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calcar

[′kal‚kär]
(zoology)
A spur or spurlike process, especially on an appendage or digit.
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Formation of the Tuscan Nappe unit: LIM: "Calcare Secifero di Limano" formation; RSA: "Rosso Ammonitico" formation; MAS: "Calcare Massiccio" formation; RET: "Raethavicola Contorta" formation, Late Triassic dolomitic-limestones; ctc: cataclastic formation made by a polygenic breccias of mainly metamorphic limestone clasts.
Then we customize a package of medicine, diet and exercise." The medicines prescribed are Calcare Carb (for the laid back individual), Graphites (for the shy and the timid), and Natrumual 6x (for the active).
--Susan Harman, coordinator CalCARE www.dissentmagazine.org/online.php ?id=268 In addition to discussing and addressing these criticisms, we worked diligently with school administrators to answer any questions from teachers, both informally and during formal presentations to all teachers in the buildings.