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  1. If, as Max King clams, the A.
  2. The difference is clams are.
  3. Clams don’t live that high up.
  4. We don’t have clams, she said.
  5. Cook until clams are open, about 8 minutes.

  6. Add tomato sauce, white wine, clams and cover.
  7. They have no regard for your prized clams or.
  8. No, I’m pretty sure it was those steamed clams.
  9. Clams and mussels on the half-shell and other meaty.
  10. Mysis shrimp, brine shrimp, clams on the half shell, etc.
  11. Place the live clams in a large bowl and cover with water.
  12. The tender meat of clams and fantasy, and brown, brown eyes.
  13. Recommended Reading: Giant Clams in the Sea and the Aquarium.
  14. Chipping clams gets them to expel sand that is in their shell.
  15. There were more large clams here and there out into the distance.

  16. Other Clams use unresponsiveness as a form of calculated aggression.
  17. There are algae, debris, clams and coral slowly floating in the air.
  18. They are crater clams, they do live that high up, Matt replied.
  19. On the terraces below, giant clams nestled between huge brain corals.
  20. My father broke out in welts the first time he ate clams, Noah said.
  21. Most marriages start out very loving and both partners are happy as clams.
  22. For example, tridacnid clams are often cultured in canals or raceways that are.
  23. There were several beaches where there were oodles of little neck and butter clams.
  24. The Six Line Wrasse should leave your corals, clams, and most other invertebrates.
  25. Clams are next in line; oysters are a bit higher in fat content, but are still low.

  26. The other two tins contained seawater and kelp, in addition to some large clams and.
  27. Carefully lift the clams out of the water so the sand stays at the bottom of the bowl.
  28. So by eating the clams we knew that we were taking a chance, but the clams were tasty.
  29. The clams think they are being fed and end up purging any sand that was in their shell.
  30. Use caution when keeping them with invertebrates such as shrimps, hermit crabs and clams.
  31. I agree, Maguire answered, but not so that he clams up and raises steel barriers.
  32. Crocea Clams are also filter feeders and will feed on dissolved nutrients in the water column.
  33. They are reef tank safe and generally show no interest in corals, clams or other invertebrates.
  34. Reef Tank Compatible? : Not necessarily, see above and use caution if you have clams since it.
  35. The primary element needed for clams, corals and some algae, Calcium (Ca) is needed for these.
  36. Reef Tank Compatible? : They could be considered reef safe and should not bother corals, clams.
  37. Reef Tank Compatible? : Use caution if you have clams since it has been reported that they may.
  38. These clams are very easy to care for, provided that you have high intensity lighting over your.
  39. Is it reef safe? It may be considered reef safe and shouldn't pick at corals, clams or any other.
  40. Diet / Fish Food : Fresh seafood from the local grocery store in the form of shrimp and clams cut.
  41. Wait a second, did you say you were searching for clams? On the rim of a crater? Cassidy asked.
  42. Here were fragrant smoke and air, caviar pearls of clams, and warm and cold jellies of pumpkin and peaches.
  43. Young redfish, or red drum as they are often called, feed in the shallows on clams, crabs, mussels and shrimp.
  44. The entire room was done in motifs of sea shells, the bed was shaped like a conch shell and the chairs like clams.
  45. She loved raw clams and when we had a bucketful we would make sure the cat stayed in the house and feed her a few clams.
  46. By this time of year, the clams were canned and the corn had been desiccated for preservation, but it still smelled heavenly.
  47. At incoming tide one wades into knee-deep water and feels the clams with one’s feet in the sand or gravel and then picks them up.
  48. I've tried the mussels and the clams, the oysters and the whelks, cockles and scallops; seven different kinds of crabs and all the lobster family.
  49. An exquisite variety awaited them: shrimp, scallops, oysters-on-the-half-shell, clams, chowder and bisque and jambalaya, lobster thermadore, flounder.
  50. Such a suspicion would never be written down simply because it gave your enemies too much leverage to attack you for making false clams and accusations.
  51. The story goes that they collected the clams or mussels in Poison Cove and ate them on a beach across from there which is now called Death Man’s Reach.
  52. Now, add clams with juice too -- now, add the parsley -- cook clam mixture, stirring frequently, until heated through -- 6 minute should do -- don't boil!!.
  53. Without saying a word he handed them, along with the little gold fish, to the wise Catalonian and the latter examined them, his eyelids contracting like two clams.
