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Carʹillons

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in France, are chimes or tunes played on bells; but in England the suites of bells that play the tunes. Our word carol approaches the French meaning nearer than our own. The best chimes in the world are those in Les Halles, at Bruges.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Cardinals
Cardinal’s Red Hat
Carduel
Care-cloth (The)
Care killed the Cat
Care Sunday (the fifth Sunday in Lent)
Carême
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Caricatures
Carillons
Carinæ
Carle or Carling Sunday [Pea Sunday]
Carlovingian Dynasty
Carludovica
Carmagnole
Carmelites
Carmilhan
Carminative
Carmine
Carnation