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California (Belinda Carlisle song)
"California" is a pop song written by Rick Nowels, Billy Steinberg and Maria Vidal, produced by David Tickle for Belinda Carlisle's sixth studio album A Woman and a Man

California (CTA Blue Line)
California is a station on the Chicago Transit Authority's 'L' system, serving the Blue Line. From California, trains run every 2-7 minutes during rush-hour periods, and take 12 minutes to reach the Loop.-History:

California (CTA Pink Line)
California is a station on the Chicago Transit Authority's 'L' system, serving the Pink Line. The station opened on March 10, 1902, as part of the Metropolitan West Side Elevated Railroad's Douglas Park branch.-Bus connections:CTA* #21 Cermak

California (Dutch Ship)
California is the most famous of four Dutch clippers launched in 1853. An iron-hulled clipper, she was built by Fop Smit and mastered by F.C. Jaski for the company L. Bienfait & sn. On the maiden voyage Jaski sailed her in 86 days from The Downs to Port Adelaide, delivering a hundred English immigrants.

California (Low song)
"California" is a single by Duluth, Minnesota slowcore group Low, released in 2004 from the album The Great Destroyer. It includes a Quicktime video for "Death of a Salesman."-Track listing:#"California" – 3:26

California (Mylène Farmer song)
"California" is a 1995 song recorded by the French artist Mylène Farmer. It was the third single from her fourth studio album, Anamorphosée, and was released on 26 March 1996. The song marked the only collaboration with American movie screenwriter and director Abel Ferrara who directed the very expensive music video in which Farmer appears both as a bourgeois woman and a prostitute

California Poppy (album)
California Poppy is the third/junior album by California band OPM, released on July 18, 2006. It spawned three singles: "For Tonight" and "Rock Me Slow" in 2006 and "Lion's Pride" in 2007.-Track listing:# "Intro" - 0:30# "For Tonight" - 3:43

Californian
Californian is an adjective describing something related to the American state of California.It can also refer to:Periodicals:* The Bakersfield Californian, Bakersfield, California* The Salinas Californian, Salinas, California

Californium
Californium is a radioactive metallic chemical element with the symbol Cf and atomic number 98. The element was first made in the laboratory in 1950 by bombarding curium with alpha particles at the University of California, Berkeley. It is the ninth member of the actinide series and was the sixth transuranium element to be synthesized

Caliper (disambiguation)
Caliper  may refer to:* Caliper * The part of a disc brake assembly that squeezes the rotor* The part of a bicycle rim brake assembly that squeezes the pads onto the rim* Caliper Corporation, a software firm

Caliph
The Caliph is the head of state in a Caliphate, and the title for the ruler of the Islamic Ummah, an Islamic community ruled by the Shari'ah. It is a transcribed version of the Arabic word   which means "successor" or "representative"

Calisthenics
Calisthenics are a form of aerobic exercise consisting of a variety of simple, often rhythmical, movements, generally using multiple equipment or apparatus. They are intended to increase body strength and flexibility with movements such as bending, jumping, swinging, twisting or kicking, using only one's body weight for resistance

Call
Call may refer to:* A type of betting in poker* Animal communication, a song or noise made by an animal such as:** Bird call, part of a bird song* A command in square dancing, delivered by a caller* Call option, a term in stock trading

Call girl
A call girl or female escort is a sex worker who is not visible to the general public; nor does she usually work in an institution like a brothel, although she may be employed by an escort agency

Call the Shots
"Call the Shots" is a song performed by British all-female pop group Girls Aloud, taken from their fourth studio album Tangled Up . The song was written by Miranda Cooper, Brian Higgins and his production team Xenomania, and produced by Higgins and Xenomania

Calla
Calla is a genus of flowering plant in the family Araceae, containing the single species Calla palustris

Callan
-Surname:* Aela Callan, Australian news reporter* Alan Callan, businessman, musician, and filmmaker* Clair Armstrong Callan , Nebraska Democratic politician* Colm Callan , Irish rugby union player* Curtis Callan , U.S. physicist

Callas (disambiguation)
- People :* Maria Callas, Greek soprano and opera singer* Charlie Callas , American comedian and actor* Zoe Callas, a character in the USA Network series, Law & Order: Criminal Intent- Other :

Caller
Caller may refer to:* Caller , a party that originates a call* Caller , a person that calls dance figures in round dances and square dances* Caller, the Catalan equivalent of Cagliari

Calles
Calles is a municipality in the comarca of Los Serranos in the Valencian Community, Spain.

