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Why did Sally sell seashells on the seashore when anyone could easily just pick them up right there?

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The sea shells were dinosaur bones. She started making money finding them when she found a ichthyosaur at 12 years old. She found the first plesiosaur.

By the time she died, at the age of 47, she had received a lifetime annuity from the British Association for the Advancement of Science.

"She sells sea shells by the sea shore." was written by Terry Sullivan in the late nineteenth century with her in mind.
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How many seashells did Sally sell by the seashore?

1).- All of them 2).- However many she had 3).- Sally sold 4,835,256 seashells by the seashore. (Either she's good, or she sold them all cheaply, or for free.) 4).- Su

She sells seashells by the seashore?

This isn't so much a question as it is a statement. However, if you were enquiring who 'She' is then according to the rhyme Sally is the person who sells seashells by the seas

Why was Sally selling seashells by the seashore when you can just pick them up anyway?

Sally was selling seashells by the seashore when you can just pick them up, because she would have a monopoly of all the seashells if she collected all the seashells on that p

Does Sally sell seashells by the seashore?

I grew up being told she does, so I have to believe it's so. I just don't know which seashore.

Does she sell seashells at the seashore?

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