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CLAMS

Clinical Linguistic and Auditory Milestone Scale.
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Clams collected from TRE had the weakest relationship between shell length and metacercariae, the lowest average metacercariae load, and the smallest average shell length (Table 1).
If you haven't tried clams before, this is a great introduction.
A COLLECTION of giant clams which were seized by Customs officials has arrived at Blue Planet Aquarium.
Blue Reef's Anna Pellegrino said: "We collected five of the giant clams over the weekend and they are all doing really well.
This paper provides an overview of the black clam fishery in Kerala including descriptions of the habitats, biology and ecology, demography of the fishing families, and the harvesting, processing, and marketing of the live clams and also the shell deposits.
In 2005 (the latest statistics available), Italy produced about 85,000 metric tonnes of the three major clam species in the country (grooved carpet shell clams, or Ruditapes decussates; Japanese carpet shell clams, or Ruditapes philippinarum; and striped Venus clams, or Chamelea gallina or Venus gallina).
has a menu that touts an "award-winning" mixture that doesn't "skimp on the clams.
Ayling's new brief was to collect clams from MIS 11, which occurred between approximately 420 000 and 380 000 years ago, and attempt to obtain several snapshots of seasonal climate, recorded during the clams' 40-60 year lifespan.
PORCINI and clams are both quite naturally salty, so taste before adding any additional salt.
Feel free to play with the seafood assortment here, substituting mussels for the clams and small scallops for the monkfish but keeping the proportions pretty much constant.
But that was before a mysterious new disease--named QPX, for "Quahog Parasite Unknown"--began killing clams by the thousands.