Calligraphy
Calligraphy is a type of visual art. It is often called the art of fancy lettering . A contemporary definition of calligraphic practice is "the art of giving form to signs in an expressive, harmonious and skillful manner"

Calling
A game call is a device that is used to mimic animal noises to attract or drive animals to a hunter.Many hunters can be divided into two categories. The first group sits silent, motionless and hidden until a game animal wanders or flies into view. This tried-and-true hunting method takes plenty of game, but some people prefer a more 'active' approach

Calling (album)
Calling is an EP released by Unsraw on March 28, 2007. The release is a limited release, having only two thousand copies pressed.-Track listing:#"Introduction" – 1:51#"Black Out" – 3:27#"Last Quarter" – 4:33#"Under the Skin" – 3:46

Calling (B'z song)
Calling is the twenty-second single by B'z, released on July 9, 1997. This song is one of B'z many number-one singles in Oricon chart. The song was used as a theme of TV drama Glass Mask, an adoption of shōjo manga. It sold over a million copies according to Oricon.-External links:*

Calliope
In Greek mythology, Calliope was the muse of epic poetry, daughter of Zeus and Mnemosyne, and is now best known as Homer's muse, the inspiration for the Odyssey and the Iliad.

Calliope (television program)
Calliope is a children's program that showed various animated shorts. These often included unusual, European features and shorts such Cosgrove Hall's "Cinderella" and "The Pied Piper of Hamelin", and FilmFair's Paddington.

Callisto
Callisto may refer to:*Callisto , a nymph*Callisto , a moon of Jupiter*Callisto , a genus of moths in the Gracillariidae family*Callisto , a character on Xena: Warrior Princess

Callose
Callose is a plant polysaccharide. It is composed of glucose residues linked together through β-1,3-linkages, and is termed a β-glucan. It is thought to be manufactured at the cell wall by callose synthases and is degraded by β-1,3-glucanases. It is laid down at plasmodesmata, at the cell plate during cytokinesis and during pollen development

Callow
Callow could refer to:Places*County Carlow - Republic of Ireland*Callow, Derbyshire*Callow, Herefordshire*Callow, Shropshire*Callow Hill, Worcestershire*Callow End, Worcestershire

Callus
A callus is an especially toughened area of skin which has become relatively thick and hard in response to repeated friction, pressure, or other irritation. Rubbing that is too frequent or forceful will cause blisters rather than allow calluses to form. Since repeated contact is required, calluses are most often found on feet because of frequent walking

CALM
CALM may refer to:*Campaign Against Living Miserably, UK charity aimed at bringing down the suicide rate among young men.*Café-Au-Lait Macules as seen in the medical condition neurofibromatosis

CALM
CALM may refer to:*Campaign Against Living Miserably, UK charity aimed at bringing down the suicide rate among young men.*Café-Au-Lait Macules as seen in the medical condition neurofibromatosis

Calm Before the Storm (Lauren Harris album)
Calm Before the Storm is the first album by British singer Lauren Harris, who is the daughter of Iron Maiden bassist and founder Steve Harris.-Track listing:#"Steal Your Fire" - 4:31#"Your Turn" - 3:41#"Get Over It" - 3:49#"Like It or Not" - 3:28

Calm Before the Storm (Paul Brandt album)
Calm Before the Storm is the debut album of Canadian country music artist Paul Brandt, released in 1996 on Reprise Records. The album has been certified 3× Platinum by the CRIA and gold by the RIAA, and it is his most successful album in the United States

