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whelk

(wĕlk, hwĕlk)
n.
An inflamed swelling, such as a pimple or pustule.

whelk′y adj.
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Several tulip snails were observed preying on bivalves or on other smaller gastropods, and occasionally an excavated lightning whelk was observed consuming a hard clam (Mercenaria mercenaria).
The channeled whelk ranges from Cape Cod, Massachusetts, to Cape Canaveral, Florida (Edwards and Harasewych, 1988).
The May 23 James Beard Dinner is sold out, however Chef Taibe will be featuring Smoke on the Lager paired with his hot smoked pollack on spring pickles at The Whelk, located at 575 Riverside Ave.
ReefCrete is made by cement producers Ecocem Ireland and incorporates material such as whelk shells from the New Quay seafood factory.
KEY WORDS: Channel whelk, Busycotypus canaliculatus, Busycon, Melongenidae, age-at-length, growth rate, conch
The Cheap TV Spots team is well-versed in media law and industry practices, and the company holds itself and its associates to the highest standards of conduct and professionalism," says Jim Whelk.
This day-long food festival will also include a mackerel barbecue, whelk racing and music on the pier (www.
During his five-year stint on Ql, Alan Davies has done a good job of demonstrating he has a brain the size, shape and consistency of a whelk.
east coast whelk pot fishery, but their harvest is being restricted because of severe population declines in the Chesapeake and Delaware bays.
Based in Liverpool, the company produces canned and frozen speciality seafood products, including whelk, salted cod, and crab sold worldwide under its brand and own label.
o Whelk is a printed book comprising the best short stories that have appeared on Upsideclown (upsideclown.