Examples from the Web for calvin
Dalbesio made it clear that Calvin Klein never labeled her “plus size,” nor treated her differently than the other waifish models.
In brief defense of Calvin Klein, the fashion designer never called Delbasio “plus-size”—at least not exactly.
By 15, Shields was saying: “Nothing comes between me and my Calvins” in an advert for Calvin Klein underwear.
Justin Bieber for Calvin Klein: Have we found the next Marky Mark?Justin Bieber for Calvin Klein; David Lynch Designs Activewear|The Fashion Beast Team|July 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“Brands like Calvin Klein, among others, have special lines that come with his and hers pieces,” Steinberg says.
Involuntarily she rose to her feet; Calvin rose too, looking anxiously down at her.The Wooing of Calvin Parks|Laura E. Richards
Sermons of Calvin, Bullinger, and Latimer are all that we have to illustrate his work during the next two years.A Short History of English Printing, 1476-1898|Henry R. Plomer
The organ and choir were alike abolished, and the service reduced to a simplicity which would have satisfied Calvin.History of the English People, Volume V (of 8) |John Richard Green
To give Calvin his due, he was only for chopping off the head of Servetus.
Considering the weakness of his body Calvin's labors were prodigious.Beacon Lights of History, Volume VI|John Lord
British Dictionary definitions for calvin
Word Origin and History for calvin
John Calvin (1509-1564), Protestant leader, born Jean Caulvin, the surname related to French Chauvin (cf. chauvinism), from Latin calvus "bald," from PIE *kle-wo- "bald."