scallop shell


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Noun1.scallop shell - a shell of a scallopscallop shell - a shell of a scallop      
shell - the hard largely calcareous covering of a mollusc or a brachiopod
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scallop shell

nconchiglia di pettine
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And Marco Viana, in his first foray into set design, has come up with an impressive centerpiece that looks like the love child of a scallop shell and anahaw (footstool palm leaf), instantly clueing the audience in on the local folkloric setting.
Rare varieties of seafood like lobster, rainbow trout, code filefish, scallop shell, farmed turbot, hake fish fillet, live crab, live tilapia, farmed sea bream and scad fish will be on offer during the festival.
The first logo during 1901 was a mussel shell, but by 1904 a scallop shell or pecten emblem had been introduced to give a visual representation of the corporate and brand name.
In this study, we used an AUV to assess sea scallop shell height and abundance, as well to estimate biomass in the shallow (< 40 m) open scallop fishing grounds within the Mid-Atlantic Bight.
Robinson also reported finding a scallop shell that held rouge, serving as a kind of women's compact.
SHORELY NOT But yes, that is in fact a scallop shell on her napper
This new collection of essays entertains and edifies as much for its diversity of sources and methodologies as it does for its content that, despite the loose thematic link of architecture and pilgrimage, covers topics as diverse as experiencing the Ka'ba in Mecca to investigating the evolution of the pilgrimage symbol, the scallop shell.
Each wears a collar featuring a red scallop shell from the Spencer coat of arms, which has been used by the late Princess Diana's side of the family for centuries.
Roll each wedge to fit the backside of each scallop shell.
At its Treasures: Princely Taste sale on 6 July, Sotheby's London is unveiling a carved chalcedony cameo of Venus and Cupid in a scallop shell, attributed to the greatest hardstone engraver of his age, Giovanni Ambrogio Miseroni (1551-1616; Fig.
Pour a little sauce into each scallop shell, then top with a cooked scallop.