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Noun1.Lambis - scorpion shells of shallow tropical waters of the eastern hemisphere
mollusk genus - a genus of mollusks
family Strombidae, Strombidae - the family of conchs
scorpion shell - any of numerous tropical marine snails that as adults have the outer lip of the aperture produced into a series of long curved spines
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SILVER THESPIAN PRODUCTIONS and INDEPENDENT PRODUCTION STUDIOS from abroad are seeking CAST and CREW for Paul Lambis' full-length feature war epic "74" to be shot on location in Cyprus.
Es el caso de Clarena Cecilia Lambis Castillo, quien trabajaba para la asociacion de pensionados del Seguro Social de Bolivar y a quien en razon de su trabajo se le asigno un computador portatil, en el cual la accionante guardaba tambien fotos personales.
Also to be protected with the declaration of the BICH are unique beaches like the Puka Shell Beach, several nesting marine turtles (hawksbill and green turtles) species, and several puka shells like spider shell, lambis and dupella snail.
Lambis (7) and appropriately modify or create (as it is unknown whether they even have such policy) (8) their policies to require warrants.
In La matiere de l'absence (Paris: Seuil, 2016, paper [euro]21.00), the incontournable Patrick Chamoiseau offers a seriesof meandering philosophical reflections on death (composed in the form of largely one-way conversations with his eldest sister, La Baronne)--centered on that of their mother, Man Ninotte, replete with numerous, often touching childhood reminiscences, but quickly turning to such subjects as wakes, conteurs, zombies, gravediggers, the eruption of Mont Pelee, conques de lambis, marronage and resistance, bele, l'esprit jazz, the Middle Passage, and the history of humanity, with multiple nods to Glissant, la Relation and le Tout-monde.
Marios Lambis, defending, handed in a large number of character references, adding Suleman had undertaken much charitable work.