CLAM


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CLAMCredit Lyonnais Asset Management (Credit Lyonnais SA)
CLAMCerebellar Atrophy with Progressive Microcephaly
CLAMCarrefour de Liaison et d'Aide Multiethnique (French: Crossroads Connection and Multiethnic Support; Canada)
CLAMCall Assignment Message
CLAMCost Less All Materials
CLAMCommercial Leasing Action Message
CLAMCongressional Left, Academia, Media (political term by Jeff Cooper)
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The clams and scallops shall be ready within the hour," the mayor answered.
Have something yourself, Johnny," I said, with an air of having intended to say it all the time, but of having been a trifle remiss because of the interesting conversation I had been holding with Clam and Pat.
Pat, who had been shovelling coal all day, had gone home, and Clam had gone upon the Reindeer to cook supper.
A dish of venison, however, was no unacceptable meal to them, especially after feeding so long on oysters and clams.
Mauki's three tambos were as follows: First, he must never shake hands with a woman, nor have a woman's hand touch him or any of his personal belongings; secondly, he must never eat clams nor any food from a fire in which clams had been cooked; thirdly, he must never touch a crocodile, nor travel in a canoe that carried any part of a crocodile even if as large as a tooth.
He was ordered to make chowder out of the big clams that grew in the lagoon.
Before, when a man went after fish, or clams, or gull- eggs, he carried his weapons with him, and half the time he was getting food and half the time watching for fear some other man would get him.
In the day you rise in your strength, toothless and clawless, you will be as harmless as any army of clams.
He sat at a worm-eaten desk, covered with files of waiters' checks so old that I was sure the bottomest one was for clams that Hendrik Hudson had eaten and paid for.
All along Brevard shores, inshore anglers, jetty anglers and surfcasters have embraced the clam as an efficient bait.
A council spokeswoman said: "Officers from Conwy County Borough Council, working with officers from Natural Resources Wales and the Welsh Government Inshore Fisheries Unit, visited the area and spoke to the individuals who had been harvesting the razor clams.