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C
The grapheme Čč is used in various contexts, usually denoting the voiceless postalveolar affricate consonant like the English ch in the word chocolate. It is represented in Unicode as U+010C and U+010D .

C
Ċ is a letter of the Latin alphabet, formed from C with the addition of a dot. It is used in Maltese to represent a voiceless postalveolar affricate, equivalent to English ch . It is occasionally used in Old English for the same reason, to distinguish it from c pronounced as , which otherwise is spelled the same

C
The grapheme Ć , formed from C with the addition of an acute accent, is used in various languages. It usually denotes , the voiceless alveolo-palatal affricate, including in phonetic transcription

C
C is the third letter in the basic modern Latin alphabet.-History:⟨C⟩ comes from the same letter as ⟨G⟩. The Semites named it gimel. The sign is possibly adapted from an Egyptian hieroglyph for a staff sling, which may have been the meaning of the name gimel

C'est la Vie (comic strip)
"C'est la Vie" is a comic strip by Jennifer Babcock. It is syndicated on the web by Universal Press Syndicate.Before it was picked up for syndication, C'est la Vie premiered in UCLA's Daily Bruin. It was also self-published by the artist on the web.

C'est La Vie (Robbie Nevil song)
"C'est La Vie" is a popular song by American singer Robbie Nevil from his self-titled debut album in 1986. The song was first recorded by gospel singer Beau Williams for his 1984 album Bodacious!.

C'mon
- Songs :*"C'mon", a song on the Rustic Overtones album ¡Viva Nueva!*"C'mon", a song on Guster's Ganging Up on the Sun*"C'mon", a song on Mario's self titled album*"C'mon", a song by The Screaming Jets from their 1991 album All for One

C-Note (album)
C-Note is the second live album by Prince and The New Power Generation, released in 2003. Its genre is jazz, with four tracks taken from soundchecks during the One Nite Alone... tour.All five tracks are named after the location they were recorded in

C-Note (band)
C-Note is a boy band from Orlando, Florida. The group scored success in 1999 with their debut album, Different Kind of Love.-History:

C-Note (rapper)
C-Note is an American rapper from Texas, active on the Houston screw scene. He was formerly a member of the Botany Boyz, part of the Screwed Up Click scene first started by DJ Screw. His first album, Third Coast Born, was an underground success, eventually reaching #67 on Billboard's Top R&B/Hip Hop albums chart

C.
c. may refer to:* Circa: in genealogy and historical writing, c. means circa, and is used when the dates of events are approximately known

C.O.D.
C.O.D. was an American electro musician , who had a hit with "In the Bottle" which was released on Emergency Records in 1983. The track reached #54 in the UK Singles Chart in May 1983.

C18
C18 may refer to:* a Chrysler Buccaneer - a 18 foot long daysailer* HMS C18, a submarine* Sauber C18, a Formula One racing car* Caldwell 18 , a dwarf spheroidal galaxy of the Local Group in the constellation Cassiopeiaand also :

C4 (band)
C4 was an American heavy metal band that formed in 2000. Comprising vocalist Dan Lenegar, guitarist and keyboardist Michael Angelo Batio, bassist William Kopecky and drummer John Mrozek, the band released one album – Call to Arms in 2001.-History:

CA
The term CA commonly means:* California, a U.S. state* Canada, a nation on the North American continent* Chartered Accountant* Compressed Air, such as "CA Piping"

CA1 (gene)
Carbonic anhydrase 1 is an enzyme that in humans is encoded by the CA1 gene.-Further reading:

CA3
CA3 may refer to:* Carbonic anhydrase III, muscle specific, a human gene* Cornu Ammonis region 3, one of the hippocampal subfieldsCA-3 may refer to:* California's 3rd congressional district* California State Route 3Ca.3 may refer to :

CA4
Carbonic anhydrase 4 is an enzyme that in humans is encoded by the CA4 gene.-External links:*

CAAC
CAAC is an acronym which may refer to the following:* Civil Aviation Administration of China, an administrative body of the People's Republic of China* Capital Area Activities Conference, a high school sports league centered around Lansing, Michigan

Cab
The word cab has a number of meanings, most of which are abbreviations:In transport:* Cabriolet, a horse-drawn carriage* Taxicab* Cabin * Cab , the driving compartment of a locomotive

