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- n. Any species of Tellina, a genus of marine bivalve molluscs.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Any species of Tellina.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A bivalve of the genus Tellina or of some of the related Tellinidæ. P. P. Carpenter.
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Yes | No | Report from peter wrote 32 weeks 6 days ago hey hes not tellen us to drive his car, he drives an suv and a gas guslin plane, cause his rules dont apply to him. other than that I COMPLETLY AGREE.
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Many other yles there ben in the lond of Prestre John, and many grete marveyles, that weren to long to tellen alle, bothe of his ricchesse and of his noblesse, and of the gret plentee also of precious stones, that he hathe.
And because that thei gon so nye oure feythe, thei ben lyghtly converted to Cristene lawe, whan men prechen hem and schewe hem distynctly the lawe of Jesu Crist, and tellen hem of the prophecyes.
And many othere londes there ben, that it were to long to tellen or to nombren: but of sum parties I schal speke more pleynly here aftre.
And no man is so hardy, to speke a word, but zif the emperour speke to him; but zif it be mynstrelles, that syngen songes, and tellen gestes or other desportes, to solace with the emperour.
But up steps that big Ukrainian feller I was a tellen you about—him on a little press with nothen to do.
One a th big girls, when she heard me tellen Donna Mae, told me not to go off by myself that away no more; if yu stay with a gang or even just one er two they never bother you none.
Clovis was a tellen me once he heared say er read they was mountains in Italy an rough wild country, mighty cold in th wintertime.
Had to hurry to funerals; eight; Martie and Annie Erasmus; "Leer ons alzoo onze dagen tellen" (So teach us to number our days).