  54. When yesterday a waitress at the Sand Bar put a plate of fried clams in front of her, she would have just as readily and enthusiastically dug into a plate of pancakes.
  55. Bedrock becomes boulders, boulders become stones; the ice retreats, a lake forms, and galaxies of freshwater clams flap their million shells at the sun and close and die and the lake seeps away.
  56. Ceder gasped—it was bigger than the boat, barrel-chested, and had a long beard of crusty shellfish and clams that clattered like symbols when the river kraken hit the water again at full speed.
  57. It was made of small juicy clams, scarcely bigger than hazel nuts, mixed with pounded ship biscuit, and salted pork cut up into little flakes; the whole enriched with butter, and plentifully seasoned with pepper and salt.
  58. The delicately festooned rim of this shell, supplied by the biggest mollusk in the class Acephala, measured about six meters in circumference; so it was even bigger than those fine giant clams given to King François I by the Republic of Venice, and which the Church of Saint–Sulpice in Paris has made into two gigantic holy–water fonts.
  59. Among other specimens in these two branches, I noted some windowpane oysters with thin valves of unequal size, a type of ostracod unique to the Red Sea and the Indian Ocean, then orange–hued lucina with circular shells, awl–shaped auger shells, some of those Persian murex snails that supply the Nautilus with such wonderful dye, spiky periwinkles fifteen centimeters long that rose under the waves like hands ready to grab you, turban snails with shells made of horn and bristling all over with spines, lamp shells, edible duck clams that feed the Hindu marketplace, subtly luminous jellyfish of the species Pelagia panopyra, and finally some wonderful Oculina flabelliforma, magnificent sea fans that fashion one of the most luxuriant tree forms in this ocean.
  60. Some gamesome wights will tell you that they have to plant weeds there, they don't grow naturally; that they import Canada thistles; that they have to send beyond seas for a spile to stop a leak in an oil cask; that pieces of wood in Nantucket are carried about like bits of the true cross in Rome; that people there plant toadstools before their houses, to get under the shade in summer time; that one blade of grass makes an oasis, three blades in a day's walk a prairie; that they wear quicksand shoes, something like Laplander snow-shoes; that they are so shut up, belted about, every way inclosed, surrounded, and made an utter island of by the ocean, that to their very chairs and tables small clams will sometimes be found adhering, as to the backs of sea turtles.
  61. Among these exhibits I'll mention, just for the record: an elegant royal hammer shell from the Indian Ocean, whose evenly spaced white spots stood out sharply against a base of red and brown; an imperial spiny oyster, brightly colored, bristling with thorns, a specimen rare to European museums, whose value I estimated at ₣20,000; a common hammer shell from the seas near Queensland, very hard to come by; exotic cockles from Senegal, fragile white bivalve shells that a single breath could pop like a soap bubble; several varieties of watering–pot shell from Java, a sort of limestone tube fringed with leafy folds and much fought over by collectors; a whole series of top–shell snails—greenish yellow ones fished up from American seas, others colored reddish brown that patronize the waters off Queensland, the former coming from the Gulf of Mexico and notable for their overlapping shells, the latter some sun–carrier shells found in the southernmost seas, finally and rarest of all, the magnificent spurred–star shell from New Zealand; then some wonderful peppery–furrow shells; several valuable species of cythera clams and venus clams; the trellis wentletrap snail from Tranquebar on India's eastern shore; a marbled turban snail gleaming with mother–of–pearl; green.
  1. I have relatives that live in Louisiana and they do all their clamming in the mud by the river.
  2. Nothing, Captain! They either are not listening, which would be very surprising, or they are clamming up.
  3. Up to now they are clamming up and not saying a single word, which gets me to this question, General: do we treat those bozos as genuine prisoners of war or like terrorists?
  1. My father, he just clammed up.
  2. However, everyone had clammed up.
  3. At this point Harvey just clammed up.
  4. You won’t give me anything and the normal channels of police information clammed up long ago.
  5. He never talked about them and when I brought up the subject he clammed up and was visibly irritated.
  6. In fact, when Landry pressed him on it he clammed up, wouldn’t say another word about it and swore him to secrecy.
  7. Every time he came near they all clammed up and looked at him expectantly, as if they were waiting for him to pass by so that they could continue.
  8. So often he had found that individuals with information regarded the police or detectives as the enemy and regularly clammed up in the face of making a statement in person.

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1. It is the Tuatua clam.
