Definition of Calcimined
1. calcimine [v] - See also: calcimine
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Literary usage of Calcimined
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1. New Edition of the Babylonian Talmud (1903)
"There are three kinds of stones: (i) a stone originally hewn for a statue is prohibited; (2) if calcimined and decorated, or otherwise somewhat renewed for ..."
2. The Elementary School Teacher and Course of Study by JSTOR (Organization), University of Chicago School of Education (1902)
"It was a flat-surface frame, with the door opening outward. The frame was covered with heavy paper and calcimined to resemble the bark of an oak tree. ..."
3. Popular Mechanics Shop Notes (1911)
"Preparing calcimined Ceilings for Wallpaper A size made of vinegar with a little paste added to give body and make it easy to apply kills the lime in the ..."
4. Supplement to the Codes and General Laws of the State of California of 1915 by California, James Henry Deering (1917)
"... thereof during daytime) be calcimined or painted or papered with a light-colored material, and such calcimine, paint or paper, as the case may be, ..."
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