Cab
Čab is a village and municipality in the Nitra District in western central Slovakia, in the Nitra Region.-Geography:The village lies at an altitude of 154 metres and covers an area of 8.155 km². It has a population of about 710 people.-External links:

Cabal (Michael Dibdin novel)
Cabal is a novel by Michael Dibdin, and the third entry in the Aurelio Zen series.When, one dark night in November, Prince Ludovico Ruspanti fell a hundred and fifty feet to his death in the chapel at St. Peter's, Rome, there were a number of questions to be answered. The answer the Vatican housekeepers want is rubber-stamped suicide

Cabala
Cabala may refer to one of several systems of Mysticism:* Kabbalah, the religious mystical system of Judaism

Caballar
Caballar is a municipality located in the province of Segovia, Castile and León, Spain. According to the 2004 census , the municipality has a population of 104 inhabitants.

Caballero (surname)
Caballero, the Spanish word for "knight" and a common surname, can refer to:In politics:* Anna Caballero, member of the California State Assembly* Bernardino Caballero, the President of Paraguay from 1880 until 1886 and founder of the Colorado Party

Cabana
A cabana or cabaña may mean:Structures:*a small hut built with a thatched roof, most commonly built in tropical climates near bodies of water, or

Cabana (structure)
A cabana or cabaña is a structure of either of these types: an 'indigenous hut' or a 'recreational structure'.-Indigenous hut:A small hut built with a thatched roof, most commonly built in tropical climates near natural bodies of water.

Cabaret
Cabaret is a form, or place, of entertainment featuring comedy, song, dance, and theatre, distinguished mainly by the performance venue: a restaurant or nightclub with a stage for performances and the audience sitting at tables watching the performance, as introduced by a master of ceremonies or emcee .Cabaret also refers to a Mediterranean-style

Cabaret (Das Ich album)
Cabaret is the thirteenth album of Das Ich.-Track listing:#"Moritat"– 5:08#"Atemlos"– 4:32#"Macht"– 6:12#"Paradigma"– 4:53#"Fluch "– 5:04#"Opferzeit"– 4:47#"Schwarzes Gift"– 5:37#"Nahe"– 5:05#"Zuckerbrot & Peitsche"– 5:14#"Cabaret"– 8:04

Cabaret (Limited Box)
Cabaret is an edition of Cabaret by German band Das Ich that features remixes from several bands, including Stillste Stund, Adversus,Seelenzorn, and Metallspürhunde.-Track listing:Disc 1: Cabaret#"Moritat"– 5:08#"Atemlos"– 4:32

Cabbage
Cabbage is a popular cultivar of the species Brassica oleracea Linne of the Family Brassicaceae and is a leafy green vegetable

Cabbage (disambiguation)
The cabbage is a leafy vegetable.Cabbage may also refer to:*A type of Control car used in the United States*A slang term for money, particularly cash or Federal Reserve Notes*The nickname of Wesley Correira, American mixed martial arts fighter

Cabbie
Cabbie may refer to:* A taxicab driver* A Lee C Kearns, a.k.a The Cabbie the stand up comedian and vantriloquist* Lee Mroszak, a.k.a. Crazy Cabbie, deejay and former regular guest on The Howard Stern Show* Cabbie Richards, Canadian TV personality

Caber (comics)
Caber is a fictional character in the Marvel Universe.Caber is one of the Celtic gods of Avalon, a warrior god. Caber is a good friend to Leir and usually accompanies him in battle.-Fictional character biography:

Cabezon
Cabezón is the Spanish word for "stubborn" or "big-headed". Cabezon or cabezón may refer to:In Chile, cabezon means intelligent.-Fish species:* Cabezone , a species of fish in the Cottidae family

Cabin
Cabin may refer to:* Cabin. A small, roughly built house usually with a wood exterior and typically found in rural areas* Log cabin, a small house built from logs with basic utilities* Cottage, a dwelling, typically in a rural, or semi-rural location

Cabin (truck)
The cab of a truck is an enclosed space in a truck where the driver is seated. The word originated as a short form of cabriolet, not cabin. Some may refer to the tractor unit of a semi-trailer truck as a cab, but this is not the subject of this article

