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C[edit]

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C sharp[edit]

  • C++ (as related term)

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C-section[edit]

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C4[edit]

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CA[edit]

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CASEVAC[edit]

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CBD[edit]

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CCF[edit]

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CD[edit]

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CD-R[edit]

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CD-ROM[edit]

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CD-RW[edit]

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CE[edit]

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CEA[edit]

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CFC[edit]

  • HCFC (as related term)
  • HFC (as related term)

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CFO[edit]

  • CXO (as related term)

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CHUI[edit]

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CIA[edit]

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CIO[edit]

  • CTO (as related term)
  • CFO (as related term)
  • CEO (as related term)
  • CCO (as related term)
  • AFL-CIO (as related term)
  • CXO (as related term)

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CMYK[edit]

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CO[edit]

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COO[edit]

  • CXO (as related term)

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CPC[edit]

  • CRAP (as coordinate term)

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CPT[edit]

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CPU[edit]

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CRC[edit]

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CRP[edit]

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CSF[edit]

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CSO[edit]

  • CTO (as related term)
  • CFO (as related term)
  • CEO (as related term)
  • CCO (as related term)
  • CXO (as related term)

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CST[edit]

  • EST (as related term)

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CTO[edit]

  • CXO (as related term)

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CV[edit]

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CVs[edit]

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California[edit]

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California roll[edit]

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Californian[edit]

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Calvinist[edit]

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CamelCase[edit]

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Canaan[edit]

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Canada[edit]

  • realize (as alternative spelling)

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Canada Dry[edit]

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Canadian French[edit]

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Canadianism[edit]

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Canadienne[edit]

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Canicula[edit]

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Cape Horn[edit]

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Cape of Good Hope[edit]

  • hope (as derived term)

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Capeverdean[edit]

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Capricorn[edit]

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Care Sunday[edit]

  • care (as derived term)

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Carey[edit]

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Carian[edit]

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Caribbean[edit]

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Carla[edit]

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Carling Sunday[edit]

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Carly[edit]

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Carole[edit]

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Carolina[edit]

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Carolinian[edit]

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Carpatho-Rusyn[edit]

  • Rusyn (as related term)

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Carrie[edit]

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Carthaginian[edit]

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Cary[edit]

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Castelnau's antshrike[edit]

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Catalan[edit]

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Cathi[edit]

  • Kathy (as alternative spelling)

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Cathie[edit]

  • Kathy (as alternative spelling)

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Catholic[edit]

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Catie[edit]

  • Katie (as alternative spelling)

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Cecil[edit]

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Celia[edit]

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Central European[edit]

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Central Standard Time[edit]

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Ceres[edit]

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Charlene[edit]

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Charlie Foxtrot[edit]

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Charlotte[edit]

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Chas[edit]

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Cheddaring[edit]

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Cheerio effect[edit]

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Chinaman[edit]

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Chinese juniper[edit]

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Chris[edit]

  • Kris (as alternative spelling)

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Chrissie[edit]

  • Krissy (as alternative spelling)

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Christ[edit]

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Christendom[edit]

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Christian[edit]

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Christianity[edit]

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Christianize[edit]

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Christie[edit]

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Christine[edit]

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Christmas[edit]

  • abbot (as derived term)

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Christmas season[edit]

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Christmas time[edit]

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Christmastide[edit]

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Christology[edit]

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Chukotka[edit]

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Ciaran[edit]

  • Kieron (as alternative spelling)

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Cl*[edit]

  • SC (as related term)

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Clarice[edit]

  • Clara (as related term)

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Classical Greek[edit]

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Claud[edit]

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Claudia[edit]

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Clintonesque[edit]

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Clintonian[edit]

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Clintonism[edit]

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Cockney rhyming slang[edit]

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Cognac[edit]

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Coke[edit]

  • coax (as homophone)

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Columbia[edit]

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Columbus[edit]

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Common Era[edit]

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Common Market[edit]

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Commonwealth[edit]

  • realize (as alternative spelling)

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Commonwealth English[edit]

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Communism[edit]

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Communist[edit]

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Comorian[edit]

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Coney Island[edit]

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Confucian[edit]

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Confucianist[edit]

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Coolgardie safe[edit]

  • safe (as derived term)

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Cor.[edit]

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Cora[edit]

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Coral Springs[edit]

  • coral (as derived term)

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Cornwall[edit]

  • Vlach (as related term)

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Coulomb gauge[edit]

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Cracker Jack[edit]

  • crack (as related term)

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Creator[edit]

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Crimean[edit]

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Croatia[edit]

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Crohn's disease[edit]

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Cross[edit]

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Cybil[edit]

  • Sibyl (as alternative spelling)

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Cyclopean[edit]

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Cyclopean architecture[edit]

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Cyclopes[edit]

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Cydonia[edit]

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Cygnus[edit]

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Cyril[edit]

  • Kirill (as alternative spelling)

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Cyrillic script[edit]

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Czechoslovakia[edit]

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Czechoslovakian[edit]

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