calkins

Cal·kins

(kahl'kinz),
Leroy Adelbert, U.S. obstetrician-gynecologist, 1894-1960. See: Calkins sign.

calkins

turned down portion of the heel of a horseshoe, designed to reduce slipping on worn stones or icy surfaces. Called also calks, frost studs.
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Old Calkins nearly died of heart disease when he saw the devastation I had wreaked upon it.
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Remodeling the workshop: Lucy Calkins on writing instruction today.
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com)-- Calkins Publishing Company, LLC was founded to being new perceptions to public attention in the fields of science and art.
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