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  • Smell for smell, the interior of that hotel may have harbored a worse one than the odor of henhouse which pervaded ours, I hope from the materials for calcimining the rooms on the patio.

    Familiar Spanish Travels

  • Having faith in Major Bagley's word, the house was cleaned from top to bottom, much painting and calcimining having been done.

    Army Letters from an Officer's Wife, 1871-1888

  • Finishing touches installation stained glass windows drum octagon removal scaffolding exterior interior edifice interior calcimining dome drum octagon tuckpointing cleaning floodlighting entire structure completed synchronizing closing weeks glorious twelvemonth annals Holy Faith.

    Dawn of a New Day

  • The finishing touches of the installation of stained glass windows in the drum and octagon, the removal of scaffolding from the exterior and interior of the edifice, the interior calcimining of the dome, drum and octagon, tuck-pointing, cleaning and floodlighting the entire structure have been completed, synchronizing with the closing weeks of the glorious, twelve-month annals of the Holy Faith.

    Messages to the Bahá’í World: 1950–1957

  • A recent job of calcimining had transformed the room from a dirty grayish, white to a soft shade of pink; the old-fashioned furniture had been "done over," and glowed dully in the fading light.

    The Pride of Palomar

  • The opening of day schools of carpentry, plumbing and calcimining for the children of the capitalist is already producing results.

    Winsome Winnie and other New Nonsense Novels

  • Smell for smell, the interior of that hotel may have harbored a worse one than the odor of henhouse which pervaded ours, I hope from the materials for calcimining the rooms on the _patio.

    Familiar Spanish Travels

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