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Cambodia
Cambodia , officially known as the Kingdom of Cambodia, is a country located in the southern portion of the Indochina Peninsula in Southeast Asia

Cambodia (song)
"Cambodia" is the fourth single by British singer Kim Wilde. It was released at the end of 1981; a year in which Wilde had already scored three highly successful hit singles and a best-selling debut album.

Cambodian
Cambodian may refer to:* Something of, from, or related to the country of Cambodia. For information about the Cambodian people, see:** Demographics of Cambodia** Culture of Cambodia** List of Cambodians* Khmer people, the majority ethnic group of Cambodia

Cambrai (disambiguation)
Cambrai is a village in France. It may also refer to:*Cambrai, South Australia, a small town in Australia*Archdiocese of Cambrai in northern France

Cambria (disambiguation)
Cambria is the Latinised form of Cymru, the Welsh name for Wales.Cambria may also refer to:-Place names:United States*Cambria, California*Cambria, Illinois*Cambria, Indiana*Cambria, Iowa*Cambria, Michigan*Cambria, New York

Cambrian
The Cambrian is the first geological period of the Paleozoic Era, lasting from Mya ; it is succeeded by the Ordovician. Its subdivisions, and indeed its base, are somewhat in flux. The period was established by Adam Sedgwick, who named it after Cambria, the Latin name for Wales, where Britain's Cambrian rocks are best exposed

Cambrian (disambiguation)
Cambrian is a division of the geologic timescale at the end of the Proterozoic, named after Cambria, the Latinised form of Cymru, which is the Welsh name for Wales.

Cambridge (provincial electoral district)
Cambridge is a provincial electoral district in southwestern, Ontario, Canada. It elects one member to the Legislative Assembly of Ontario.It was created in 1975.

Cambridgeshire (1979-1984) (European Parliament constituency)
Cambridgeshire was a constituency of the European Parliament located in the United Kingdom, electing one Member of the European Parliament by the first-past-the-post electoral system

Cambridgeshire (1994-1999) (European Parliament constituency)
Cambridgeshire was a constituency of the European Parliament located in the United Kingdom, electing one Member of the European Parliament by the first-past-the-post electoral system. Created in 1994 from parts of Cambridge and Bedfordshire North and Suffolk, it was abolished in 1999 on the adoption of proportional representation for European elections in the United Kingdom

Cambs
Cambs is a municipality in the Ludwigslust-Parchim district, in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany.-Geography:Cambs is located 11 km north east of Schwerin within a large ground moraine area rich of lakes between the Schweriner See and the upper Warnow.

Camden
- Australia :* Camden, New South Wales** Camden Council ** Electoral district of Camden- England :* London Borough of Camden** Camden Town, an area in the borough* Camden School for Girls- United States :* Camden, Alabama* Camden, Arkansas

Camden (Port Royal, Virginia)
Camden is an Italian Villa-style house on the Rappahannock River just downriver of Port Royal, Virginia. It was built during 1857-1859. During the American Civil War, a Union gunboat shot the top off of its tower, which has not been replaced.-Description:

Camel
A camel is an even-toed ungulate within the genus Camelus, bearing distinctive fatty deposits known as humps on its back. There are two species of camels: the dromedary or Arabian camel has a single hump, and the bactrian has two humps. Dromedaries are native to the dry desert areas of West Asia, and Bactrian camels are native to Central and East Asia

Camel Toe (album)
Camel Toe is a comedy album by The Bob and Tom Show, which was first released in November 2003. It is a two-disc set which represents original material recorded during their syndicated, daily radio show and other studio numbers which had not been previously presented on air.-Track Listings:

Camellia
Camellia, the camellias, is a genus of flowering plants in the family Theaceae. They are found in eastern and southern Asia, from the Himalaya east to Korea and Indonesia. There are 100–250 described species, with some controversy over the exact number

Camelot
Camelot is a castle and court associated with the legendary King Arthur. Absent in the early Arthurian material, Camelot first appeared in 12th-century French romances and eventually came to be described as the fantastic capital of Arthur's realm and a symbol of the Arthurian world

