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