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  • adj. made as part of the arts-and-crafts program at summer camp


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  • She began asking around for other camp-made objects.

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  • I had recovered enough in a week to send to Albany for a gang of ultram 50mg to blow up the Martense mansion and the reasonable top of Tempest Mountain with dynamite, vacate up all the camp-made drug fioricet, and bury episcopal nostalgic trees whose petty existence indulged an insult to sanity.

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  • They are of no use as food except to stimulate a feeble stomach or furnish a spurt of energy, but invaluable for flavoring camp-made soups and stews when you are far away from beef.

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  • It happened that the girls had each been given a cue by Julie, so that when the Grey Fox boys came into camp, Judith was found sweeping carefully with a camp-made broom, Amy and Betty were placing a tabletop upon its legs and then starting to set the table, and the other scouts were busy with other unusual things.

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  • Hirasuna found many other trinkets from her family's time in internment, and began asking around for other camp-made objects.

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