Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Same as calendary.

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Examples

  • Now, to the point: Senator Clinton made an unfortunate historical reference given the subject matter but in no way meant to invoke anything more than a calendaric reference to other extended primary campaigns and the fact that nothing can be taken for granted.

    Clinton apologizes for RFK assassination comment

  • Their chart is largely the same as the one I did with the NOAA data, but using the meteorological seasons rather than the calendaric e.g. DJF instead of JFM. oh and watch out if you want to test.

    RealClimate

  • On a mountain near Palma Sola, located in the Parque Nacional del Veladero, calendaric pearls and 18 stones of granite engraved with a giant human-like, zoomorphic and geometrical details were found.

    xml's Blinklist.com

  • "winter counts" or calendaric inscriptions, though their arithmetic was meager and crude, and their calendar proper was limited to recognition of the year, lunation, and day — or, as among so many primitive people, the

    The Siouan Indians

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