noun, plural cal·car·i·a [kal-kair-ee-uh]. /kælˈkɛər i ə/. Biology.
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noun, plural cal·car·i·a [kal-kair-ee-uh]. /kælˈkɛər i ə/. Glassmaking.
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A reverberatory furnace or calcar, for calcining or fritting the materials; 2.A Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures and Mines|Andrew Ure
It is also called the calcar, or spur, and is furnished with cilia or bristles at its extremity.Marvels of Pond-life|Henry J. Slack
The spur or calcar of the foot extends three-fourths of the distance between the foot and the tail.Animal Life of the British Isles|Edward Step
On the pre-axial side of the hallux is the supplemental digit, the prehallux or calcar.The Vertebrate Skeleton|Sidney H. Reynolds