Montoya stared through the window at the tiny harbor of calor.
"Maybe to calor, for shopping or sightseeing," Scotty replied.
The governor's car with its police escort rolled through the streets of calor, en route to the roadblock at the hotel road.
They must persuade the fishermen to load their families and villagers, then come to calor.
He had muttered something about going into calor for a supply of cigars.
There is generally, by this time, an increased heat in the parts; with the sensation termed "calor mordens."
Montoya stepped behind them as though taking a stroll through the calor public gardens.
Past calor, at the airport, troops not needed on the perimeter waited for their planes.
Not until they had reached the outskirts of calor did they find what had happened.
Within a half hour he was on his way to the hospital at calor, crushed and unconscious.
calor cal·or (kāl'ôr, -ər, kā'lôr)
The bodily heat indicating an inflammation.