Ken Ford's THE COCKLESHELL
RAID; BORDEAUX 1942 (9781846036934, $18.95) offers an authoritative analysis of one of the greatest raids in military history, and thus deserves a place in any military library.
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.
The latest example of development run amok is Cockleshell
Bay Marina Village, a gigantic complex of hotels, villas, casinos and luxury condominiums carved out of the southeastern peninsula by the Hyatt Park Corporation.
Bay development will also feature 100 Park Hyatt-branded residential townhouses and condominiums, and 86 estate villas, which will deliver the same sophisticated design and discriminating service for which the Park Hyatt brand is globally known.
41924468 HHHH The Cockleshell
Heroes (1955) five, 3.30pm: Fact-based Second World War drama.
Which group of medieval people traditionally wore the emblem of a cockleshell
in their hats?
Haug explains this from the exemplum (first attested about 1260) on how the Trinity can no more be encompassed by the human mind than the ocean can be contained within a cockleshell
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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.
Banana Bay (7A), Cockleshell
Bay (7B) and Mosquito Bay (7C).
In the evening of September 3, a boat described as a "diminutive cockleshell
" approached Wordiebukta.
GUERNSEY: The cockleshell
motifs are interesting and seem to play into that regenerative idea as well.
In The Cockleshell
Pilgrim: A Medieval Journey to Compostela (SPCK Publishing, 9.99 [pounds sterling]) Katherine Lack investigates the identity of a man whose remains were unearthed in Worcester Cathedral in 1986.