Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In the burrowing pelecypod mollusk Pholas, a calcareous septum secreted after the completion of the burrow and occupying the pedal gape of the valves.
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“For the custome to beare travell, is to tolerate griefe: Labor callum obducit dolori.”
“It has been in the Celtic blood from the beginning of time; and gillie-callum, over the swords, the throbbing, squeezing, square reel, the sultry Highland Schottische, and the rest of the figures, will last until the last trump sounds the last morning.”
“And when that callum, schirrus, or incrustation, drawn over it by nature, and hardened by custom in sin, is once flayed off, the conscience becomes so pliant and supple, that the least imaginable touch is painful unto it.”
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