Will turtle and his girlfriend try for a long-distance relationship?
But he has more stamina than any host who has ever hawked turtle Wax.
David McGuire tests Pacific seafood for mercury with GotMercury.org, a part of the turtle Bay Restoration Network.
They found evidence that the lovebirds were house-hunting in July in turtle Rock, a tony neighborhood in Irvine.
In the meantime, Stovall has learned some political lessons in light of his turtle soup success.
This turtle was a godsend, and was just what I needed to change my diet.
Such, Delawares, is the belief of the children of the turtle.
As soon as the turtle felt the water it let go, and started to swim off.
He gave them a turtle and said: “Put it in the water-barrel in the yard.”
He carries two turtle doves as the thank offering required of the mother by the religious law.
reptile, c.1600, "marine tortoise," from French tortue "turtle, tortoise," of unknown origin. The English word is perhaps a sailors' mauling of the French one, influenced by the similar sounding turtle (n.2). Later extended to land tortoises; sea-turtle is attested from 1610s. Turtleneck "close-fitting collar" is recorded from 1895.
"turtledove," Old English turtle, dissimilation of Latin turtur "turtledove," a reduplicated form imitative of the bird's call. Graceful, harmonious and affectionate to its mate, hence a term of endearment in Middle English. Turtledove is attested from c.1300.
To regard or treat with contempt: turned up his nose at the new recipe (1818+)