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cal·ci·um car·bon·ate

an astringent, an antacid, and a calcium dietary supplement.
See also: calcite.
Synonym(s): chalk, creta
A regional term for any abuse substance consumed as a white powder, e.g., methamphetamine, amphetamine, cocaine

cal·ci·um car·bon·ate

(kalsē-ŭm kahrbŏ-nāt)
Astringent, antacid, and dietary supplement.
See also: calcite
Synonym(s): chalk.

chalk,

n an abrasive agent made from compact calcite.
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Expect a much more polished display from Quartz Du Montceau today, and a comprehensive reversal of that form with Beware Chalk Pit under the catch-me-if-you-can tactics which suit him so well.
Christine Downes, 51, drove with husband Christopher, 54, to a secluded chalk pit near Andover in Hampshire last October 9 and they gassed themselves in the car.
The judge condemned Courtney Barker, 22, over a stunt which went horrifically wrong at a flooded chalk pit known as the Blue Lagoon.
Tragedy struck on July 28 last year when Barker, his girlfriend Claire Armstrong, 23, friend Ryan Purdy, 22, and the children had visited a flooded chalk pit known as the Blue Lagoon at Arlesey, Beds.
Despite not having a driving licence, tax, MOT or insurance, he would drive the family around and take them to the flooded chalk pit in Arlesey, known as the Blue Lagoon.
The court heard that tragedy struck on July 28, 2001 when Barker, Miss Armstrong, their friend Ryan Purdy, aged 22, and the children travelled to a flooded chalk pit known as the Blue Lagoon at Arlesey, Bedfordshire, to sunbathe and swim.
Dushy gets Best treatment James Best was seen to good effect with a forceful ride on the lazy Dushy Valley, making the most of a light weight in the 3m2f chase to beat Beware Chalk Pit by nine lengths.
In December 1926, she parked a police search when her car was found abandoned in a chalk pit on the Surrey Downs.
Moments later, he lost control of the car and it flew off the cliff and plunged into the deep waters of an old chalk pit known as the Blue Lagoon.
The court heard that tragedy struck on July 28 last year when Barker, Miss Armstrong, their friend Ryan Purdy, 22, and the children travelled to a flooded chalk pit to sunbathe and swim.
Moments later, he lost control of the car and it flew off the cliff and plunged into the deep waters of a disused chalk pit known as the Blue Lagoon, killing the children.
But Barker's 'appalling driving' saw the vehicle plunge into the chalk pit, Miss Butler told the jury.