Calder

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Calder

  1. A botanical plant name author abbreviation for botanist James Alexander Calder (1915-1990).

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 Calder on Wikipedia
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 River Calder on Wikipedia

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Calder

  1. A river in West Yorkshire, England, which flows into the River Aire.
  2. A river in Cumbria, England, which flows into the Irish Sea at Sellafield.
  3. A river in Lancashire, England, which joins the River Ribble.
  4. A river in Lancashire which joins the River Wyre at Catterall.
  5. a tributary of the River Spey in the Highlands of Scotland.
  6. A river in Renfrewshire council area, Scotland, which flows into Castle Semple Loch.
  7. A short river in Tasmania, Australia.
  8. A short river in Victoria, Australia.
  9. A river in Kimberley, Western Australia which flows into the Indian Ocean.
  10. A surname​.

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