Calmness
Calmness is the mental state of being free from agitation, excitement, or disturbance. Calmness can most easily occur for the average person during a state of relaxation, but it can also be found during much more alert and aware states. Some people find that focusing the mind on something external, or even internal, such as the breathing, can itself be very calming

CALO
CALO was an artificial intelligence project that attempted to integrate numerous AI technologies into a cognitive assistant. CALO is an acronym for "Cognitive Assistant that Learns and Organizes". The name was inspired by the Latin word "calonis," which means "soldier’s servant"

Calore
Calore may refer to:* Calore, an Italian civil parish of the municipalities of Venticano and Mirabella Eclano * Calore Irpino, an Italian river of the provinces of Benevento and Avellino

Calorie
The calorie is a pre-SI metric unit of energy. It was first defined by Nicolas Clément in 1824 as a unit of heat, entering French and English dictionaries between 1841 and 1867. In most fields its use is archaic, having been replaced by the SI unit of energy, the joule

Calories (story)
"Calories" is a science fiction short story written by L. Sprague de Camp, a story in his Viagens Interplanetarias series. It was first published under the title "Getaway on Krishna" in the magazine Ten Story Fantasy in the issue for Spring, 1951

Calpe (disambiguation)
Calpe may also refer to:* Calpe is the Spanish language name of Calp, a coastal town located in the comarca of Marina Alta, Valencia, Spain

Calpe (Thrace)
Calpe also known "Kerpe" is a location in Thrace in Asia Minor, on the shore of the Black Sea, that was mentioned in Xenophon's Anabasis.

Calque
In linguistics, a calque or loan translation is a word or phrase borrowed from another language by literal, word-for-word or root-for-root translation.-Calque:

Caltrop
A caltrop is an antipersonnel weapon made up of two or more sharp nails or spines arranged in such a manner that one of them always points upward from a stable base

Calumet
-Place names:In the United States*Calumet, Colorado*Calumet, Iowa*Calumet, Michigan*Calumet, Minnesota*Calumet, Oklahoma*Calumet, Pennsylvania, in Westmoreland County**Calumet-Norvelt, Pennsylvania, census-designated place in Westmoreland County

Calumet (pipe)
A Calumet is a ceremonial smoking pipe used by some Native American Nations. Traditionally it has been smoked to seal a covenant or treaty, or to offer prayers in a religious ceremony.- Etymology :

Calvados
The French department of Calvados is part of the region of Basse-Normandie in Normandy. It takes its name from a cluster of rocks off the English Channel coast

Calvaria (skull)
The calvaria is the upper part of the cranium and surrounds the cranial cavity containing the brain.The calvaria is made up of the frontal, occipital and right and left parietals.

Calvary
Calvary or Golgotha was the site, outside of ancient Jerusalem’s early first century walls, at which the crucifixion of Jesus is said to have occurred. Calvary and Golgotha are the English names for the site used in Western Christianity

Calvary (disambiguation)
Calvary is the site in Jerusalem where Jesus is said to have been crucified.* Calvary, Wisconsin, United StatesCalvary may also refer to:* Calvary , a type of public crucifix with figures

Calvary (sculpture)
A calvary is a type of monumental public crucifix, sometimes encased in an open shrine, most commonly found across northern France from Brittany east and through Belgium and equally familiar as wayside structures provided with minimal sheltering roofs in Italy and Spain

Calves (Póvoa de Varzim)
thumb|250px|Calves Hamlet.Calves is a Portuguese hamlet and street located in the parishes of Beiriz and Argivai in the municipality of Póvoa de Varzim, part of it is included in the city despite its built-up continuity as part of Gândara district in Argivai, it is divided by the A28 Motorway - the inland border of the urban area.Calves is one of the most romantic spots of Póvoa de

Calvin
Calvin may refer to:People with the surname Calvin:* John Calvin, theologian, founder of Calvinism* Idelette Calvin, wife of John Calvin, founder of Calvinism* Melvin Calvin, American chemist* Samuel Calvin, U.S. geologist

