proprietary name for a type of liquid gas sold in Britain, 1936, from Latin calor, literally "heat" (see calorie).
Examples from the Web for calor
The governor's car with its police escort rolled through the streets of Calor, en route to the roadblock at the hotel road.
The wave of humanity extended inward to the slopes of El Viejo and along the beach to Calor.
There was a clear view from the front of the hotel down the slopes of the foothills to the town of Calor.
"Maybe to Calor, for shopping or sightseeing," Scotty replied.
Montoya stepped behind them as though taking a stroll through the Calor public gardens.