Cabin Fever (Lost)
"Cabin Fever" is the 11th episode of the American Broadcasting Company's fourth season of the serial drama television series Lost and 83rd episode overall. It was aired on May 8, 2008 on ABC in the United States and on CTV in Canada. The episode was written by supervising producer Elizabeth Sarnoff and Kyle Pennington and directed by Paul Edwards

Cabinet
Cabinet may refer to* Cabinet , a private room serving as a retreat, furnished with books and works of art, usually adjacent to a bedchamber.* Cabinet * Cabinet , a council of high-ranking members of government

Cabinet (European Commission)
In the European Commission, a cabinet is the personal office of a European Commissioner. The role of a cabinet is to give political guidance to its Commissioner, while technical preparation is handled by the DGs .-Composition:The Commissioner's cabinets are seen as the real concentration of power within

Cabinet (room)
A cabinet was one of a number of terms for a private room in the domestic architecture and that of palaces of early modern Europe, a room serving as a study or retreat, usually for a man. The cabinet would be furnished with books and works of art, and sited adjacent to his bedchamber, the equivalent of the Italian Renaissance studiolo

Cable (foreign exchange)
Cable is a foreign exchange term used for the GBP/USD currency pair rate . It derives its name from the Transatlantic Cable, a steel cable laid under the Atlantic Ocean in 1858, telegraphically linking the UK with the USA, enabling messages with currency prices to be transmitted between the London and New York Exchanges

Cable length
A cable length or cable's length is a nautical unit of measure equal to one tenth of a nautical mile or 100 fathoms, or sometimes 120 fathoms. The unit is named after the length of a ship's anchor cable in the age of sail

Cabo Verde (Cesária Évora)
Cabo Verde is an album by Cesária Évora.- Track listing :# "Tchintchirote" # "Sabine Larga'm" # "Partida" # "Sangue de Beirona" # "Apocalipse"

Cabochon
A cabochon , from the Middle French caboche , is a gemstone which has been shaped and polished as opposed to faceted. The resulting form is usually a convex top with a flat bottom. Cutting en cabochon is usually applied to opaque gems, while faceting is usually applied to transparent stones

Caboose
A caboose is a manned North American rail transport vehicle coupled at the end of a freight train. Although cabooses were once used on nearly every freight train, their use has declined and they are seldom seen on trains, except on locals and smaller railroads.-Function:The caboose provided the train crew with a shelter at the rear of the train

Cabotage
Cabotage is the transport of goods or passengers between two points in the same country by a vessel or an aircraft registered in another country. Originally starting with shipping, cabotage now also covers aviation, railways and road transport

Cabriolet (carriage)
A cabriolet is a light horse-drawn vehicle, with two wheels and a single horse. The carriage has a folding hood that can cover its two occupants, one of whom is the driver. It has a large rigid apron, gracefully upward-curving shafts, and usually a rear platform between the C springs for a groom

Caca
Caca or CACA may refer to:*Caca , a goddess in Roman mythology*Cory Allen Contemporary Art*Chinese American Citizens Alliance*Lucas de Deus Santos or Cacá , Brazilian football player

Cacao
Theobroma cacao also cacao tree and cocoa tree, is a small evergreen tree in the family Sterculiaceae , native to the deep tropical region of the Americas. Its seeds are used to make cocoa powder and chocolate

CACAO
CACAO is a research Java Virtual Machine developed at Vienna University of Technology. It compiles the class binaries while running , resulting in faster execution

Cache
In computer engineering, a cache is a component that transparently stores data so that future requests for that data can be served faster. The data that is stored within a cache might be values that have been computed earlier or duplicates of original values that are stored elsewhere

Cache-sexe
A cache-sexe is an item, often a small garment, that covers its user's genitals. The most common style, seen in Western G-strings and Japanese Fundoshis, has a triangle of material attached at the corners to straps or strings around the waist and between the legs, that fasten the triangle over the genitals

Cachen
Cachen is a commune in the Landes department in Aquitaine in south-western France.

