2 edition of Cobras and cockle shells found in the catalog.
Cobras and cockle shells
|LC Classifications||PS324 .E25 1958|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||47|
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cockle, common name applied to the heart-shaped, jumping or leaping marine bivalve bivalve, aquatic mollusk of the class Pelecypoda ("hatchet-foot") or Bivalvia, with a laterally compressed body and a shell consisting of two valves, or movable pieces, hinged by an elastic ligament. The illustrations I've seen of Mary in her garden in the well-known nursery rhyme, Mary, Mary (or Mistress Mary) Quite Contrary are usually those of a young maiden or a cherubic child tending a whimsical garden full of bell-shaped flowers and lined with seashells. I was surprised to find that the interpretation of the verse's content has turned out to be rather dark.
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Cliques, crowds and gangs
Cruise ship safety
Choosing & using ships radar
Review of management arrangements.
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: Cobras and cockle shells: Modes in recent poetry (Vagrom chap book): Former Library book. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Eckman, Frederick, Cobras and cockle shells.
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The rhyme has been seen as having religious and historical significance, but its origins and meaning are disputed.
It has a Roud Folk Song Index number of William Wallace Denslow 's rendition of the poem, The most common modern version is: Mary, Mary, quite contrary,Published: c.
Cobras and cockle shells: Modes in recent poetry (Vagrom chap book) by Eckman, Frederick and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Cockle shells. Cockles belong to the bivalve group of mollusks, who forms a top and bottom matching shell.
Many Cockle shell varieties have become part of the human diet. Most Cockles burrow in sand or mud in shallow sea water and have been found world wide.
Cockle, any of the approximately species of marine bivalve mollusks, or clams, of the family Cardiidae. Distributed worldwide, they range from about one centimetre ( inch) in diameter to about 15 centimetres (about 6 inches)—the size of the smooth giant cockle (Laevicardium elatum) of.
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The shell of a cockle is able to close completely (i.e., there is no "gape" at any point around the edge). Though the shell of a cockle may superficially resemble that of a scallop because of the ribs, cockles can be distinguished from scallops morphologically in that cockle shells lack "auricles" (triangular ear-shaped protrusions near the hinge line) and scallop shells lack a pallial : Bivalvia.
Cockles are a group of (mostly) small, edible, saltwater clams. They are marine bivalve molluscs in the family Cardiidae. They are very common on sandy sheltered beaches throughout the world. The distinctive rounded shells of cockles are symmetrical, and are heart-shaped when viewed from the most genera there are numerous radial ribs (ridges on the shell).Class: Bivalvia.
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COBRAS IN HIS GARDEN is an excellant book, and was an inspiration to me throughout my life with my own interest in venomous snakes. To say the very least, I own quite a bit to Mr.
Haast, and his wife Nancy. If you get the chance to visit Bill Haast today, you will most likely find him in his "garden", an acre and a half walled in rattlesnkae /5(6).
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