The lamps were made of soapstone and in shape much resembled a clam-shell, being about eight inches in diameter.
The flies were the Philistines, and I took a clam-shell for the jaw-bone; it did just as well.
He stretched out his hand towards the clam-shell which had contained his stock of water, but it was empty.
She watched him while he tried to break a clam-shell between the two rocks.
Rabbit lifted the clam-shell and poor Earth-Worm was quickly gobbled up by Duck.
Though he drank and drank again from the water which he had brought in the clam-shell, no quantity seemed to assuage his thirst.
After a moment he mechanically spat on a clam-shell and requested Davy to 'sic' it.
The pebbles for the concrete were delivered by contract and were unloaded from scows by clam-shell bucket into a hopper.
The same objections apply with greater force to the clam-shell form of dredge.
Another remarkable cave in Staffa is 'clam-shell Cave,' which is of immense size.