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He commanded him somewhat sharply to let it alone, and he himself stowed it safely within the calash.
A MODERN ALADDINHOWARD PYLE
He scoured the neighbourhood round St Petersburg in a calash at a cost of about four pounds.
"The calash is his," returned the other, shaking his head and walking quietly away from the stand.
THE PATHFINDERJAMES FENIMORE COOPER
I would rather have won this calash than have obtained fifty new suits of sails for the Scud!
THE PATHFINDERJAMES FENIMORE COOPER
Perhaps you will be disposed to sell that calash, Mabel, when it has been a short time in your possession?
THE PATHFINDERJAMES FENIMORE COOPER
The greater number of those who came a-horseback were gone, and there had also departed both berlins, the calash, and two chaises.
AUDREYMARY JOHNSTON
The public vehicle called a victoria is a sort of four-wheeled calash, and it has entirely superseded the volante for city use.
Mrs. Trist has been so kind as to have your calash made, but either by mistake of the maker or myself it is not lined with green.
At the moment they got out of their calash, the Count d'Erfeuil perceived them and took Oswald aside to speak to him.
Her calash was untied, and her curly locks had escaped their ribbon and hung in picturesque confusion about her face.
PEGGY OWEN AT YORKTOWNLUCY FOSTER MADISON

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