half shell


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half shell

n.
Either of the halves of a shell of a bivalve, such as an oyster.
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The Half Shell chain, which is based Gulfport, has 11 restaurants, including one in Flowood; two in Biloxi; one in Destin, Fla.; Covington, La.; Hattiesburg; Lafayette, La.; Mobile; Spanish Fort, Ala., and Tuscaloosa, Ala.
However, seems there were several people who actually bought the half shell and thanked Amazon for a great deal!
GARNISH: Celery stick and freshly shucked oyster on the half shell (optional).
The first step in the process of creating a visually interesting appetizer of "bay scallops on the half shell" is to gather some empty shells.
Southern cooking and seafood are a marvelous combination, and nobody does it better than Half Shell Oyster House, with locations in Biloxi, Gulfport, Hattiesburg, and plans to be in Madison (late 2015).
The heroes in the half shell (top) battle assorted monsters terrorising New York.
The pizza-eatings 'heroes in a half shell' were huge and now they are back.
Topic: The Big Oyster: History on the Half Shell. Location: India House, Marine Room
Oysters were the city's most celebrated export, a staple food, and more, and THE BIG OYSTER: HISTORY ON THE HALF SHELL celebrates this era, from food markets to the extinction of natural beds around the city as the decades passed.
Once the half shell is complete, the vesicle merges into the cell's membrane, exposing the newly created structure.
LYLE LOVETT and his Large Band will kick off this summer's Music on the Half Shell series in Roseburg on June 25.
Directionality has always been a feature on the SIGNIA Select and PRISMA ITE and BTE models, but VoiceMic brings it into the smaller half shell models.