Snail shell

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(Zool.) the shell of snail.

See also: Snail

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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"When she was a very little girl, aged five, she stood on a snail shell and I said, 'Don't do that'.
"I find this really amazing that we can see this snail shell shape.
Because heteroscedasticity was detected with the Levene's test, the nonparametric Mann-Whitney rank sum test (U) was used to compare the overall means of snail shell height, snail mass, and survival 70 d after hatch between annual and perennial treatments.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources has opened a newly constructed boat dock for mooring along Snail Shell Harbor at Fayette Historic State Park in Delta County.
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Caption: Virginia fringed mountain snail shell. Photo courtesy of Ken Hotopp
Range minimum-maximum (mean [+ or -] standard deviation) of snail shell diameter (mm) Species Winter Spring B.
hupensis was collected by gently crushing the snail shell after cleaning any water on snail surface and foot with absorbent tissue paper.
The Minaret of Samarra, also known as the Malwiya, after the Arabic word for a snail shell, spirals up from the ground and dominates its Samarra setting in the Tigris valley.
The TG-DTA thermogram of dead snail shell (Fig 1) shows a weight loss of 42.32% at temperature between 90[degrees]C - 120[degrees]C that is due to the physically adsorbed water.