Where there had been shops and hotels, there were now heaps of rubble and calcined bricks.
In three hours nothing but calcined bones and ashes are left.
Three calcined lumps, not wholly consumed, appeared to interest him.
It is the disposal of the calcined remains; the ashes of the deceased.
It is a most repellent tract of desert just there, calcined and blasted.
The calcined matter is raked out, and lixiviated with water.
The materials to be calcined fall into it, through a chimney 6.
To this purpose, he calcined an ounce of Magnesia in a strong fire.
I was also desirous to compare the action of the calcined Magnesia with the other.
The average yield of calcined clay-iron stone is 35% of iron.