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cal US English

Calendar

Cal US English

Large calorie(s)

CAL US English

Computer-assisted (or -aided) learning

CAL New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

computer-assisted (or -aided) learning

Cal. US English

California

caliber US English

The quality of someone’s character or the level of someone’s ability

cal in caliber US English

The quality of someone’s character or the level of someone’s ability

calorie New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

unit of energy needed to heat 1 gram of water by 1°C small calorie, abbreviation cal or 1 kilogram by 1°C large calorie, abbreviation Cal; not now in scientific use

cal. in caliber US English

The quality of someone’s character or the level of someone’s ability

calorie US English

Either of two units of heat energy

cal. in calorie US English

Either of two units of heat energy

low-cal US English

Short for low-calorie.

high-cal US English

Short for high-calorie.

Ripken, Cal US English

Jr. (1960-), US baseball player; full name Calvin Edward Ripken, Jr.; nickname Iron Man. A shortstop and later a third baseman, he played for the Baltimore Orioles 1982–2001. He holds the major league record of 2,632 consecutive games played. Baseball Hall of Fame (2007)

NorCal US English

Northern California

SoCal US English

Southern California

month US English

Each of the twelve named periods into which a year is divided

Advent calendar US English

A calendar containing small numbered flaps, one of which is opened on each day of Advent, typically to reveal a picture appropriate to the season

Jewish calendar US English

A complex ancient calendar in use among the Jews

Julian calendar US English

A calendar introduced by the authority of Julius Caesar in 46 bc, in which the year consisted of 365 days, every fourth year having 366 days. It was superseded by the Gregorian calendar though it is still used by some Orthodox Churches. Dates in the Julian calendar are sometimes designated “Old Style.”

Gregorian calendar US English

The calendar introduced in 1582 by Pope Gregory XIII, as a modification of the Julian calendar

perpetual calendar US English

A calendar that can be adjusted to show any combination of day, month, and year, and is therefore usable year after year

French Republican calendar US English

A reformed calendar officially introduced by the French Republican government on October 5, 1793


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