to call, as to call an animal toward one; urge forward by calling.
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Also ca (with a year) about: ca. 476 b.c.
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How to use ca' in a sentence
Her campaign for Brazilian department store C&A helped push sales up 30 percent.
It is called The Intimate World of Abraham Lincoln, by the distinguished gay member of the Kinsey Institute, Dr. C. A. Tripp.
"M-a-c-a-r-o-n-i," said she, triumphantly, remembering her father's remark that there were no double letters in it.Marjorie's Busy Days | Carolyn Wells
It was formerly spelled s-v-a-s-t-i-c-a and s-u-a-s-t-i-k-a, but the later spelling, both English and French, is s-w-a-s-t-i-k-a.The Swastika | Thomas Wilson
"My c-a-p," timidly said the "new fellow," casting troubled looks round him.Madame Bovary | Gustave Flaubert
Small basket trays of willow work for parching corn, &c. A-le-kwi-kia ts-tche-pon-ne.Illustrated Catalogue of the Collections Obtained | James Stevenson
Well, then, b-e-c-a-u-s-e——When you find a good argument, put it into that blank.
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(in Britain) Consumers' Association
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