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seashell

the empty shell of a marine mollusc

seashell

[′sē‚shel]
(invertebrate zoology)
The shell of a marine invertebrate, especially a mollusk.
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Her long fish tail was curled gracefully around a rock, and in one hand she held a great pink seashell to her ear.
The artist hopes that his Mona Lisa seashell portrait will find a buyer.
Eee PC Seashell Series: Timelessly Elegant, Seamlessly Intuitive
ASUS, a computer manufacturer, announced on 5 May the launch in the UK of its Eee PC 1008 Seashell notebook which combines a slimline design with the latest mobile technology.
Stephen Blanks, Fat Frog's managing director, said: "We're absolutely thrilled to win this award as our design and development teams have put a lot of hard work into the Seashell website.
Or fill the hearth with a basket or 20-inch clam filled with seashells.
Owned by maitre d'-manager Dieter "Michel" Wantig and chef Christian Desmet, who have also operated several other local restaurants during its tenure, Seashell has been sold, and its last day of service will be May 15.
For decades, researchers have been marveling at seashell nacre, commonly called mother-of-pearl.
The seashell on the mountaintop; how Nicolaus Steno solved an ancient mystery and created a science of the earth.
Photographs taken in Mali and hung on the walls around the tables also had earth and form as their principal subject: paths marked with stones, terraced fields, adobe houses climbing a rocky peak, a crevice in the shape of lips or of a seashell, rudimentary cemeteries, sets of pottery half buried in sand.
The piece had begun life as a duet for male dancer and giant mobile--a cupped form resembling a white seashell or a plaster cast of an ear or the model of a nebula.
GUYLIAN, the famous Belgian Chocolaterie is celebrating the festive season by offering South Wales Echo readers the chance to win a 500g box of delicious, mouth watering seashell chocolates.