Recent Examples of mussel from the Web
Trattoria sources several fresh pastas from DiFiore Ravioli Shop in Rocky Hill, like a saffron linguini for its cioppino with clams, mussels, shrimp and calamari.
To continue reading this story, TRY IT NOW Feast backs up the glam with top-flight cocktails, lamb kebabs, an upmarket cheeseburger and mussels unafraid to flex some high-spice muscle.
The Lower Colorado River Authority found mussel larvae in samples from Lady Bird Lake just downstream from Lake Travis.
The only direct evidence of plastic entering the human diet is a study by Belgian scientists who discovered plastic fragments in mussels.
Since invasive dreissenid mussels entered the lake in the 1990s, plankton levels have dropped, the water has cleared and the biomass of forage fish has declined.
Boating rules: All boats must be certified mussel-free before launching.
Steamed mussels in cream with leeks and bacon are $35.
Here’s a look at how invasive mussels have changed the lake’s landscape.
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Origin and Etymology of mussel
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
MUSSEL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of mussel for English Language Learners
: a type of shellfish that has a long dark shell
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