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  • calamine This must be removed by applying a little powdered alum,-or, if this fail, it should be once or twice slightly touched with blue-stone, and afterwards dressed with calamine cerate.
  • calming The soft sunshine that fell into the room through the branches of trees that overhung the windows, the sweet smell of the flowers, and the singing of the birds, seemed to produce a pleasing yet calming effect on the whole party; for some time elapsed without any one speaking.
  • calvin "Thank you, Calvin," he said.
  • claim Yet how could he claim to be Peter-it-it's not like the boy.
  • clam He said he had been well paid for keeping quiet, and I couldn't get any more information out of him than you could dig out of a clam.
  • clan You are a welcome guest here whenever you please to return, and the flower of the clan is ever at your service.
  • column An enemy column thus abandoned was seven miles in length.
  • cumin If a swain was going off as a soldier, or to work a long way from his home, his sweetheart would give him a loaf seasoned with Cumin, or a cup of wine in which some of the herb had been mixed.
  • gamin The king's manners were such that it was difficult to say whether he cared about anybody,-except, indeed, one person; and that person was not the queen, nor his aunts, nor his children, but-a locksmith of the name of Gamin.
  • gleaming A branch that had torn her hat off had loosened a coil of gleaming hair, and, anxious as she was, she stopped for several minutes to set these matters straight as far as it was possible.
  • gloaming The pigeons had gone to roost, the last blush of crimson had faded from the sky, and the first stars were twinkling faintly in the gloaming.
  • lamina O Carlyle, the merit of glass is not to be seen, but to be seen through; but every crystal and lamina of the Carlyle glass is visible.
  • Claiming Brentano, who belongs to the extreme right of the school, says that Smith would have been a Socialist of the Chair to-day if he were alive; and Samter, who belongs to the extreme left, though he is doubtful regarding Smith, has no hesitation in claiming Mill, whom he looks upon as standing more outside than inside the school of Smith.
  • Clamming "We'll go clamming," said I. He did not move.
  • Clamping Another plan is to bend the end of the clamping plate around, as in Fig.
  • Laming He was more ashamed of his failure than he had been sorry for laming Truffey.
  • claims You are aware of the circumstances under which he claims the estate?
  • iron-jawed Jack repeated his answer and, to his astonishment, Mr. Jukes, the iron-jawed, self-possessed business man, who had never shown signs of possessing any more emotion than a stone, suddenly sunk his head in his hands with a groan.
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