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cockleshell

1. the shell of the cockle
2. any of the valves of the shells of certain other bivalve molluscs, such as the scallop
3. any small light boat
4. a badge worn by pilgrims
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Occupying more than 150 acres, the Cockleshell Bay development is expected to be fully complete by 2013.
Waterscapes were connected by a series of pads (bidi) that extended through and from the present-day Perth area south to Mandurah and Pinjarra and beyond and north to Cockleshell Gully (Jurien Bay) and the north-west (Bates 1985; Hammond 1933).
Which group of medieval people traditionally wore the emblem of a cockleshell in their hats?
Her mom forbids her to go and expects her to stay home and work at the Cockleshell Tea Room, a family-owned business.
Banana Bay (7A), Cockleshell Bay (7B) and Mosquito Bay (7C).
GUERNSEY: The cockleshell motifs are interesting and seem to play into that regenerative idea as well.
But lemme tell ye, Peter," Annie growled, "he ain't playin' such battledore an' cockleshell wid me
A cockleshell and walking staff symbolize his pilgrim status.
He builds a cockleshell city whose spiral, reminiscent of Vitruvius and Alberti, twists and folds surfaces inside and out.
American producer Broccoli first came to Britain to make The Red Beret with Alan Ladd in 1952 and went on to make another great British favourite The Cockleshell Heroes.
We started our meal with sushi "lollipops", laughed at spring rolls set imaginatively in "bed springs", and rounded off the feast with visited - like lovely Cockleshell Bay, a $7 taxi ride from the cruise terminal at St Kitts, and Sharp Bay on St Lucia.