my lads, do spring --slap-jacks and quohogs for supper, you know, my lads --baked clams
and muffins --oh, do, do spring --he's a hundred barreler --don't lose him now --don't oh, don't
And yet, by ingenious contrivance, this gilded minority, in- stead of being in the tail of the procession where it be- longed, was marching head up and banners flying, at the other end of it; had elected itself to be the Nation, and these innumerable clams
had permitted it so long that they had come at last to accept it as a truth; and not only that, but to believe it right and as it should be.
He knew that Sea Vitch never caught a fish in his life but always rooted for clams
and seaweed; though he pretended to be a very terrible person.
There goes a man to the sea-shore, with a spade and a bucket, to dig a mess of clams
, which were a principal article of food with the first settlers.
With so agreeable a prospect before him, Ulysses fancied that he could not do better than go straight to the palace gate, and tell the master of it that there was a crew of poor shipwrecked mariners, not far off, who had eaten nothing for a day or two, save a few clams
and oysters, and would therefore be thankful for a little food.
One can not buy and pay for two cents' worth of clams
without trouble and a quarrel.
There were mussels and abalones and clams
and rock-oysters, and great ocean-crabs that were thrown upon the beaches in stormy weather.
There's not one of them who is not degrading, man and woman, all of them animated stomachs guided by the high intellectual and artistic impulses of clams
Mauki's three tambos were as follows: First, he must never shake hands with a woman, nor have a woman's hand touch him or any of his personal belongings; secondly, he must never eat clams
nor any food from a fire in which clams
had been cooked; thirdly, he must never touch a crocodile, nor travel in a canoe that carried any part of a crocodile even if as large as a tooth.
Before, when a man went after fish, or clams
, or gull- eggs, he carried his weapons with him, and half the time he was getting food and half the time watching for fear some other man would get him.
and scallops shall be ready within the hour," the mayor answered.
In the day you rise in your strength, toothless and clawless, you will be as harmless as any army of clams