Calker


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Calk´er


n.1.One who calks.
2.A calk on a shoe. See Calk, n., 1.
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In the distance, the hammers of some calkers pounded the hull of a ship, and the sultry breeze brought them an odour of tar.
Gardner's, I was able to command the highest wages given to the most experienced calkers. I was now of some impor- tance to my master.
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Van Calker, "Both adenosine [A.sub.1] and [A.sub.2]-receptors are required to stimulate microglial proliferation," Neurochemistry International, vol.
Artists will submit de signs to a panel of experts led by former Foreign Minister Baroness Calker.
Al atender a la literatura sobre el desarrollo de HHSS en la poblacion general y clinica, diferentes autores estiman que entre el 7 y 10% de la poblacion tiene algun tipo de dificultades en la expresion de sus HHSS, lo que podria ser considerado, tal como lo plantean algunos autores (Hecht, Genzwurker, Helle y Calker, 2005; Hecht y Wittchen, 1988), un deficit en la competencia social.
[32] VAN CALKER, K.J.; BERENTSEN, P.B.M.; GIESEN, G.W.J.; HUIRNE, R.B.M.
Van Calker, "Both adenosine [A.sub.1]- and [A.sub.2]-receptors are required to stimulate microglial proliferation," Neurochemistry International, vol.