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Their cauls provide them with physical invincibility—and, later, income, when they begin selling pieces for profit.Morgan Jerkins Memorializes a Swiftly-Changing Harlem in Her New Novel Caul Baby|Cady Lang|April 2, 2021|Time
Nevertheless, according to some writers, they lay a small piece of the caul upon the fire.
To roast a leg of lamb or mutton, remove the caul, the pink skin, and the superfluous fat.Woman's Institute Library of Cookery, Vol. 3|Woman's Institute of Domestic Arts and Sciences
Every means was used for the recovery o' the boy, but it was a' useless, he was quite deed an' caul'.Stories and Sketches|Harriet S. Caswell
She wears a white linen hood which shows the shape of the caul in which her hair is imprisoned.
Her hair is enclosed in a stiff square caul of gold wire over cloth of gold.