Cachet
In philately, a cachet is a printed or stamped design or inscription, other than a cancellation or pre-printed postage, on an envelope, postcard, or postal card to commemorate a postal or philatelic event. There are official and private cachets. They commemorate everything from the first flight on a particular route, to the Super Bowl

Cachet (disambiguation)
Cachet, in philately, is a design or inscription other than a cancellation or pre-printed postage.Cachet may also refer to:*Seal , an impression printed on, embossed upon, or affixed to a document

Cachi
Cachi is a small city in Salta Province Argentina. It is the capital of the Cachi Department.-Etymology:Although it is often stated that the name is derived from Quechuan and means salt since "the snow of this hill reminds of the color of salt," it is more likely that the name is of Cacán etymology : kak - chi : silent stone.-Location:Cachi is found in

Cachorro
Cachorro is a 2004 Spanish gay-themed drama film written and directed by Miguel Albaladejo

Cachou
Cachou may refer to:* Catechu, a medicinal aromatic drug; the same as gambier, also called Terra Japonica* Cachou , a French punk rock vocalist and guitarist* Cachou , a sweet or breath freshener

Cacique
Cacique is a title derived from the Taíno word for the pre-Columbian chiefs or leaders of tribes in the Bahamas, Greater Antilles, and the northern Lesser Antilles

Cacique (disambiguation)
Cacique is a Native American title for a chief or leader.Cacique may also refer to:* Cacique * Cacique * Cacique , from Venezuela* Cacique Guaro, a brand of alcohol from Costa Rica

Cacique (horse)
Cacique is a retired Thoroughbred racehorse who competed in Europe and the United States. Bred and raced by Khalid Abdullah's Juddmonte Farms, Cacique is the son of the great international Champion sire, Danehill. He was out of the fantastic mare, Hasili whose damsire, Kahyasi, won the 1988 Epsom and Irish Derbys

Cacodemon
A cacodemon is an evil spirit or a demon. The opposite of a cacodemon is an agathodaemon or eudaemon, a good spirit or angel

Cacography
Cacography is deliberate comic misspelling, a type of humour similar to malapropism.The term in the sense of "poor spelling, accentuation, and punctuation" is a semantic antonym to orthography, and in the sense of "poor handwriting" it is an etymological antonym to the word calligraphy: cacography is from Greek κακός + γραφή .A common

Coosa County, Alabama
Coosa County is a county of the U.S. state of Alabama. Its name derives from a town of the Creek tribe. As of 2010 the population was 11,539, but since that time it has lost the most population by percentage of any Alabama county

Copa Airlines
Compañía Panameña de Aviación, S.A., operating as Copa Airlines ', is an airline based in Panama City, Panama, and serves as Panama's flag carrier

Cope2
Fernando Carlo is a graffiti artist from the South Bronx, New York. He has been writing graffiti since 1978-79, and has gained international credit for his work. Though he is now known worldwide, he didn't receive recognition in the mainstream graffiti world until the mid-1990s.Cope2's cousin "Chico 80" influenced Cope into writing

Copernicus (lunar crater)
Copernicus is a prominent lunar impact crater named after the astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus, located in eastern Oceanus Procellarum. It is estimated to be about 800 million years old, and typifies craters that formed during the Copernican period in that it has a prominent ray system.- Characteristics:Copernicus is visible using binoculars, and is located slightly northwest of the

Copiah County, Mississippi
As of the census of 2000, there were 28,757 people, 10,142 households, and 7,494 families residing in the county. The population density was 37 people per square mile . There were 11,101 housing units at an average density of 14 per square mile

Copper extraction
Copper extraction techniques refers to the methods for obtaining copper from its ores. This conversion consists of a series of chemical, physical, and electrochemical processes. Methods have evolved and vary with country depending on the ore source, local environmental regulations, and other factors.As in all mining operations, the ore must usually be beneficiated

Copper indium gallium selenide
Copper indium gallium selenide is a I-III-VI2 semiconductor material composed of copper, indium, gallium, and selenium. The material is a solid solution of copper indium selenide and copper gallium selenide

Copper(I) chloride
Copper chloride, commonly called cuprous chloride, is the lower chloride of copper, with the formula CuCl. The substance is a white solid sparingly soluble in water, but very soluble in concentrated hydrochloric acid

Copper(I) iodide
Copper iodide is the inorganic compound with the formula CuI. It is also known as cuprous iodide. It is useful in a variety of applications ranging from organic synthesis to cloud seeding.

