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  • Kim Jordan is hooping it up on the bar in Clam Gulch, Alaska.

    Hooping.org | Blog | Kim Jordan

  • The fish was tagged in Clam lake near the DNR access ramp.

    New Michigan State Record Great Lakes Muskie Caught in Torch Lake, Near Traverse City

  • There was no two-sided will in Clam's first friend, nor in the energies which were steadily bearing him on towards his aim.

    The Hills of the Shatemuc

  • Ours was called Clam, and was all bleached wood and Bose home-entertainment system.

    Evening Standard - Home

  • It came from a pay phone outside a seafood shack called the Clam Bar in Napeague.

    Beach Road

  • The storm grew worse instead of less, but Captain Ross was a good seaman, and in about an hour he brought the _Fairy_ into a sheltered harbor known as Clam Cove, because of the number of clams that were dug there.

    Bunny Brown and His Sister Sue at Christmas Tree Cove

  • Only one building, except those connected with the lighthouses, near at hand, this a small, gray-shingled bungalow about two hundred yards away, separated from the lights by the narrow stream called Clam Creek -- Seth always spoke of it as the "Crick" -- which, turning in behind the long surf-beaten sandspit known, for some forgotten reason, as "Black Man's Point," continued to the salt-water pond which was named "The Cove."

    The Woman-Haters: a yarn of Eastboro twin-lights

  • "She is an odd little fish called Clam; and I didn't pick her up at all; -- Mr. Landholm did that."

    Hills of the Shatemuc

  • The city of Newburyport, once known as Clam Town,'' built the Shellfish Purification Plant at least 80 years ago to cleanse clams taken from the Merrimack River.

    Boston.com Top Stories

  • One of our family rituals growing up in Connecticut was going to a place called the Clam Box where the fried clams were SOOO BIGG and appetizer choices were a glass of tomato juice, a fruit cocktail, or a shrimp cocktail.

    Hungry Magazine

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