Calving
Calving may refer to:*Calving, the process of giving birth to a calf*Ice calving, the process by which an iceberg breaks off from an ice shelf or glacier

Calx
Calx is a residual substance, sometimes in the form of a fine powder, that is left when a metal or mineral combusts or is calcinated due to heat.Calx, especially of a metal, is now known as an oxide

Calypso
Calypso is the name of one of the Nereids in Greek mythology. The word may also refer to:- In fiction :*Calypso , songs from The Books of Bokonon from Kurt Vonnegut's novel Cat's Cradle

Calypso (RFID)
Calypso is an international electronic ticketing standard for microprocessor contactless smartcards, originally designed by a group of European transit operators from Belgium, Germany, France, Italy and Portugal

Calyx
-Anatomy:*structural components of the mammalian kidney** Major calyx** Minor calyx* Calyx of Held, a large synapse in the auditory brainstem structure* Calyx , the crown of a crinoid-Other:* Calyx , a UK producer of drum and bass

Calyx (zoology)
-Cnidarians:The spicules containing the basal portion of the upper tentacular part of the polyp of some soft corals .-Entoprocta:A body part of the Entoprocta from which tentacles arise and the mouth and anus are located.-Echinoderms:

Camarade
Camarade is a commune in the Ariège department of southwestern France.-Population:

Camarilla
Camarilla may refer to:*Camarilla, an unofficial group of courtiers or favorites surrounding and influencing a king or ruler, specifically the two such groups prominent in German history.

Camarillas
Camarillas is a municipality located in the province of Teruel, Aragon, Spain. According to the 2004 census , the municipality has a population of 102 inhabitants.-Population:

Camas (magazine)
Camas: The Nature of the West is a non-profit literary journal run by graduate students of the Environmental Studies Program at the University of Montana. Established in 1992, Camas publishes non-fiction, fiction, poetry and photography on nature, place, and culture of the American West. The magazine produces two issues per year

Camber
Camber may refer to a variety of curvatures and angles:* Camber angle, the angle made by the wheels of a vehicle* Camber thrust in bike technology* In the steel industry, the concavity of rolls

Camber (band)
Camber was an emo band from New York City, recognized for being one of the pioneer of the second-wave Eastern indie emo sound. They were often compared to likes of Texas Is The Reason, Sunny Day Real Estate and Mineral

Cambia
Cambia or cambiums may refer to:* Cambia, Haute-Corse, a commune in the Haute-Corse department of France* CAMBIA, an independent, international non-profit institute based in Canberra, Australia

Cambia
Cambia is a commune in the Haute-Corse department of France on the island of Corsica.-Population:-References:*

Cambiata
Cambiata, or nota cambiata , has a number of different and related meanings. Generally it refers to a pattern in a homophonic or polyphonic setting where a note is skipped from in one direction and this is followed by motion in the opposite direction, and where either the note skipped from is distinguished as a dissonance

Cambio (band)
Cambio is a Filipino rock supergroup composed of Raimund Marasigan, Buddy Zabala, Ebe Dancel, Diego Mapa and Kris Gorra-Dancel.-History:When Ely Buendia left the Eraserheads sometime in 2002, remaining members Buddy Zabala, Marcus Adoro and Raimund Marasigan decided to continue as Eheads by adding singer-guitarist Kris Gorra Cambio is a Filipino rock supergroup composed of Raimund Marasigan, Buddy Zabala, Ebe Dancel, Diego Mapa and Kris Gorra-Dancel.-History:When Ely Buendia left the Eraserheads sometime in 2002, remaining members Buddy Zabala, Marcus Adoro and Raimund Marasigan decided to continue as Eheads by adding singer-guitarist Kris Gorra Cambio is a Filipino rock supergroup composed of Raimund Marasigan, Buddy Zabala, Ebe Dancel, Diego Mapa and Kris Gorra-Dancel.-History:When Ely Buendia left the Eraserheads sometime in 2002, remaining members Buddy Zabala, Marcus Adoro and Raimund Marasigan decided to continue as Eheads by adding singer-guitarist Kris Gorra (from the indie all-girl pop-punk band, Fatal

