- n a worker who removes shells (as of peas or oysters)
- Science has given housewives the mechanical dishwasher, the tireless cooker, the cherry stoner, the self-agitating cocktail shaker, the cast-iron pea sheller.
- Like other Americans, he was savaged by soaring interest rates; payments on a peanut sheller, which are pegged at 1 percentage points above the prime rate (now about 20%), caused .
- He had invented a hemp-brake, a cloyer-sheller, a bellows and a threshing machine that won him fame before he left the old country.
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- Norm Chow in Long Beach Press-Telegram
Losing Sheller really hurt,UCLA offensive coordinator Norm Chow said. "I thought he made a lot of improvement in the spring. It's unfortunate, but you just have to plug a couple of people in there and try not to do too many things. We have...
- Chuck Hagel in Washington Post
You need to sit back and savor them,Hagel said. "Rather than go through like a corn sheller."