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  • ce But never before have we seen you here, n 'est-ce pas?
  • cell Anyway, he's dead-they found him dead in his cell.
  • celt That is a humorous way of contrasting the jealous patriotism of the Scot with the passionate individualism of the Celt.
  • ceo Rob Fleming, member of the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia for Victoria-Swan Lake Barbara Hall, mayor of Toronto (1994–1997) Colin Hansen, member of the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia for Vancouver-Quilchena Derrick Haro, Candian diplomat (1953–1993) Lydia Hwitsun, former Chief of Cowichan Tribes Judi Tyabji, member of the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia for Okanagan-East Gary Lunn, former federal Minister, former Member of Parliament for Saanich-Gulf Islands Lorna Marsden, former president of York University Rabbie Namaliu, Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea (1988-1992) Adrian Norfolk, Ambassador of Canada to Qatar Barry Penner, former Member of the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia for Chilliwack-Hope and former president of the Pacific Northwest Economic Region (PNWER) Andrew Petter, Canadian constitutional law scholar, former Attorney-General of British Columbia, and current president of Simon Fraser University Carla Qualtrough, Member of Parliament and federal Minister Tamara Vrooman, former Deputy Minister of Finance of British Columbia and current Vancity CEO
  • cl Crown 8vo, cl., 3s. 6d. each; picture cl., flat back, 2s. each; post 8vo, illustrated boards, 2s. each; cloth limp, 2s. 6d. each.
  • col I telegraphed the news to the observatory on the Col du Pigeonnier, then walked back to the window and looked out.
  • eel Here was plenty to eat and drink-the nicest fat eels; and it was necessary to drink brandy-snaps after eating them, "to keep them down," the eel-man had said; and his words were acted upon here with all due honour.
  • gel "We'll beat 'em, gel! My gough, yes, we'll beat 'em!" he cried, with a flash of his black eyes and a masterful lift of his eyebrows.
  • Cal About a third of the way through the meal Jim Cal shuffled in.
  • Del "So your sympathies are," said Del Fuego, quite calmly, "with the big nation which-" "Pardon me, pardon me, President," said Barker, warmly; "my sympathies are with no nation.
  • Mel You refuse to believe in Old Mel?
  • Tel The shorter form is written Khna by the Greeks: in the Tel el-Amarna tablets it is Kinakhkhi, while Canaan, the longer form, is Kinakhna.
  • CPL CPL models allow advertisers to pay only for qualified leads as opposed to clicks or impressions and are at the pinnacle of the online advertising ROI hierarchy.
  • REL Hence Rel is equivalent to a full subcategory of the category Sup of complete lattices and their sup-preserving maps.

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