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  • n. Plural form of callus.


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  • A labyrinth of tiny roads, which are called calli, corti and fondamenta , weaves around the multicolored buildings.

    Awakening the Sleepy Island of Burano

  • Carsten 'calli' Wartmann, author of several articles and books about Blender, created the German training DVD called "Blender DVD Seminar - 3D-Grafik und Animation mit freier Software".


  • Ms. Hill issued a statement reaffirming her testimony and calli ng Mrs. Thomas's entreaty "inappropriate."

    Seeking Apology, Justice Thomas's Wife Baffles Conservatives

  • From the square, a series of calli lead to a court under repair, dominated by a white three-story house with a small statue of St. Mary on the windowsill.

    Awakening the Sleepy Island of Burano

  • The term temascal, as often used today in Mexico, comes from temazcalli, a Nahuatl or Classical Aztec word compounded from tletl (fire), mozcoa (to bathe), and calli (house).

    The Temascal: Traditional Sweat Bath

  • She has her calli turned off for a while, and thinks if she talks to him, and he does, he might want to get together again, because of her looks.

    Archive 2010-06-01

  • Tertiary education institution considering a calli initiative.

    Archive 2010-06-01

  • Appearing on Countdown (yesterday with David Shuster), Thom Hartmann defended the unions and the workers, calling Republican refusal to help the auto industry an attempt to break the unions and calli ...

    Thom Hartmann: Thom Hartmann Defends the Auto Workers on Countdown

  • LEBANON, Virginia -- Sen. John McCain played the gender card on Tuesday night, seizing on a hackneyed statement by Sen. Barack Obama to claim, rather implausibly, that the Democratic nominee was calli ...

    Ari Melber: McCain Plays Gender Card in Pig Ploy

  • After running up and down a maze of calli, I found myself, once again, in the street of olives.

    The Chef’s Apprentice


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