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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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Lives with many aims are like water trickling through innumerable streams, none of which are wide enough or deep enough to f Coat the merest cockleshell of a boat; but a life with one object is hike a mighty river flowing between its hanks, hearing to the ocean a multitude of ships, and spreading fertility on either side.
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Her mom forbids her to go and expects her to stay home and work at the Cockleshell Tea Room, a family-owned business.
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GUERNSEY: The cockleshell motifs are interesting and seem to play into that regenerative idea as well.
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A cockleshell and walking staff symbolize his pilgrim status.
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