Recent Examples of seashell from the Web
And whereas early x-ray ghost images were simple pictures of slits cut into metal, the Chinese group produced outlines of a seashell and of initials etched into metal plates.
Theft, Muirfield Drive: The daughter of a 95-year-old resident reported March 17 her mother said an ivory seashell figurine had been stolen from her home.
Think mermaids, seashells, and sea creatures—and don’t forget the bubbles! Bubbles to blow for the kids and bubbly to drink for the adults, that is.
Obviously, telling everybody her plan at the end with the seashells?
For Al McGuire, life wasn't all seashells and balloons.
Chocolate is for Everyone Belgian chocolate truffles shaped like seashells for only $4.00?
Learn about seashell collections, sea beans and beach treasures.
If its leaders can navigate today’s energy shift, Shell may well be operating a century hence, having moved from seashells to petroleum to … who knows?
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First Known Use of seashell
before 12th century
SEASHELL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of seashell for English Language Learners
: the hard, empty shell of a small sea creature (such as a clam)
SEASHELL Defined for Kids
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