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shelly

[′shel·ē]
(geology)
Pertaining to a sediment or sedimentary rock containing the shells of animals.
Pertaining to land abounding in or covered with shells.
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Born in Kanpur, raised in Lucknow to a business family Shelly was a bright and determined kid.
And Shelly is now trying to protect Simone's kids while their mum is on the show.
Shelly said: "My aunty was the most amazing woman and the best auntie ever.
Radiation is known to cause birth defects and Shelly developed rheumatoid arthritis at 15 and stomach growths at 30 that need regular ops.
Outside court, attorneys for Shelly Sterling and Ballmer said that if they win, they will ask the judge to allow the sale to go through immediately in spite of any appeals that might be filed.
This week, Donald Sterling's legal team argued on his behalf in the probate case over a dispute with his estranged wife, Shelly Sterling, but that did not stop them filing another lawsuit related to the future of the Los Angeles Clippers.
The $2 billion sale was negotiated by his estranged wife Shelly Sterling after Donald Sterling's racist remarks to a girlfriend were publicized and the National Basketball Association moved to oust him as owner.
Owner Shelly Bryson, 33, of Dundee, said: "My sevenyear-old daughter Reese accidentally dropped a bag of dog biscuits and they got mixed up with the fake dog poo that had been left on the floor.
East Durham College's Shelly Whitfield will be helping youngsters unsure of what they want to do after school to consider a career in agriculture.
TORRENTIAL rain has put Shelly Burnham's home repairs back to square one.
Shelly Bray, a community champion with housing provider whg, is one of 12 people who have made the exhausting 10-day trip to Adhra Pradesh in southern India.