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(pronounced KAY-behl tray) See

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(pronounced KA-bree-ohl) This elegant term literally means “goat's leap” in Italian. Though it describes the graceful ballet move that a dancer makes when he or she extends a leg in midair and strikes the other leg against it, it

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(pronounced KA-dray or KAH-dree or KAH-dreh) This is a slippery little word because it can denote both an individual within a group and the group itself. More specifically, the aforementioned group is made up of people unified by some

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(pronounced KA-lehn-der-ing) Arguably a very strange term, calendaring is a finishing process where fabric is run through rollers at high temperatures and pressures with the goal of polishing its surface, making the fabric more lustrous and smooth. For example,

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(pronounced ka-leh-FOR-nyah keeng) In the USA, California King is the descriptive term for a mattress, bed frame, bedding, or bed foundation measuring 72" wide X 84" long. Also known as a “Western King,” the California King is the longest

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(pronounced ka-leh-FOR-nyah kween) See

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(pronounced kam-PAYN FUR-nih-chur) Closely associated with British and French military history and those countries’ colonialism, campaign furniture refers to furniture that is more easily portable due to its ability to fold, collapse, or be assembled / disassembled

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(pronounced kayn / kayn WEB-ing) Though caning refers to the corporeal punishment still meted out by the Singapore government, we’re referring to something much more benign and certainly more desirable. First off, cane is what you can probably guess

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(pronounced kant) Can too! Sans apostrophe, this combination of letters loses the meaning “can not.” No, this transitive verb means to tilt or set an angle. Add an “ed” to the end and it turns into an adjective describing

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(pronounced keh-PIH-chah-layt) This is a fancy word to say to give in or to yield. If you capitulate, then you acquiesce to another or a group, ceasing to resist to accept their actions, opinions, or way of thinking. Example: Even