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The recovery of the oyster, clam and other edible shell-fish is also a feature of the work which the Lake Company has in view.
Its shores were long stretches of mud-flats, corrugated everywhere with thousands of clam-holes.
THE RIVAL CAMPERS AFLOATRUEL PERLEY SMITH
Then I saw that the two halves of the clam-shell bucket were slightly open, just wide enough to let me squeeze in.
THE WRECKERSFRANCIS LYNDE
Down fell that pretty innocent, as falls a snow-white lamb; Her hair drooped round her pallid cheeks, like sea-weed on a clam.
"It's your kind of clam chowder, too," said Mrs. Hills, shaking her head.
JANE JOURNEYS ONRUTH COMFORT MITCHELL
One might have thought they were big and little and middling-sized clam-shells, if one had not seen them in a china-closet.
That charming bear her father had put his neck in her yoke, and now traveled about in her interest as mild as a clam.
THE ART OF DISAPPEARINGJOHN TALBOT SMITH
The clam-beds had been stripped, the sea urchins were gone, and the fish had learned to keep away.
WILD FOLKSAMUEL SCOVILLE
Philip's only garden tool was a hoe, made of clam shells or of a moose's shoulder-blade fastened to a wooden handle.
FOUR AMERICAN INDIANSEDSON L. WHITNEY
Pewter spoons bent and broke, and a substitute, at least in the Connecticut Valley, was a small clam-shell set in a cleft stick.
THE OLD FURNITURE BOOKN. HUDSON MOORE

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