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  • n. Plural form of caldron (alternative spelling of cauldrons).

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Examples

  • Some analysts warn that even if Mr. Jonathan were to restore part of the subsidy, the concession wouldn't be enough to satisfy the thousands of protesters, who have turned city centers into caldrons of antigovernment sentiment.

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  • Another example is the fortuitous nuclear resonance in carbon, which enables helium to bootstrap inside the nuclear caldrons of stars.

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  • However, I do think that sometimes referees feel the heat in some of the worst football caldrons in the world like Azteca stadium.

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  • To the Rileys, the Magick Moon was simply a shop where people interested in witchcraft could buy books, incense, wands and caldrons.

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  • In the caldrons of punditry, hot words began to bubble: America has an enemy again, there's a new cold war.

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  • Flames of every sort writhed "in tortuous streams through the sand; wide caldrons filled with boiling fire, over which bent ghastly wretches stirring the strange brewing; and through all, crowds of half-clad men, looking like revengeful ghosts in the red light, hurried, throwing masses of glittering fire."

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  • The huge meals the knight got to eat whenever he wanted: beef and chicken and fish and caldrons of soup.

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  • Flavoured with rosewater and crushed mastic resin, Sahleb orchid in Arabic emerges from every street corner in steaming copper caldrons.

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  • The participants didn't know the soup was being replenished because the bowl was connected by a concealed tube to caldrons in the room next door.

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  • They wait for jobs in such caldrons of partisanship as the President's Council of Economic Advisers, the Federal Aviation Administration, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms and the Census Bureau.

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