Calmar

All Noun
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  • Then he sent off people to take his ships east to Calmar. Cited from Heimskringla [Norwegian Kings], by Snorri Sturlson
  • He was mayor of Calmar one or two years, and recorder many years.
  • This was the famous Calmar Union, which held Norway captive for more than four hundred years. Cited from Historical Tales, The Romance of Reality, Vol. 9, by Charles Morris
  • A large fire further damaged Conover, and many inhabitants (and buildings) moved back to Calmar.
  • Sweet will be the song of Death to Orla, from the voice of Calmar. Cited from Poetical Works, Vol. 1, by Lord Byron
  • The wooden building, shaped like a letter E, occupied half a city block at the corner of Main and Calmar Streets.
  • Who would share the spoils of battle with Calmar? Cited from Poetical Works, Vol. 1, by Lord Byron
  • He discovered that his agency went rogue, and he left with the aid of Calmar, another agent of the CIA.
  • Calmar is the home to one of two campuses of Northeast Iowa Community College.
  • He was the husband of film director Edith Calmar.
  • South of the unincorporated community of Festina, the route straightens out on its way to Calmar.
  • Baron Wrede called on me: he had observed the Eclipse at Calmar and brought his drawing, much like mine. Cited from Autobiography of Sir George Biddell Airy, by George Biddell Airy
  • Wizard Lake is a lake in Alberta located south of Calmar.
  • Calmar is a town in central Alberta, Canada.
  • At Calmar the road turns to a southwest-northeast orientation.
  • Later versions of the Calmar ratio introduce the risk free rate into the numerator to create a Sharpe type ratio.
  • In the same year, the Conover terminal was transferred to Calmar, including the railroad depot, freight house, and side tracks.
  • Why should her voice curse Orla, the destroyer of Calmar? Cited from Poetical Works, Vol. 1, by Lord Byron
  • It is located in Calmar Township, about west of Calmar and about southwest of Decorah, the county seat.
  • The Calmar Union was no longer satisfactory to the people of Sweden, who were bitterly opposed to being ruled by a Danish king. Cited from Historical Tales, The Romance of Reality, Vol. 9, by Charles Morris
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