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quahog

Medtalk A derogatory regionalism for an obese, pregnant, unkempt, malodorous, socially/economically disadvantaged ♀. See Gomer.
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You can grow hard-shell gourds, also known as calabashes, just for the delight of watching them develop into unusual shapes, or for craft projects.
The problem with all-foam helmets, as compared with the traditional hard-shell type, is that when the rider is thrown head-first, the foam helmet may stick to the ground, increasing the possibility of neck injury, whereas the hard-shell helmet will slide along the ground.
In addition, a second study, conducted by the British Standards Institute, found that foam helmets adhered to the ground no more than hard-shell models.
They have less maneuverability and track less well than traditional kayaks, but are more stable, more forgiving, and require less skill than their hard-shell cousins.
While other hard-shell cases sometimes create reverberations when hard plastic vibrates against the phone at high frequencies or volume, the Shelter's gap, filled with soft rubber ridges, prevents scratching and allows the speakers to sound clean and pure.
His Fallbrook farm produces more than 300,000 hard-shell gourds a year.
NEW - SeeThru Satin - Protect and get a soft, grippy feel on your iPad with this soft-touch coated hard-shell case.
69 each (chicken dinner and fries, chicken strips and fries, nachos, quesadilla, bean and cheese burrito, beef or chicken hard-shell taco).
This iPhone 4 case has a thin, hard-shell coating with soft rubbery interior lining, bezel, and button covers.
Thoughtfully engineered to meet e-reading needs in a variety of styles and colors, users can choose between fabric-wrapped hard-shell "Fitted" protection and a classic bookbinding style that stands alone with "DustJacket.
Road-tested Fitted hard-shell cases are durable, lightweight and easy to put on and take off.
Nadiya Littlewarrior considers the hard-shell gourds she decorates as living, breathing objects that take on a life of their own.