Cowpea
The Cowpea is one of several species of the widely cultivated genus Vigna. Four cultivated subspecies are recognised:*Vigna unguiculata subsp. cylindrica Catjang

Coxsackie Correctional Facility
Coxsackie Correctional Facility is a maximum security prison in New York in the USA. The prison is in the Town of Coxsackie in Greene County, New York.- Location :

Coydog
A coydog is the hybrid offspring of a male coyote and a female dog . Together they are genetically capable of producing fertile young. The dogote, a similar hybrid, is the result of breeding a male domestic dog with a female coyote

Coypu
The coypu , , also known as the river rat, and nutria, is a large, herbivorous, semiaquatic rodent and the only member of the family Myocastoridae. Originally native to subtropical and temperate South America, it has since been introduced to North America, Europe, Asia, and Africa, primarily by fur ranchers

CPAC
CPAC , is a Canadian Category A specialty service devoted to coverage of public and government affairs, including carrying a full, uninterrupted feed of proceedings of the Canadian House of Commons, with two separate audio channels; one in English and the other in French

CPK coloring
In chemistry, the CPK coloring is a popular color convention for distinguishing atoms of different chemical elements in molecular models. The scheme is named after the CPK molecular models designed by chemists Robert Corey and Linus Pauling, and improved by Walter Koltun.-History:In 1952, Corey and Pauling published a description of space-filling models of proteins and other

CR gas
CR gas or dibenzoxazepine, chemically dibenz[b,f][1,4]oxazepine, is an incapacitating agent and a lachrymatory agent. CR was developed by the British Ministry of Defence as a riot control agent in the late 1950s and early 1960s.

Crab
True crabs are decapod crustaceans of the infraorder Brachyura, which typically have a very short projecting "tail" , or where the reduced abdomen is entirely hidden under the thorax

Crab Nebula
The Crab Nebula  is a supernova remnant and pulsar wind nebula in the constellation of Taurus

Crab spider
Crab spider is a common name applied loosely to many species of spiders, but most nearly consistently to members of the family Thomisidae

Crack cocaine
Crack cocaine is the freebase form of cocaine that can be smoked. It may also be termed rock, hard, iron, cavvy, base, or just crack; it is the most addictive form of cocaine. Crack rocks offer a short but intense high to smokers

Cracker (UK TV series)
Cracker is a British crime drama series produced by Granada Television for ITV and created and principally written by Jimmy McGovern. The series is centered on a criminal psychologist , Eddie "Fitz" Fitzgerald, played by Robbie Coltrane. Set in Manchester, it consists of three series which were originally aired from 1993 to 1995

Cracker Barrel
Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc. is an American chain of combined restaurant and gift stores with a Southern country theme. The company was founded by Dan Evins in 1969 and its first store was located in Lebanon, Tennessee, where the company is now headquartered

Cracker Jack
Cracker Jack is a U.S. brand of snack consisting of strong molasses flavored candy-coated popcorn and peanuts, well known for being packaged with a prize of nominal value inside. Some food historians consider it the first junk food

Crackerjack
Crackerjack was a British children's comedy/variety BBC television series. It started on 14 September 1955 and ran for over 400 shows, first in B&W and later in colour, until 21 December 1984.-Presenters:

Cracking (chemistry)
In petroleum geology and chemistry, cracking is the process whereby complex organic molecules such as kerogens or heavy hydrocarbons are broken down into simpler molecules such as light hydrocarbons, by the breaking of carbon-carbon bonds in the precursors. The rate of cracking and the end products are strongly dependent on the temperature and presence of catalysts

Cracroft Caverns
Cracroft Caverns, also known as the Cashmere Caverns, are a series of large chambers in the hill of the Cashmere suburb of Christchurch, New Zealand.

Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park
Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park is located in the Central Highlands area of Tasmania , 165 km northwest of Hobart. The park contains many walking trails, and is where hikes along the well-known Overland Track usually begins

Craftsman (tools)
Craftsman is a line of tools and lawn and garden equipment controlled by Sears Holdings Corporation; the brand is owned by KCD IP, LLC, a special purpose entity created by Sears Holdings for securitization purposes.

Craftsman Truck Series
The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series is a pickup truck racing series owned and operated by the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing

Craig Chaquico
Craig Chaquico is an American guitarist of Portuguese and Native American descent. He has had over thirty years of success in a variety of genres: in the 1970s with the post-Summer of Love Jefferson Starship, in that band's 1980s incarnation, Starship, and in the 1990s and 2000s as a contemporary jazz and New Age solo artist.-Career:Chaquico was raised in

Craig David
Craig Ashley David is an English singer and songwriter. He has released five studio albums: Born to Do It, Slicker Than Your Average, The Story Goes..., Trust Me, Signed Sealed Delivered and a Greatest Hits album

Craig Monroe
Craig Keystone Monroe , nicknamed "C-Mo," is a Major League Baseball outfielder who most recently played for the Pittsburgh Pirates.-Professional career:

Craig T. Nelson
Craig Theodore Nelson is an American actor. He is probably best known for his Emmy-winning roles as Hayden Fox on the TV series Coach, and as Steve Freeling in the 1982 film Poltergeist. He also starred in The Incredibles in 2004 as Mr

Craig-y-Don
Craig-y-Don is a suburb of Llandudno, a coastal seaside resort in Conwy county borough, north Wales.It is also part of the parish of Llanrhos, and forms coterminous wards of both Conwy County Borough Council and Llandudno Town Council.- Amenities :

Craigslist
Craigslist is a centralized network of online communities featuring free online classified advertisements, with sections devoted to jobs, housing, personals, for sale, services, community, gigs, résumés, and discussion forums.

Craigsville, West Virginia
Craigsville is a census-designated place in Nicholas County, West Virginia, United States. The population was 2,213 at the 2010 census.-Geography:Craigsville is located at .

Crailsheim
Crailsheim is a town in the German state of Baden-Württemberg, 32 km east of Schwäbisch Hall, 40 km southwest of Ansbach in the Schwäbisch Hall district, incorporated in 1338.

Cranberry
Cranberries are a group of evergreen dwarf shrubs or trailing vines in the subgenus Oxycoccus of the genus Vaccinium. In some methods of classification, Oxycoccus is regarded as a genus in its own right

Crane fly
A crane fly is an insect in the family Tipulidae. Adults are very slender, long-legged flies that may vary in length from though tropical species may exceed to .

Cranial cavity
The cranial cavity, or intracranial space, is the space formed inside the skull. The brain occupies the cranial cavity, which is lined by the meninges and which contains cerebrospinal fluid to cushion blows.

Cranial sutures
*Surgical suture, to describe stitches and other techniques for holding tissues together.* Geology, to describe a certain type of boundary between layers of rock.

Craniopagus parasiticus
Craniopagus parasiticus is a medical condition in which a parasitic twin head with an undeveloped body is attached to the head of a developed twin.-Cases:

Crank pin
In a reciprocating engine, the crankpins, also known as crank journals are the journals of the big end bearings, at the ends of the connecting rods opposite to the pistons.

Crank Yankers
Crank Yankers is an American TV show produced by Adam Carolla, Jimmy Kimmel and Daniel Kellison that featured actual prank calls made by show regulars and celebrity guests, and re-enacted onscreen by puppets for a visual aid to show the viewer what is happening in the call

Crankshaft
The crankshaft, sometimes casually abbreviated to crank, is the part of an engine which translates reciprocating linear piston motion into rotation

Crannog
A crannog is typically a partially or entirely artificial island, usually built in lakes, rivers and estuarine waters of Scotland and Ireland. Crannogs were used as dwellings over five millennia from the European Neolithic Period, to as late as the 17th/early 18th century although in Scotland, Bronze Age and Norse Period use is not apparent in the archaeological record

