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calcar

[′kal‚kär]
(zoology)
A spur or spurlike process, especially on an appendage or digit.
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Onychonycteris has a long splint-like piece of cartilage called a calcar, which in many living bats projects from the heel into the membrane that stretches from foot to tail.
Event Combines the Expertise of the CalCar Initiative and the Breakthrough Battery of Nilar; Audience to Learn how to Perform Conversion Themselves
Felix Kramer, founder of CalCars, added, "Electro Energy and CalCars are demonstrating that Ni-MH type batteries, already in use in hundreds of thousands of hybrid cars, can be an immediately effective solution for PHEVs.
This year has definitely been the breakout year for plug-in hybrids, starting with President Bush and his energy initiative,'' said John Davi, a spokesman for CalCars, a technology advocacy group based in Palo Alto.
edu): $200,000 to support a spring 2008 conference on federal policy to promote plug-ins; -- CalCars (http://www.
PG&E's V2G demonstration marks an important milestone for plug-in vehicle technology," said Felix Kramer, Founder of CalCars.