2. All of these clam species.
3. And clam chowdah, he replied.
4. The man walked away happy as a clam.
5. He can’t be surprised that I’d clam up.
6. But at least she didn’t clam up on me.
7. Now I know what a clam feels like, he said.
8. They could clam up and shut down economically.
9. Another water-related activity was clam digging.
10. It is no fun biting into a clam and chewing on sand.
11. Months later, she said, Jack, you’re like a clam.
12. It was smooth, and shaped like a giant clam, or football.
13. I estimated the weight of this giant clam at 300 kilograms.
14. The waitress arrived with Langdons clam chowder and beers.
15. A clam for supper? a cold clam; is THAT what you mean, Mrs.
16. If one thinks about the traditional clam digging, forget it.
17. But the chowder; clam or cod to-morrow for breakfast, men?
18. Rick was leaning over a bowl of clam chowder, shoveling it in.
19. Anyway, my life is finally on track and I'm happy as a clam.
20. A often debated topic is whether or not to feed the Maxima clam.
21. The one that had grown over the rock, swallowing it like a giant clam.
22. Hussey's clam and cod announcement, I thought I would try a little experiment.
23. We would go clam digging at a particular low tide and fill a bucket in no time.
24. I drank clam juice and ate the sharp crab cocktails at stands along the waterfront.
25. Did the manager disclose more information to shareholders, or did the manager clam up?
26. The Maxima Clam is long lived and needs stable saltwater or reef tank like conditions to thrive.
27. The Potter's Angelfish is not considered reef tank safe because it may nip at stony corals, clam.
28. Captain Nemo had an explicit personal interest in checking on the current condition of this giant clam.
29. Hussey hurried towards an open door leading to the kitchen, and bawling out "clam for two," disappeared.
30. Patience, clam, prayer/meditation, trusting in others; these are the needs of mankind that should be focused on.
31. On several occasions, one or the other had started to say something, only to clam up and continue eating in silence.
32. In the middle of the lounge, a jet of water, electrically lit, fell back into a basin made from a single giant clam.
33. Dale was sitting at his round oak kitchen table, eating a bowl of Manhattan-style clam chowder soup for lunch when his cell phone rang.
34. Now, add clams with juice too -- now, add the parsley -- cook clam mixture, stirring frequently, until heated through -- 6 minute should do -- don't boil!!.
35. The razor clam is a friendly acquaintance that enriches the pork with umami the same way it has been done with shellfish, fish, and pork for thousands of years.
36. But being in a great hurry to resume scolding the man in the purple Shirt, who was waiting for it in the entry, and seeming to hear nothing but the word "clam," Mrs.
37. He didn't need to explain where he now lived and what he was up to—nor pretend he wasn't broken up over Karen, and happy as a clam with having rid himself of the old ball and chain.
38. When it comes to the clam flats, I am the law around here, more than those sheriff’s deputies who’d take an hour-and-a-half to get here if you called and said the library was being robbed.
39. The days when Johnny struck it rich, it was Caesar left stranded upon the back foot – to share in the profits and to clam up and double his efforts, and vice versa when fortune turned the wheel.
40. I love raspberries, blackberries, cherries and blueberries, but I’ll pass on the linguine with purple clam sauce hi yo Pectate – what the sidekick of the late Johnny Carson uses when things are moving too fast.
41. It was an oyster of extraordinary dimensions, a titanic giant clam, a holy–water font that could have held a whole lake, a basin more than two meters wide, hence even bigger than the one adorning the Nautilus's lounge.
42. The lay brothers bustled about, whipping off the covers to reveal two more loaves of bread which had been hollowed out to contain generous servings of clam chowder, rich with fresh cream, potatoes, and corn and dusted with grated cheese.
43. I think the FBI sort of outranks the Brooklin clam warden, dee-yah, the first woman said, guessing, correctly, that the story of the librarian-slash-clam warden’s encounter with the FBI would be told and retold throughout the winter.
44. His own attempts at diving and swimming he soon gave up, finding this northern water too cold for him; and so, in spite of Elfrida’s gibes, he sat on the dock and watched her as she took backward somersaults and dead-man dives and went down below in search of sinking clam shells.
45. The night before the trip, after nailing up the boxes and putting his clothing into the same suitcase that he had brought when he first came, he narrowed his clam eyes, pointed with a kind of impudent benediction at the stacks of books with which he had endured during his exile, and said to his friends:-.