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Calvert

[kal-vert] /ˈkæl vərt/
noun
1.
Charles (3rd Baron Baltimore) 1637–1715, English colonial administrator in America: governor (1661–75) and proprietor (1675–89) of Maryland (grandson of George Calvert).
2.
Sir George (1st Baron Baltimore) c1580–1632, British statesman: founder of the colony of Maryland.
3.
his son, Leonard, 1606–47, first colonial governor of Maryland 1634–47.
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  • Calvert, my friend, is a lover as well as a painter of nature.

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  • Calvert and I have been helping our neighbors to get in the harvest.

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  • Strangely enough, she did not judge him for posing as Major Calvert's nephew.

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  • I learned from Major Calvert that his half-sister's—your mother's—name was Loring.

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  • He had been proven honest, proven Major Calvert's nephew, proven free.

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British Dictionary definitions for Calvert

Calvert

/ˈkælvət/
noun
1.
Sir George, 1st Baron Baltimore. ?1580–1632, English statesman; founder of the colony of Maryland
2.
his son, Leonard. 1606–47, English statesman; first colonial governor of Maryland (1634–47)
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