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a white crystalline oxide used in the production of calcium hydroxide

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In his text he mentions gypsum (gypsum), mortar (maltha), limestone (calx), lime (calx viva), burnt lime (calx recens), marble (marmor), potter's clay (argilla) and the use of earthen (fictilis) pipes as water ducts.
CAULK: Etymology: Middle English caulken, from Old North French cauquer to trample, from Latin calcare, from calc-, calx heel
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And this wonderful device took its name from the Latin calx meaning pebble as the most basic mathematical exercises in ancient times were performed by counting little stones.
And this wonderful device took its name from the Latin calx, meaning pebble, as the most basic mathematical exercises in ancient times were performed by counting little stones.
French calque, in turn, is fashioned from the French verb calquer 'to trace or copy,' which is derived from the Italian verb calcare 'to trace or trample,' itself an adoption of the Latin verb calcare 'to tread or trample,' which, for our purposes, finds its source in the Latin noun calx 'heel,' as that part of the foot that does the trampling.
Two sides - the sporting Oppidans and Collegers (scholarship pupils) - try to get the ball into the other team's goal (Calx), which is the size of a door.
A special presentation in Cannes' Calx Week in 2000, this sober, emotionally probing pic, which bowed theatrically Jan.
Boyle also studied the calcination of metals: This is the process in which the metal is heated in air, thus losing its metallic character and producing a calx of the metal.
OED offered proof that some people in Wyatt's day were using for chalk forms of the word from Latin calx, calc- to which Modern German owes Kalk: these forms include the spelling calke.(1) As one who has discovered how hard it is for modern editors of Wyatt to copy texts exactly, I could not find it hard to believe that Tottel's editors had owned a version of 'A spending Hand' which went something like this:
Calix (CALX) upgraded to Outperform from Market Perform at Cowen with analyst Paul Silverstein citing the strong Q3 results and outlook along with a growing number of data points he sees that support the view that its new AXOS, EXOS and Cloud platforms will drive an inflection in profitable growth.
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3-4) sin area estriduladora ventral, areas incisivas de ambas mandibulas con una lamina cortante distal separada de un dientecillo incisivo proximal por una escotadura incisiva; margenes internos sin dientes; area molar de la mandibula izquierda con el lobulo distal (M1) bien desarrollado; brustia moderadamente setosa; area molar de la mandibula derecha con el lobulo distal poco desarrollado; calx prominente y brustia moderadamente setosa.