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  • n. Plural form of clamshell.

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Examples

  • Highland Park proposal, food containers made of polystyrene would be banned with the exception of so-called clamshells, which feature a hinge that allows the top half to close over the bottom.

    chicagotribune.com - News

  • The polystyrene foam ban would force restaurants and stores to find alternative egg cartons, meat trays, plates, "clamshells" and cups.

    Another Kick In The Bag--Courtesy Of Seattle

  • First Alert smoke and carbon monoxide alarms are packaged in clear plastic "clamshells," a packaging style popular with consumers because it allows them to see products before purchasing.

    PET

  • Like many of you, I hate the frustration of struggling with packages that are hard to open -- particularly those impenetrable clear plastic "clamshells" fitted around everything from inkjet cartridges to cordless telephones.

    One step closer to 'frustration-free' packaging

  • Starting this month, KFC in the UK and Ireland will switch its burger packaging from cardboard "clamshells" to paper wrappers, and its individual-portion meals from cardboard boxes to paper bags.

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  • Amazon is focusing first on two kinds of items: those enclosed in hard plastic cases known as "clamshells" and those secured with plastic-coated wire ties, commonly used in toy packaging.

    Sustainable is Good | Where design, lifestyle and packaging meet

  • However, this book does make one reconsider one's own home, and see the accidental splash of color, the bike helmet perched on a coffee table book, the bewildering collection of Ganesh statues, say, the giant clamshells on the mantel, in a different light.

    The Rise of the Personal

  • Their micro greens are sold boxed in small and large clamshells, and are certified Organic.

    Liz Neumark: In the Market for Green

  • The vanity mirror was chipped and tarnished, and the twin sinks looked like big clamshells.

    A Light at Winter’s End

  • “Are you saying my ears look like clamshells and my hair like dry seaweed?”

    Dark Secrets 2: No Time to Die the Deep End of Fear

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