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sand·worm

(sand'wŏrm),
Any of the various dog and cat hookworms with larvae that cause cutaneous larva migrans.
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Corbina also hit mussels, clams, bloodworms, sandworms, ghost shrimp, soft-shelled China crabs and grunions, as well as artificial grubs, some lures and saltwater flies that resemble anchovies, sculpins or other near-shore fish that they dine on.
WASHINGTON -- Bestselling author Brian Herbert wishes he could send giant sandworms to march on Washington, D.
30pm In his time actor Alec Newman has wrestled with giant sandworms in the mini-series Dune and tackled aliens in Star Trek series Enterprise, but even those outlandish creations are no match for the pupils - and staff - of Waterloo Road.
Enormous sandworms traverse the desert in Frank Herbert's 1965 science fiction classic, Dune.
He has been involved in some 30 or so albums bearing the name of Giant Sand/Howe Gelb or a seemingly endless list of side-projects like Calexico (bandmates Jon Convertino and Joey Burns), Friends of Dean Martinez, OP8, Blacky Ranchette and Giant Sandworms, with the spectral slide-guitar of the late Rainer Ptacek.
Unregulated harvest of molluscs, crustaceans, and sandworms deprive migratory birds of the food they need to complete their journeys.
30pm) [bar] ALEC Newman has wrestled with giant sandworms in the mini-series Dune and tackled aliens in Star Trek series Enterprise, but even those outlandish creations are no match for the pupils - and staff - of Waterloo Road.
I am instantly reminded of the mythical giant sandworms of Frank Herbert's Dune (3).