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  • Riz au Lait or the same made with tiny elbow macaroni, rice cooked down in milk and then heavily sweetened was simply the one weighty snack meant to fill up or caler her growing children on the cheap, to insulate them against the cold and damp of winter or to simply add on the pounds, an old-fashioned way to help them grow faster and protect their bodies against whatever could ail them.

    Jamie Schler: Riz au Lait: The Frenchman's Ultimate Comfort Food

  • They said Prof Bengu had asked teachers 'organisations to comment on the caler but had "regrettably" neglected to negotiate directly with the profession.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • (_caler_) and then become a 'derelict' (completely _dégradé_).

    All Afloat A Chronicle of Craft and Waterways


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