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calk

(kôk)
n.
1. A pointed extension on the toe or heels of a horseshoe, designed to prevent slipping.
2. A spiked plate that is fixed on the bottom of a shoe to prevent slipping and preserve the sole.

calk v.
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Over in Chicago, The Federal Savings Bank's Calk sits on the board of directors of the USO of Illinois, which helps veterans as they travel from duty station to duty station.
And he waxes enthusiastic over the troves' written materials and artifacts, such as the Calk Collection's Jacob's staff (a compass-like surveying instrument similar to the one George Washington used as a younger man).
If all else failed, he might leap onto the back of the last animal in the hitch and walk the length of the team in his calk boots, howling like a banshee.
The Federal Savings Bank is proud to help build the Chicago economy through local job creation and creating a standard of excellence around safe and sound lending to home buyers through intensive education," said Steve Calk, chairman and CEO of The Federal Savings Bank.
Once you have installed the water jacket into your stove, seal up the space around the protruding pipes with a good quality high-temp calk.
And he and Piers would pull off their calk boots and sit near the woodstove to let their wet work clothes dry, and talk about the timber and the mill and going fishing next Sunday.
The focal point of the power aisle is the in-store calk, where customers can sit down to eat prepared meals purchased at the store.
Calk, Chairman and CEO of Kansas-based National Bancorp Holdings, a member of the cooperative.
Kurd asked the participants to calk out the plan to boost the production of livestock in the country on modern lines.
RESERVES: Mall Road, Stonyford Spirit, Man Of Kings, Moreton Mist, Polo Prince, January Student, Ballymac Figo, Calk Black, Ballydaniel Davy, Doohoma Gambler, Kilcurra Davy.