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a worker who removes shells (as of peas or oysters)

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Sheller said the inclusion of the photography and video installation was an effort to bring home the reality of life for those under siege.
Al margen de la reciente aparicion de los metodos moviles (Adey, Bissell, Hannam, Merriman y Sheller, 2013; Buscher, Urry y Witchger, 2011) desarrollados en el seno del nuevo paradigma de las movilidades (Sheller y Urry, 2006), los autores responden a los retos del estudio de las in/movilidades proponiendo una perspectiva etnografica renovada pero complementaria de enfoques ya existentes.
For the inaugural event, participating chefs include Carlos Maupin (Carlos Maupin), Troy Sheller (En-Flux), Diego NG and Alex Kuk (Temple Street Eatery), Roy Villacrusis (Roy Villacrusis), Blake Malatesta (MIA), Seth Evan (Restoration Hardware), George Patti (Meat Eatery and Tap Room) and Paul Joachim (Chocolate Genius).
A lifelong New Yorker and current resident of Red Hook, Sheller returns to Corcoran where he started his real estate career at the firm's East Side office 11 years ago.
As of January 1, 2015, John McMullen will be the chief financial officer and executive vice president; Mark Green will serve as chief human resources officer and senior vice president; Steven Overman is the new chief marketing officer and senior vice president; Patrick Sheller is general counsel, secretary and chief administrative officer and senior vice president; Terry Taber will be the chief technical officer and senior vice president; and KimVanGelder is the chief information officer and vice president.
HAFIZABAD -- As many as seven minor children were killed and seven other seriously injured, belonging to two families, when wall of a nearby rice sheller collapsed and fell down on their houses in Abdullahpur (Thatha Gahra) 18 km from here Sunday morning.
In Citizenship from Below, the sociologist and historian Mimi Sheller asks, what happens when some are encumbered from performing their rights as citizens due to their gender, race, color, or class?
19 September 2013 -- German financial services firm Deutsche Bank (NYSE: DB) said it has hired Jason Sheller as the head of sales for fund services in the Americas within its Global Transaction Banking division.
The firm said that it has hired Jason Sheller as head of Sales for Fund Services in the Americas, within its Global Transaction Banking division.
In Thinking Big, Building Small, Jock's sister Marianne--a Stratford, Ontario-based writer--tells the story of the nut sheller and other similar inventions that he's produced as part of an NGO called the Full Belly Project.
That's the verdict of Kirklees College's project manager Ray Sheller, who is overseeing both schemes, which have a combined budget of pounds 81.
At the first station, students got to take to corn off the cob using an old-fashioned sheller, which was loaned to the school by the Massachusetts Audubon Society.
The nut sheller features only one moving part for easy manufacture and use.
COUNTRYSIDE: There was a question in the last issue regarding the existence of a sheller for sunflower seeds.
LOS ANGELES - UCLA says left tackle Sean Sheller has been granted a sixth year of eligibility by the NCAA.