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tellin

(ˈtɛlɪn)
n
(Animals) any of various slim marine bivalve molluscs of the genus Tellina (or Macoma) that live in intertidal sand, esp the smooth oval delicately tinted T. tenuis
[from New Latin tellina, from Greek tellinē a shellfish]
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About 40,000 servings of tea are produced every day at the bright, high-ceilinged space on the city's Eastside, the aim of which, head teamaker Tony Tellin explains, is "getting the public in direct contact with the maker".
However, very few studies have assessed the relationship between shell microgrowth lines and reproductive cycle in marine molluscs [but see studies on Tellin nitidotellina nitidula (Kawai et al.
ARLENE: That's Ruby I was tellin you about CARL: (Catches her arm again, very rough.
Tony Tellin, the company's master tea blender, will continue to oversee product development and quality.
The narrator's ironic remark scarab aus caput hominis, Jupiter's belief that the insect is literally made of gold ("Dey ain't no tin in him, Massa Will, I keep a tellin on you; de bug is a goole bug, solid, ebery bit of him, inside and all, sep him wing--neber feel half so hebby a bug in my life," Poe 1975: 43), the emblem of the pirate, "the remnants of the hull of what appeared to have been a ship's long boat" (Poe 1975: 59) lying on the beach at the spot where the scarabaus had been captured, "the stories .
BrenClarke1: "McIlroy has come a long way from @peterdurrad16 tellin him he was shite down in the Curragh.
no tellin what some a the others will do who don't know who he is, especially after last night.
Now you're inked tellin all the Yard with your skin that you're black, and Hispanic to boot.
and it sho must be a awful sight to have yo books burned--hit's a lot better never to learn how to read and write like us, we're tellin you.
small in - by tellin happy ans scheme of cr it's not like, my maid' "Sure you can get my reaction," he said.