Copper(I) oxide
Copper oxide or cuprous oxide is the inorganic compound with the formula Cu2O. It is one of the principal oxides of copper. This red-coloured solid is a component of some antifouling paints. The compound can appear either yellow or red, depending on the size of the particles, but both forms degrade to copper oxides in moist air

Copper(II) acetate
Copper acetate, also referred to as cupric acetate, is the chemical compound with the formula Cu2 where OAc- is acetate . The hydrated derivative, which contains one molecule of water for each Cu atom, is available commercially. Anhydrous Cu2 is a dark green crystalline solid, whereas Cu22 is more bluish-green

Copper(II) chloride
Copper chloride is the chemical compound with the formula CuCl2. This is a light brown solid, which slowly absorbs moisture to form a blue-green dihydrate. The copper chlorides are some of the most common copper compounds, after copper sulfate.

Copper(II) oxide
Copper oxide or cupric oxide is the higher oxide of copper. As a mineral, it is known as tenorite.-Chemistry:It is a black solid with an ionic structure which melts above 1200 °C with some loss of oxygen

Copperas Cove, Texas
Copperas Cove is a city located in central Texas at the southern corner of Coryell County, with city limits extending into neighboring Bell and Lampasas Counties. Founded in 1879 as a small ranching and farming community, today the city is the largest in Coryell County, with more than 30,000 residents

Copperplate
Copperplate may refer to:* any form of intaglio printing using a metal plate , or the plate itself** engraving** etching* Copperplate script, a style of handwriting and typefaces derived from it

COPS (TV series)
Cops is an American documentary/reality television series that follows police officers, constables, and sheriff's deputies during patrols and other police activities

Coptic alphabet
The Coptic alphabet is the script used for writing the Coptic language. The repertoire of glyphs is based on the Greek alphabet augmented by letters borrowed from the Demotic and is the first alphabetic script used for the Egyptian language

Coptic language
Coptic or Coptic Egyptian is the current stage of the Egyptian language, a northern Afro-Asiatic language spoken in Egypt until at least the 17th century. Egyptian began to be written using the Greek alphabet in the 1st century

Copwatch
Copwatch is a network of activist organizations in the United States and Canada that observe and document police activity while looking for signs of police misconduct and police brutality

Copy protection
Copy protection, also known as content protection, copy obstruction, copy prevention and copy restriction, refer to techniques used for preventing the reproduction of software, films, music, and other media, usually for copyright reasons.- Terminology :Media corporations have always used the term copy protection, but critics argue that the term tends to

Copyright
Copyright is a legal concept, enacted by most governments, giving the creator of an original work exclusive rights to it, usually for a limited time

Cora Almerino
Cora Almerino is a well-known Cebuano Visayan writer. Her poems were included in Sinug-ang: A Cebuano trio published by Women in Literary Arts in 1999.-References:* -- defunct

Coral
Corals are marine animals in class Anthozoa of phylum Cnidaria typically living in compact colonies of many identical individual "polyps". The group includes the important reef builders that inhabit tropical oceans and secrete calcium carbonate to form a hard skeleton.A coral "head" is a colony of myriad genetically identical polyps

Coral Castle
Coral Castle is a stone structure created by the Latvian American eccentric Edward Leedskalnin north of the city of Homestead, Florida in Miami-Dade County at the intersection of South Dixie Highway and West 157th Avenue. The structure comprises numerous megalithic stones , each weighing several tons

Coral Eugene Watts
Carl Eugene Watts , also known by his nickname Coral, was an American serial killer dubbed "The Sunday Morning Slasher"

Coral Records
Coral Records was a Decca Records subsidiary formed in 1949. It recorded pop artists McGuire Sisters and Teresa Brewer, as well as rock and roller Buddy Holly.

