CASK


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AcronymDefinition
CASKCalcium/Calmodulin-Dependent Serine Protein Kinase
CASKCreative Art Space for Kids Foundation (Lynbrook, NY)
CASKCommunity Advanced Starter Kit (software)
CASKChesapeake Association of Sea Kayakers (Tidewater, VA)
CASKCost of Available Seat-Kilometer (airline industry)
References in classic literature ?
Casks and chests of it, casks and chests of it, oodles and oodles, a fathom under the sand," chattered the Ancient Mariner.
As long as you keep up your end, I'll sail with you to the Pit 'n' back an' watch you sweatin' the casks 'n' chests out of the sand.
Whilst he slept, there came by a carter with a cart drawn by three horses, and loaded with two casks of wine.
At this point Grimaud stopped and was preparing to make a hole with his gimlet, when he found a spigot; he therefore placed his tankard under it and turned the spout; something, whatever it was the cask contained, fell silently into the tankard.
Grimaud, thinking that they had come, as he had, to try the port wine, effaced himself behind his cask and consoled himself with the reflection that if he were discovered the crime was not a great one.
And he knows the full casks," said Blaisois, "for he has already been in the hold with Monsieur le Chevalier d'Artagnan.
He drew some cognac from the cask into a tin cannikin.
I shall give orders to have these two casks transported whither you please.
They are two casks, one containing powder, and the other balls; I wish these casks to be transported to the little hamlet at the mouth of the river, and which I intend to occupy to-morrow with two hundred muskets.
Let these casks be fastened on to the horse, and let them be escorted by two men and you to the residence of this gentleman, who is my friend.
And sure enough, when the forty casks of wine containing forty gallons each were brought alongside of the ship, they disappeared down the thirsty comrade's throat in no time; and when they were empty he remarked:
But they were not long without light, for they had not gone far when they heard the crowd forcing the door; and, looking back among the low-arched passages, could see them in the distance, hurrying to and fro with flashing links, broaching the casks, staving the great vats, turning off upon the right hand and the left, into the different cellars, and lying down to drink at the channels of strong spirits which were already flowing on the ground.