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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.
His Fallbrook farm produces more than 300,000 hard-shell gourds a year.
69 each (chicken dinner and fries, chicken strips and fries, nachos, quesadilla, bean and cheese burrito, beef or chicken hard-shell taco).
Nadiya Littlewarrior considers the hard-shell gourds she decorates as living, breathing objects that take on a life of their own.