Coral reef
Coral reefs are underwater structures made from calcium carbonate secreted by corals. Coral reefs are colonies of tiny living animals found in marine waters that contain few nutrients. Most coral reefs are built from stony corals, which in turn consist of polyps that cluster in groups. The polyps are like tiny sea anemones, to which they are closely related

Coral Sea
The Coral Sea is a marginal sea off the northeast coast of Australia. It is bounded in the west by the east coast of Queensland, thereby including the Great Barrier Reef, in the east by Vanuatu and by New Caledonia, and in the north approximately by the southern extremity of the Solomon Islands

Coral Sea Islands
The Coral Sea Islands Territory includes a group of small and mostly uninhabited tropical islands and reefs in the Coral Sea, northeast of Queensland, Australia. The only inhabited island is Willis Island

Coral snake
The coral snakes are a large group of elapid snakes that can be subdivided into two distinct groups, Old World coral snakes and New World coral snakes

Corazon Aquino
Maria Corazon Sumulong Cojuangco-Aquino was the 11th President of the Philippines and the first woman to hold that office in Philippine history. She is best remembered for leading the 1986 People Power Revolution, which toppled Ferdinand Marcos and restored democracy in the Philippines

Corbet
Corbet is a small village and townland in County Down, Northern Ireland, near Banbridge. In the 2001 Census it had a population of 95 people. It lies within the Banbridge District.

Corbin Bleu
Corbin Bleu Reivers , known professionally as Corbin Bleu, is an American actor, model, dancer, producer, and singer-songwriter. He performed in the High School Musical film series, the Discovery Kids drama series Flight 29 Down, and the Disney Channel Original Movie Jump In!

Corchorus
Corchorus is a genus of about 40-100 species of flowering plants in the family Malvaceae, native to tropical and subtropical regions throughout the world.

Cordele, Georgia
Cordele, also known as The Watermelon Capital of the World, is a city in Crisp County, Georgia, United States. The population was 11,608 at the 2000 census. The city is the county seat of Crisp County

CORDIC
CORDIC is a simple and efficient algorithm to calculate hyperbolic and trigonometric functions

Cordillera Administrative Region
The Cordillera Administrative Region is a region in the Philippines composed of the provinces of Abra, Apayao, Benguet, Ifugao, Kalinga and Mountain Province, as well as Baguio City, the regional center. The Cordillera Administrative Region encompasses most of the areas within the Cordillera Central mountains of Luzon, the largest mountain range in the country

Cordwood construction
Cordwood construction is a term used for a natural building method in which "cordwood" or short pieces of debarked tree are laid up crosswise with masonry or cob mixtures to build a wall.-Construction:Walls are usually constructed such that the pieces of wood are "proud" of

Cordyline
Cordyline is a genus of about 15 species of woody monocotyledonous flowering plants in family Asparagaceae, subfamily Lomandroideae. The subfamily has previously been treated as a separate family Laxmanniaceae, or Lomandraceae. Other authors have placed the genus in the Agavaceae

Core sample
A core sample is a cylindrical section of a naturally occurring substance. Most core samples are obtained by drilling with special drills into the substance, for example sediment or rock, with a hollow steel tube called a core drill. The hole made for the core sample is called the "core hole". A variety of core samplers exist to sample different media under different conditions

Core-mantle boundary
The core–mantle boundary lies between the Earth's silicate mantle and its liquid iron-nickel outer core. This boundary is located at approximately 2900 km of depth beneath the Earth's surface. The boundary is observed via the discontinuity in seismic wave velocities at that depth

Coretta Scott King
Coretta Scott King was an American author, activist, and civil rights leader. The widow of Martin Luther King, Jr., Coretta Scott King helped lead the African-American Civil Rights Movement in the 1960s.Mrs

Corinne Roosevelt Robinson
Corinne Roosevelt Robinson was the younger sister of former President of the United States Theodore Roosevelt and an aunt of former First Lady of the United States, Eleanor Roosevelt.-Early years:

Corinth (town), New York
Corinth is a town in Saratoga County, New York, USA. The population was 5,985 at the 2000 census. The town contains a village also named Corinth. The town is on the northeast border of the county, north of Saratoga Springs. It regards itself as the "snowshoe capital of the world." The town is named after the ancient Greek city of Corinth, which received one of St

Corinth Canal
The Corinth Canal is a canal that connects the Gulf of Corinth with the Saronic Gulf in the Aegean Sea. It cuts through the narrow Isthmus of Corinth and separates the Peloponnesian peninsula from the Greek mainland, thus effectively making the former an island. The builders dug the canal through the Isthmus at sea level; no locks are employed

Coriolanus (play)
Coriolanus is a tragedy by William Shakespeare, believed to have been written between 1605 and 1608. The play is based on the life of the legendary Roman leader, Gaius Marcius Coriolanus.-Characters:*Caius Martius, later surnamed Coriolanus

