It is a nursery of humanity that cares for blending values with education, moulds character with learning and supplies substance to the shell of symbols.
Some of you may wonder how locals manage to work the edible kernel from its black shell within seconds, while holding a conversation.
the hotel was a shell, the roof having collapsed completely
The strange tortoise's shell is flat underneath and not rounded at the belly as usual, he says.
They must be taken from the vines while the outer shell and the seeds are very tender; otherwise they are not good.
Since it takes eight electrons to fill the electron shell , a silicon atom is continually looking for four electrons to bond with.
He turned, motioning toward Lady Grey who waited a few feet away, leaning against the battered shell of a rusted vehicle.
Dennis pushed open the heavy hatch and crawled up onto the rough shell of the armored vehicle.
When maggots have completed their development they convert their last larval skin into a puparium, a hardened shell within which the pupa develops.
The classic built-for-speed vessel is the racing shell because its human cargo is also its engine.