Definitions for calderˈkɔl dər
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Alexander, 1898–1976, U.S. sculptor.
Calder, Alexander Calder(noun)
United States sculptor who first created mobiles and stabiles (1898-1976)
Calder is a residential neighbourhood in northwest Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The area was originally part of the Hudson's Bay Company reserve and was settled by employees of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway. As described below, Calder was originally an independent village incorporated under the name of West Edmonton that was developed to house the workforce at the railway's roundhouse, repair shop and shunt yards. Calder became a part of the City of Edmonton in 1917. The neighbourhood is bounded by 127 Street to the west, 132 Avenue to the north, 113A Street to the east, and 127 Avenue to the south. It also includes a small area south of 127 Avenue and north of the Canadian National rail line between 124 Street and 127 Street.
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