Coriolis effect
In physics, the Coriolis effect is a deflection of moving objects when they are viewed in a rotating reference frame. In a reference frame with clockwise rotation, the deflection is to the left of the motion of the object; in one with counter-clockwise rotation, the deflection is to the right

Cork (material)
Cork is an impermeable, buoyant material, a prime-subset of bark tissue that is harvested for commercial use primarily from Quercus suber , which is endemic to southwest Europe and northwest Africa

Cork Institute of Technology
Cork Institute of Technology , formerly the Regional Technical College, Cork, is an Institute of Technology in Ireland, located in Cork, Ireland opened in 1973. The institute has 17,000 students in art, business, engineering, music and science disciplines

Cork Oak
Quercus suber, commonly called the Cork Oak, is a medium-sized, evergreen oak tree in the section Quercus sect. Cerris. It is the primary source of cork for wine bottle stoppers and other uses, such as cork flooring. It is native to southwest Europe and northwest Africa.It grows to up to 20 m, although it is typically more stunted in its native environment

Corleone family
The Corleone family is a fictional Sicilian Mafia family settled in New York City. The family was created by Mario Puzo and appears in his 1969 novel The Godfather, as well as the acclaimed film trilogy of the same name directed by Francis Ford Coppola. The family was founded by Vito Corleone , who was from Corleone, Sicily, in Italy

Corm
A corm is a short, vertical, swollen underground plant stem that serves as a storage organ used by some plants to survive winter or other adverse conditions such as summer drought and heat .

Cormorant
The bird family Phalacrocoracidae is represented by some 40 species of cormorants and shags. Several different classifications of the family have been proposed recently, and the number of genera is disputed.- Names :

Corn Belt
The Corn Belt is a region of the Midwestern United States where corn has, since the 1850s, been the predominant crop, replacing the native tall grasses. By 1950, 99% of the corn was grown from hybrids. Most corn is fed to livestock, especially hogs and poultry. In recent decades soybeans have grown in importance. The U.S

Corn flakes
Corn flakes are a popular breakfast cereal originally manufactured by Kellogg's through the treatment of maize. A patent for the product was filed on May 31, 1895, and issued on April 14, 1896.-History:

Corn Island (Kentucky)
Corn Island is a now-vanished island in the Ohio River, at head of the Falls of the Ohio, just north of Louisville, Kentucky.-Geography:Estimates of the size of Corn Island vary with time as it gradually was eroded and became submerged. A 1780 survey listed its size at

Corn Palace
The Corn Palace is a multi-purpose arena/facility located in Mitchell, South Dakota. It is a popular tourist destination, visited by more than 500,000 people each year. The Moorish Revival building is decorated with Crop art; the murals and designs covering the building are made from corn and other grains

Corn smut
Corn smut is a pathogenic plant fungus that causes smut disease on maize and teosinte

Corn Snake
The Corn Snake , or Red Rat Snake, is a North American species of Rat Snake that subdues its small prey by constriction. The name "Corn Snake" is a holdover from the days when southern farmers stored harvested ears of corn in a wood frame or log building called a crib

Corn stover
Corn stover consists of the leaves and stalks of maize plants left in a field after harvest and consists of the residue: stalk; the leaf, husk, and cob remaining in the field following the harvest of cereal grain.” Stover makes up about half of the yield of a crop and is similar to straw

Corn syrup
Corn syrup is a food syrup, which is made from the starch of maize and contains varying amounts of maltose and higher oligosaccharides, depending on the grade. Corn syrup is used in foods to soften texture, add volume, prevent crystallization of sugar, and enhance flavor

Cornea transplant
Corneal transplantation, also known as corneal grafting, is a surgical procedure where a damaged or diseased cornea is replaced by donated corneal tissue in its entirety or in part

Corneal dystrophies in dogs
Corneal dystrophy is not uncommon in some canine breeds.-Treatment:Suboptimal vision caused by corneal dystrophy usually requires surgical intervention in the form of corneal transplantation. Penetrating keratoplasty is commonly performed for extensive corneal dystrophy

Corneal topography
Corneal topography, also known as photokeratoscopy or videokeratography, is a non-invasive medical imaging technique for mapping the surface curvature of the cornea, the outer structure of the eye

Corneal ulcer
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