Conder Cond"er, n. [From {Cond}.] One who watches shoals of fish; a balker. See {Balker}. [1913 Webster]

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  • Conder — A Conder, in fishing, was someone who stood on the shore – usually on high ground – and signalled fishing boats as to the direction and location of shoals of fish, such as herrings, mackerel and pilchards. People Charles Conder, Australian artist …   Wikipedia

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  • conder — huer (formerly a sentry on a high cliff, pointing out pilchard schools (reputedly by waving a small bush) in Cornwall to seine netters. Also called balker, herring caller) …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • conder — conˈder or conner /kunˈər or konˈər/ noun 1. A person who directs steering 2. A lookout on land, who signals the movements of fish to fishermen • • • Main Entry: ↑con …   Useful english dictionary

  • Conder, Australian Capital Territory — Conder Canberra, Australian Capital Territory Population: 5,051 (2006 cen …   Wikipedia

  • CONDER, CLAUDE REGNIER° — (1848–1910), British army officer in charge of the Survey of Western Palestine on behalf of the Palestine Exploration Fund. He worked first with C.F. Tyrwhitt Drake from 1872–78. During this first survey Conder was attacked and seriously wounded… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • CONDER, Charles (1868-1909) — artist was the third son of James Conder, an engineer, and his first wife, formerly Anne Ayres. His ancestors appear to have been ordinary middle class folk without any suggestion of artistic talent. Conder s latest biographer, John Rothenstein,… …   Dictionary of Australian Biography

  • Conder Tokens — Example of Conder Token depicting Isaac Newton Conder Tokens, also known as 18th Century Provincial Tokens, were first minted In 1787 by the Parys Mining Company that mined copper ore. They had plenty of copper, access to mints, and there was… …   Wikipedia

  • Conder (fishing) — In English fishing customs, a conder, also called a huer or bulker, was a person who stood on high places near the sea coast, in times of herring fishing, to signal to the fishers which way the shoal of herrings or pilchards passed their course… …   Wikipedia

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