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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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Gary, a night security worker at The Grand Hotel in Llandudno, told how Shelly was diagnosed with cancer in 2006.
That taught me the value of capitalism at a young age," Shelly says.
Mourning: Mum Shelly Innocents: Kevin, top, and Jaime, were killed by Walsh, main picture
Shelly said she couldn't keep up with demand, so she had to outsource fabrication to a factory.
Shelly is enthusiastic and so knowledgeable with her vast array of settings that she has practiced.
Until they fear an American backlash, a backlash from the Paulders and Shellys and other victims, illegal aliens will continue to rob, rape, and kill.
GOING GREEN: Bob gets into costume FACE TO FACE: Shelly and Steph ROW: Alan is caught between Steph and Shelly
Tucking them under my arms like water wings, I whipped around and bumped into Shelly.
Shelly had a contract with them, but they say she has to buy herself out which would be a substantial amount and totally unrealistic.
Thorneycroft (20) of Craddock Street, Whitmore Reans, Wolverhampton, has denied murdering Mr Shelly on March 26, last year.
Shelly targeted book clubs when marketing Not Without A Struggle: Leadership Development for African American Women in Ministry by Vashti M.