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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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Chalk cites the example of former racehorse owner Max Kingsley, who, after his departure from London Clubs, lost a case against the Gaming Board.
Chalk started career in grocery started at Sainsbury in 1986 and joined Tesco as a buying controller in 1992.
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because of his failing Thomas Wayne earlier, he will not fail Bruce Wayne," Chalk told IBT.
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Claire said: "When I was little I used to draw pictures with chalk with my friends outside all the time.
The ancient Romans lightened their skin with it and Regency aristocrats powdered their wigs with chalk to keep them bright white.
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