Greek kalends
Greek calends Greek calends or Greek kalends Greek kalends A time that will never come, as the Greeks had no calends. [Webster 1913 Suppl.]

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  • Greek kalends — or calends A metaphorical expression for a time never likely to arrive, inasmuch as the Greeks had no calends …   Black's law dictionary

  • Greek kalends — or calends A metaphorical expression for a time never likely to arrive, inasmuch as the Greeks had no calends …   Black's law dictionary

  • greek kalends — noun plural see greek calends …   Useful english dictionary

  • greek kalends — A colloquial expression to signify a time indefinitely remote, there being no such division of time known to the Greeks …   Black's law dictionary

  • greek kalends — A colloquial expression to signify a time indefinitely remote, there being no such division of time known to the Greeks …   Black's law dictionary

  • Greek calends — or Greek kalends Greek kalends A time that will never come, as the Greeks had no calends. [Webster 1913 Suppl.] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • kalends, Greek — Greek kalends or calends A metaphorical expression for a time never likely to arrive, inasmuch as the Greeks had no calends …   Black's law dictionary

  • kalends, Greek — Greek kalends or calends A metaphorical expression for a time never likely to arrive, inasmuch as the Greeks had no calends …   Black's law dictionary

  • Greek calends — Greek kalends or calends A metaphorical expression for a time never likely to arrive, inasmuch as the Greeks had no calends …   Black's law dictionary

  • Greek calends — Greek kalends or calends A metaphorical expression for a time never likely to arrive, inasmuch as the Greeks had no calends …   Black's law dictionary

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