Crape-myrtle
Lagerstroemia , commonly known as Crape myrtle or Crepe myrtle, is a genus of around 50 species of deciduous and evergreen trees and shrubs native to the Indian subcontinent, southeast Asia, northern Australia and parts of Oceania, cultivated in warmer climates around the world. It is a member of the Lythraceae, which is also known as the Loosestrife family

Crappie
Crappie is a genus of freshwater fish in the sunfish family of order Perciformes. The type species is P. annularis, the white crappie

Crash test
A crash test is a form of destructive testing usually performed in order to ensure safe design standards in crashworthiness and crash compatibility for various modes of transportation or related systems and components.- Types :

Crassocephalum crepidioides
Crassocephalum crepidioides, also called ebolo, thickhead, redflower ragleaf, or fireweed, is an erect annual slightly succulent herb growing up to 180 cm tall. Its use is widespread in many tropical and subtropical regions, but is especially prominent in tropical Africa

Crataegus
Crataegus , commonly called hawthorn or thornapple, is a large genus of shrubs and trees in the rose family, Rosaceae, native to temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere in Europe, Asia and North America. The name hawthorn was originally applied to the species native to northern Europe, especially the Common Hawthorn C

Crater Lake
Crater Lake is a caldera lake located in the south-central region of the U.S. state of Oregon. It is the main feature of Crater Lake National Park and famous for its deep blue color and water clarity. The lake partly fills a nearly deep caldera that was formed around 7,700 years agoby the collapse of the volcano Mount Mazama

Crater Lake National Park
Crater Lake National Park is a United States National Park located in southern Oregon. Established in 1902, Crater Lake National Park is the sixth oldest national park in the United States and the only one in the state of Oregon

Cratonic sequence
A cratonic sequence refers to a very large-scale lithostratographic sequence that covers a complete marine transgressive-regressive cycle across a craton

Cravat
The cravat is a neckband, the forerunner of the modern tailored necktie and bow tie, originating from 17th-century Croatia.From the end of the 16th century, the term band applied to any long-strip neckcloth that was not a ruff

Craven Stakes
The Craven Stakes is a Group 3 flat horse race in Great Britain which is open to three-year-old thoroughbred colts and geldings. It is run on the Rowley Mile at Newmarket over a distance of 1 mile , and it is scheduled to take place each year in mid April.The event serves as a trial for the first colts' Classics of the European flat season

Crawfish River
The Crawfish River is a tributary of the Rock River, long, in south-central Wisconsin in the United States. Via the Rock River, it is part of the watershed of the Mississippi River.

Crayfish
Crayfish, crawfish, or crawdads – members of the superfamilies Astacoidea and Parastacoidea – are freshwater crustaceans resembling small lobsters, to which they are related

Crayon
A crayon is a stick of colored wax, charcoal, chalk, or other materials used for writing, coloring, drawing, and other methods of illustration. A crayon made of oiled chalk is called an oil pastel; when made of pigment with a dry binder, it is simply a pastel; both are popular media for color artwork

Crayon Shin-chan
is a Japanese manga and anime series written by Yoshito Usui.Crayon Shin-chan follows the adventures of five-year-old Shinnosuke "Shin" Nohara and his parents, baby sister, neighbors, and friends and is set in Kasukabe, Saitama Prefecture, Japan.

Cream (band)
Cream were a 1960s British rock supergroup consisting of bassist/vocalist Jack Bruce, guitarist/vocalist Eric Clapton, and drummer Ginger Baker

Cream City brick
Cream City brick is a cream or light yellow-colored brick made from a clay found around Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in the Menomonee River Valley and on the western banks of Lake Michigan

