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  • n. One who operates a calender (more properly a calendrer).

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. See calendrer.


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  • When he was in his early twenties, Holker worked in the Manchester textile trade as an apprentice calenderer, a skilled job in which cloth was pressed between rollers to make it smooth.

    'The Industrial Revolutionaries'

  • Examples are Armour for armourer, Barter for barterer, Buckler for bucklerer, but also for buckle-maker, Callender for calenderer, one who calendered, i.e. pressed, cloth

    The Romance of Names

  • National Petroleum cooperation (NNPC) Mr. Tim Amaya made a numbered time (fixed) deposit for twelve calenderer month valued at US

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  • a calenderer of stuffs, who, Strype says, 'lived in very good reputation and plenty, and was a gentleman, bearing for his coat of arms on a field gules, three keys erected.

    English Book Collectors


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