Sea clam

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Sea´ clam`

1.(Zool.) Any one of the large bivalve mollusks found on the open seacoast, especially those of the family Mactridæ, as the common American species. (Mactra solidissima or Spisula solidissima); - called also beach clam, and surf clam.
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The barge will supplement or replace an existing barge used by the Town~s Shellflish Department to distribute oyster, sea clam and other types of shell over specific areas of Harbor.
The scoters also love small sea clams and Crane's Beach is Sea Clam City making it the hot spot for scoter shooting.
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Clearwater Fine Foods of Newfoundland, Canada, has acquired the 45% it didn't already own in one of its subsidiaries, Deep Sea Clam Co.
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