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There were, besides, some of the little shells that we call buckies; I think periwinkle is the English name.
He didn't tell Blaze the gimmick went back to his grammar school days, when two buckies would start a fight by the meat-counter and a third would scoop the till while the owner was breaking it up.
We must not forget to record, however, that amongst the vast number of shells we had turned over we found some of those lovely little shells known as "John o 'Groat's buckies," so highly prized by visitors.
Upon the sand by John Grot's house are found many small pleasant buckies and shells, beautified by diverse colours, which some use to put upon a string as beads, and account much of their rarity.
It’s been nearly four doll–dull–buckies just to fillz up mah car!