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  • n. Plural form of callop.


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  • It was every bit as ood as it had sounded, and the iced curacao lousse with strawberries, which followed the callops and salmon served with watercress auce, mushrooms and truffles, left her in a Peasant state of repletion which, however, didn't revent her getting up to dance at his suggestion with every sign of pleasure.

    The Course Of True Love

  • He cut off some callops from the joint, and then, after frying the meat with Carlis's assistance, they ate it together.

    History of King Charles the Second of England

  • Behind the figure of the Knight, and the aforesaid arms of Edgecomb, impaling, a cheveron letiveen three es - callops; and under the said arms, on a scroll, is dils inscrip - tion:

    Collins's peerage of England; genealogical, biographical, and historical


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