Instances are the patents issued to Messrs. calkin and Muller.
The calkin's soap ware was packed away on the top shelf of the pantry.
This suggests at once that a preventive is to be found in substituting a calkin that is low and square.
Sylvia meditated selling enough calkin's soap to buy a new one, and stow that away in Mr. Allen's room.
Treads, too, especially with the calkin of the hind-shoe, are especially apt to end in this way.
Mrs. Jim Jones had a mirror which she had earned by selling calkin's soap, which Sylvia considered much handsomer.
“Mrs. Jim Jones has got a beautiful one she bought selling calkin's soap,” she said.
Or, on the same branch, may be turned up a calkin of sufficient height for the purpose.