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quahog

Medtalk A derogatory regionalism for an obese, pregnant, unkempt, malodorous, socially/economically disadvantaged ♀. See Gomer.
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The northern quahog is a smaller clam, commonly referred to as cherrystone clams or littleneck clams.
From top: Honeycomb |worm, sea squirt, Lion's Mane Jellyfish, Floating Terror Menai oysters and Ocean Quahog (main)
The white whelk shell is a symbol of power and peace and all the good things, and the purple or black quahog clam shell is just the opposite.
KEY WORDS: northern quahog, hard clams, Mercenaria mercenaria, microchemistry, larval dispersal, population connectivity, aquaculture
Created from the quahog clam, wampum came to be an invaluable currency that conveyed history, status and economic messages among Cherokee people.
As the passing of Brian, the wisecracking family dog interested in literature and drinking, hit fans hard the bookies are hopeful that he will return on a permanent basis to Quahog, reports (http://www.
Gamers will travel through all-new settings on a mission to save Quahog and stop the destructive schemes of Bertram, Stewie's nemesis.
federal fisheries was an individual fishing quota program for the Mid-Atlantic Surf Clam and Ocean Quahog Fishery, implemented in 1990.
To cut a long story short, my colleagues and I have found a species (the ocean quahog, whose shell is common around the coasts of West and North Wales) which can be used in this way.
Catch Share program was implemented in 1990 in the Mid-Atlantic Surf Clam and Ocean Quahog Fishery, but now over a dozen are in effect across the country and several more are under consideration.
The show is set at the Griffin homestead in Quahog, R.