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  • al Want any help in locking up, Al?"
  • ca Under working, that is, deliberately working slowly so as to avoid doing a full day's work, "soldiering," as it is called in this country, "hanging it out," as it is called in England, "ca canae," as it is called in Scotland, is almost universal in industrial establishments, and prevails also to a large extent in the building trades; and the writer asserts without fear of contradiction that this constitutes the greatest evil with which the working-people of both England and America are now afflicted.
  • cc Experiment 43.-Pour 5 cc.
  • cd What about the current which flows in coil cd?
  • cl Cl., 3s. 6d.
  • cm 18. It is 5-12 cm.
  • co Quick - call the co-op!"
  • col At that critical juncture Col.
  • cr CQ = CR . sin PCR = CP . tan PCR.
  • cs CS Mindelense – football, the oldest club in Cape Verde Also there are sports teams based in a city subdivision CD Falcões do Norte - Chã de Alecrim, northern part SC Farense de Fonte Filipe SC Ribeira Bote - based in the subdivision of Ribeira Bote All football (soccer) clubs play at Estádio Municipal Adérito Sena which is located next to the city center to the east, it is situated near the stream of Ribeira Bote.
  • ct Although there have been numerous patents granted to inventors of automatic-sprinklers since the early part of the present century, yet their practical use and introduction has been subsequent to the invention of the sealed automatic-sprinkler by Henry S. Parmelee of New Haven, Ct., about twelve years ago. This device being the first, and for many years the only automatic-sprinkler manufactured and sold, and actually performing service over accidental fires, to him belongs the distinction of being the pioneer, and practically the originator, of the vast work done by automatic-sprinklers in reducing destruction of property by fire.
  • cu M. E. blaber, cp. Cu. blab, to tell a secret.
  • cv Bulletin, 1907, CV: 41-45.
  • fl "A year after I had left the convent my grandfather came and told me in the presence of my governess that Count Fl-- had asked my hand for his son, who was coming from Madrid end would arrive that day.
  • il " Il y a de cela," said the Maire good-naturedly.
  • tl
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  • C Cookson, of C.C.C., Oxford.
  • Cal California Farmer San Francisco, Cal.
  • L
  • BL Lam. Fam. Malleacea, Lam. Margaritacea, Bl. -Descr.
  • CB 1 3 4 2 d'c' + cb + e'd + ea' > ba'{0} - - = - = =
  • CF 35, 53, 54, 66; cf.
  • CK (3) CK = OC' sin[theta] - C'K cos[theta] = G' sin[theta] - A[mu] sin[theta] cos[theta].
  • CW Bon Voyage" was first broadcast on May 15, 2007 in the United States on The CW.
  • LC
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  • PL
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  • CPL The Antigua Hawksbills was a dormant Caribbean Premier League (CPL) franchise based in Antigua and Barbuda, playing its home games at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Saint Peter Parish, Antigua.
  • KL
  • CZ Class C airspace is usually a control zone (CZ) for a large airport.

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