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Clamshell vs. Dragline

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Clamshellnoun

The shell of a clam.

Draglinenoun

A cable, cord, or rope used to drag an object; specifically, the line of a dragline excavator that drags the bucket.

Clamshellnoun

Any object that, in (literal or figurative) resemblance to the shell of a clam, has a hinge on one edge and two surfaces that close together.

Clamshellnoun

A dredging bucket with hinges like the shell of a clam.

Clamshellnoun

In food service, the closing box (usually styrofoam but sometimes cardboard) given to consumers with take-out food.

Clamshellnoun

mouth

‘Shut your clam-shell!’;

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Clamshellnoun

Any object with some other resemblance to either one or both halves of the shell of a clam.

Clamshellnoun

(music) An amphitheater, especially an outdoor amphitheater; the semi-circular acoustic backdrop behind and above the performers.

Clamshellverb

(manufacturing) To deform a die in a shape resembling the shell of a clam, as a result of uneven extrusion pressure.

Clamshellnoun

the shell of a clam.

Clamshellnoun

a dredging bucket with hinges like the shell of a clam.

Clamshellnoun

the shell of a clam

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Clamshellnoun

a dredging bucket with hinges like the shell of a clam

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