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scollop

(in Ireland) a rod, pointed at both ends, used to pin down thatch

scallop

scallops: a scalloped molding
One of a continuous series of curves resembling segments of a circle, used as a decorative element on the outer edge of a strip of wood, molding etc.
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As we have seen, these modes include the scenic or pictorial: a description of "the beautifully scolloped southern shore" is followed by a celebration of reflected water as "the best foreground" for a forest "setting" (185).
His menu featured a cervoise of Pembroke scollops, breast of squab pigeon and roast baby pear.
Popular choices are traditional scollops, Yorkshire fish cakes and the Starfish Doner Special which includes either a lamb or chicken doner, chips, salad and pitta bread.
For the scollops: Preheat grill and brush with oil.
I also have a big problem with scollops. I was once working with a client and his family and I took them to Paris to complete a run.
His winning three-course meal included a cervoise of Pembroke scollops, a breast of squab pigeon and roast baby pear.