
- Terms for fish in the dialects of Scotland's east coast fishing communities: evidence for lexical attrition. MILLAR, ROBERT McCOLL; BARRAS, WILLIAM; BONNICI, LISA // Scottish Language;2011, Issue 30, p29
An essay on a framework of linguistic attrition which examines the loss and use of lexical material on terms used by fishing communities in the east coast of Scotland for different species of fish at different stages of their maturity cycle is presented. It gives an overview of the fishing...
- Integrating Western Saharan Coastal Fisheries into the International Economy, 1885-1975. Milán, Jesús M. Martínez // International Journal of Maritime History;Jun2008, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p281
An essay on the implication of the Western Saharan Coastal Fisheries in the International economy worldwide during 1885 to 1975. It suggests that the integration of the Canary Island-Saharan fisheries into the international economy was a protracted process that presented many challenges. The...
- Dame Juliana at 500. // Fly Fisherman;Sep96, Vol. 27 Issue 6, p31
Cites the essay `Treatise on Fishing With an Angle,' by Dame Juliana Berners which is regarded as the sole progenitor of the literature of fishing.