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calx

 [kalks]
1. lime or chalk.
2. heel.

calx

, gen.

cal·cis

, pl.

cal·ces

(kalks, kal'sis, kal-sēs),
1. Synonym(s): lime (1)
2. The posterior rounded extremity of the foot. Synonym(s): calcar pedis, heel (2)

calx

, pl. calces (kalks, kal'sēz)
1. Synonym(s): lime (1) .
2. The posterior rounded extremity of the foot.
Synonym(s): heel (1) .
[L. limestone]

calx

, pl. calces (kalks, kal'sēz)
1. Synonym(s): lime (1) .
2. The posterior rounded extremity of the foot.
Synonym(s): heel (2) .
[L. limestone]
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In full accord with Plinian tradition, he adds in his chapter on earths a remark on the "four types of sulphur"; similarly, in the following chapters he closely follows Pliny (and / or Vitruvius) in his remarks on gypsum, limestone (calx), lime (calx viva), pumice (pumex), glass (vitrum), obsidian and the mysterious "millstone" (cotis).
Decalcomanie is not only derived from decalquer but it is also related to "caulk," the Middle English caulken, which is derived from Old North French cauquer (to trample), which is in turn derived from "Latin calcare, from calc- calx, heel." Thought within this complexity of signifiers "caulk" means "to stop up and make tight against leakage (as a boat or its seams, the cracks in a window frame, or the joints of a pipe)." Then, if the underlying element (though not etymologically for cartography means: "the art or technique of making maps or charts.
The English scientist informed Lavoisier of his recent experiment with "the calx of mercury" (mercuric oxide).
Areas incisivas de ambas mandibulas con una lamina cortante distal separada de un dientecillo incisivo proximal por una escotadura incisiva; margenes internos sin dientes; area molar de la mandibula izquierda con el lobulo distal (M1) bien desarrollado; acia poco prominente, redondeada, brustia levemente setosa; area molar de la mandibula derecha con 3 rebordes bien diferenciados; calx prominente y brustia levemente setosa.
Nos dice Maria Moliner en su Diccionario de uso del espanol que esta palabra viene del latin inculcare, <<apretar una cosa pisandola>>, voz formada por calcare, 'pisar' y calx, -cis, 'talon', de ahi que signifique <<apretar una cosa contra otra>>.
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4) con dos denticulos posteriores a la escotadura incisiva bien definidos, el proximal cuadrangular, calx alargado y barbula abundante.
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