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clam

there are a large number of clams; one which is cultivated commercially is venerupis japonica.
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Clammer 1992 "Todo tipo de consumo a traves del cual el individuo pretende reflejar su identidad, gustos y posicion social" (p.
Material Culture 73, 73-91 (2005); CLAMMER, supra note 13; Eiji OGUMA, Tan'ITSU MiNZOKU Shinwa NO Kjgen (1995); Sabine Fruhstuck, Treating the Body as a Commodity: "Body Projects " in Contemporary Japan, in CONSUMPTION AND MATERIAL CULTURE IN CONTEMPORARY Japan 143-48 (Michael Ashkenazi & John Clammer eds.
Clammers (clam fishers) gathered and cleaned the mussels.
Clammer and Ivy concurred on the view that Japan emerged unscathed in its core culture, remaining as distinct as ever from the West.
John Clammer, who knows Singapore well, has noted that "there is a permanent sense of crisis [Jn Singapore].
A clammer arose for a more basic rifle eliminating such niceties as the expensive battle sights and slimming down the handguard by trimming the cluster of Picatinny rails.
Stanley, 'Japan as a Model for Economic Development: The Example of Singapore,' in Eyal Ben-Ari and John Clammer, eds, Japan in Singapore: Cultural Occurrences and Cultural Flows, Curzon Press, 2000, pp.
All that changed in 2000 when my wife and I joined Wisconsin native and former commercial clammer Tony Toye on the Mississippi River's Pool 9 near Ferryville, Wis.
Clammer Terry Wilkins has worked the bay since he was 11, and now, in his 50s, is still passionate about the trade.
This may be partly influenced by the renewed interest in animism among anthropologists more generally (Bird-David 1999; Clammer, Poirier and Schwimmer 2004; Descola 1992; Viveiros de Castro 1998) which in turn is not unrelated to the rise of interest, outside anthropology, in the relations between humans and material objects in science and technology studies, and actor network theory.
Clammer, John 1973 'Colonialism and the perception of tradition in Fiji', in: Talal Asad (ed.