Definition of Cames
1. came [n] - See also: came
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cames
Literary usage of Cames
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Early Records of the Town of Providence by Providence (R.I.). Record Commissioners (1901)
"oi - 14 - oo cames 18' I Jtem 13: glass bottles at 3s a paier of) 00-12-00 stockins at 9s IJ ., • ' &0 ^00-08-06 Jtem 2 brushes at is-6d ..."
2. The Rise of the Dutch Republic: A History. by John Lothrop Motley (1861)
"... Spanish generals—Hypocrisy of these demonstrations— Nature of the Mons capitulation—Horrible violation of its terms—Noir- cames at Mons—Establishment of ..."
3. Illustrated Technical Dictionary in Six Languages, English, German, French by Kurt Deinhardt, Alfred Schlomann (1908)
"... (m) durch schrägen Nocken working the gas valve M fl by a cam of variable Ч-Р-* lift commande (f) de la soupape à gaz par cames schräger Nocken (m) cam ..."
4. American Railroad and Corporation Reports: Being a Collection of the Current by John Lewis (1895)
"cames t& Dunton, for appellee. WILKIN, J. This is an action on the case by appellant against appellee, in the Circuit Court of Dekalb county, ..."
5. Synonyms Discriminated: A Complete Catalogue of Synonymous Words in the by Charles John Smith (1871)
"It cames on the mind to think of other matters over which that which is dismal casts a shade, being depressing to the feelings, and inducing gloom in the ..."