[ US /ˈkɔɫdɝ/ ]
- United States sculptor who first created mobiles and stabiles (1898-1976)
How To Use Calder In A Sentence
- I believe it has its own atmosphere because it is built in what you call a caldera, but I may have picked that information up from like a Syfy TV movie about the Coming Global Superstorm, or invented it in my own mind. Television Without Pity
- This is in direct contrast to earlier work which argues that these calderas were not united until a central caldera formed late in the volcano's lifespan.
- Calderon sat out the final quarter with what he called a hamstring cramp in Wednesday's loss to the Sixers in Philadelphia. Tsn.ca Top Stories RSS
- At the May state dinner for Mexican President Felipe Calderón, prickly pear cactus showed up in vermeil wine coolers, and Dowling also tucked a few among the in the centerpieces of fuchsia roses and Cattleya orchids. White House florist shows Obamas' relaxed style
- That brief confrontation with Luke Calder had unsettled her far more than the incident in the garage, if she was honest.
- He insists it was an "abstemious" occasion, but warm beer was put in a bucket of ice and then Dr Calder knocked the bucket and one of the corks shot out and hit him in the eye, blinding it. Kiwiblog
- I want to see what shadows are cast by a Calder mobile dangling from an ear, or to hear what kind of percussive music it creates. Body Sculpture Crafted by Calder
- Additionally, volcanoes are grouped by type, from the stratovolcanoes to rhyolite caldera complexes and monogenetic fields. Volcanoes in Mexico
- Like Calder, he tried to memorize salient landmarks as they wound upward through the mountains. THE ENDLESS GAME
- Pipe and dyke structures are not obvious in all the mapped calderas, suggesting either that the feeder pipes are below seismic resolution at this structural level, or that they are concentrated on caldera margins.