Cream soda
Cream soda is a sweet carbonated soft drink, often flavored with vanilla.-History and development:A recipe for cream soda—written by E.M. Sheldon and published in Michigan Farmer in 1852—called for water, cream of tartar, Epsom salts, sugar, tartaric acid, egg, and milk, to be mixed together, then heated, and when cool mixed with water and a quarter teaspoonful of soda Cream soda is a sweet carbonated soft drink, often flavored with vanilla.-History and development:A recipe for cream soda—written by E.M. Sheldon and published in Michigan Farmer in 1852—called for water, cream of tartar, Epsom salts, sugar, tartaric acid, egg, and milk, to be mixed together, then heated, and when cool mixed with water and a quarter teaspoonful of soda Cream soda is a sweet carbonated soft drink, often flavored with vanilla.-History and development:A recipe for cream soda—written by E.M. Sheldon and published in Michigan Farmer in 1852—called for water, cream of tartar, Epsom salts, sugar, tartaric acid, egg, and milk, to be mixed together, then heated, and when cool mixed with water and a quarter teaspoonful of soda (sodium

Crease (cricket)
In the sport of cricket, the crease is a certain area demarcated by white lines painted or chalked on the field of play.The term crease also refers to any of the lines themselves, particularly the popping crease. Law 9 of the Laws of Cricket governs the size and position of the crease markings

Creatine kinase
Creatine kinase , also known as creatine phosphokinase or phospho-creatine kinase , is an enzyme expressed by various tissues and cell types. CK catalyses the conversion of creatine and consumes adenosine triphosphate to create phosphocreatine and adenosine diphosphate

Creatinine
Creatinine is a break-down product of creatine phosphate in muscle, and is usually produced at a fairly constant rate by the body

Creation
Creation may refer to:In religion and philosophy:*Creation myth, stories of the supernatural creation of the Earth and its inhabitants*Genesis creation narrative, The Biblical account of creationIn science and technology:

Creation according to Genesis
The Genesis creation narrative describes the divine creation of the world including the first man and woman

Creation Ministries International
Creation Ministries International is a non-profit young Earth creationist organisation of autonomous Christian apologetics ministries that promote a literal interpretation of the Book of Genesis

Creation-evolution controversy
The creation–evolution controversy is a recurring cultural, political, and theological dispute about the origins of the Earth, humanity, life, and the universe.

Creationism
Creationism is the religious beliefthat humanity, life, the Earth, and the universe are the creation of a supernatural being, most often referring to the Abrahamic god. As science developed from the 18th century onwards, various views developed which aimed to reconcile science with the Genesis creation narrative

Creative writing
Creative writing is considered to be any writing, fiction, poetry, or non-fiction, that goes outside the bounds of normal professional, journalistic, academic, and technical forms of literature. Works which fall into this category include novels, epics, short stories, and poems

Creative Zen
The Creative ZEN is a range of digital audio players and portable media players made by Creative Technology. The players evolved from the now-defunct NOMAD brand through the NOMAD Jukebox series

Creature Double Feature
Creature Double Feature was a syndicated horror show, broadcast in the Boston and Philadelphia area during the 1970s and 1980s. It sometimes also aired under names like Sci-Fi Flix and Creature Feature

Credenhill
Credenhill is a village and civil parish in Herefordshire, England,Near Credenhill is the site of the former Royal Air Force station RAF Hereford, which is now the headquarters of 22 Special Air Service Regiment.-Notable residents:

Cree language
Cree is an Algonquian language spoken by approximately 117,000 people across Canada, from the Northwest Territories and Alberta to Labrador, making it the aboriginal language with the highest number of speakers in Canada. It is also spoken in the U.S. state of Montana

Creedite
Creedite is a calcium aluminium sulfate fluoro hydroxide mineral with formula: Ca3Al2SO410·2. Creedite forms colorless to white to purple monoclinic prismatic crystals. It often occurs as acicular radiating sprays of fine prisms. It is translucent to transparent with indices of refraction of nα = 1.461 nβ = 1.478 nγ = 1.485

Creek language
The Creek language, also known as Muskogee or Muscogee , is a Muskogean language spoken by Muscogee and Seminole people primarily in the U.S. states of Oklahoma and Florida.

Creek people
The Muscogee , also known as the Creek or Creeks, are a Native American people traditionally from the southeastern United States. Mvskoke is their name in traditional spelling. The modern Muscogee live primarily in Oklahoma, Alabama, Georgia, and Florida