Camelot (board game)
Camelot is an abstract strategy board game. One of the first games published by Parker Brothers, it was invented late in the 19th century by George S. Parker and originally published under the name Chivalry

Cameo
Cameo is a method of carving an object such as an engraved gem, item of jewellery or vessel made in this manner. It nearly always features a raised relief image; contrast with intaglio, which has a negative image

Cameo (album)
Cameo is the eighth studio album released by singer Dusty Springfield. Cameo is her first LP for the ABC Dunhill Records label. It was recorded in the States between July and October 1972 and released in the UK in May 1973, having appeared in the States some three months earlier

Camera
A camera is a device that records and stores images. These images may be still photographs or moving images such as videos or movies. The term camera comes from the camera obscura , an early mechanism for projecting images

Camera (Japanese magazine)
, or Ars Camera , Arusu Kamera), is one of the older and longer running of Japanese camera magazines. It was published by the company Ars.The first issue of Ars Camera is dated April 1921: predating Asahi Camera by five years

Camera Obscura (electronic duo)
Camera Obscura were a synth pop band formed in 1982 in York, England, by Peter Oldroyd and Nigel James. They signed to Small Wonder Records in 1983 and reached no. 32 in the UK Indie Chart with the single "Destitution". They split up in 1986 but re-formed for a tour of Germany in 2005 after signing to German Label Anna Logue Records

Camera Phone (song)
"Camera Phone" is the fourth single from The Game's third album, LAX. The song features R&B singer Ne-Yo. The song was produced by Cool & Dre. It appears as a bonus track on the deluxe edition of the album only. The single was only released for download in the UK and not the USA. In the UK, "Camera Phone" was the second single taken from LAX

Cameron (given name)
Cameron is a given name in the English language, which is considered to be a unisex name. It is popularly borne by males, but is now also borne by females .The name originates from the Scottish surname Cameron

Cameroonian
Cameroonian may refer to:* Something of, from, or related to the country of Cameroon* A person from Cameroon, or of Cameroonian descent. For information about the Cameroonian people, see Demographics of Cameroon and Culture of Cameroon. For specific persons, see Lists of Cameroonians.* Cameroonian Pidgin English

Camilla (Burney novel)
Camilla, subtitled A Picture of Youth, is a novel by Frances Burney, first published in 1796. Camilla deals with the matrimonial concerns of a group of young people: Camilla Tyrold and her sisters, the sweet tempered Lavinia and the deformed, but extremely kind, Eugenia, and their cousin, the beautiful Indiana Lynmere - and in particular, with the love affair between Camilla

Camilla (genus)
Camilla are small slender, dark flies generally in length, from the family Camillidae-Species:*Camilla atrimana Strobl, 1910*Camilla flavicauda Duda, 1922*Camilla fuscipes Collin, 1933*Camilla glabra

Camilla (singer)
"Camilla" or Camilla Marie is an English singer and actress. Born in Westminster and raised in Brent, both in North London, Camilla became known for participating in the first season of the BBC reality television series Fame Academy in 2002, before ultimately being eliminated

Camille (Barton film)
Camille is a short film by Ralph Barton, the creation of which is described in Bruce Kellner's The Last Dandy, a biography of Barton.

Camille (given name)
Camille is the French form of a Latin name, Camillus, that may have meant an attendant at a religious ceremony. In French, it is pronounced , not as in English

Camille (James Bond)
Camille Montes Rivero is a fictional character in the James Bond film Quantum of Solace. She is portrayed by Ukrainian actress Olga Kurylenko.-In film:Camille is a Bolivian national

Camino (band)
Camino is a Japanese rock band which has released multiple singles and albums, as well as performed songs for the soundtracks of anime, dramas, and other Japanese programming. Their single "Story" has been used as the first opening theme for Tomica Hero: Rescue Force

Camouflage
Camouflage is a method of concealment that allows an otherwise visible animal, military vehicle, or other object to remain unnoticed, by blending with its environment. Examples include a leopard's spotted coat, the battledress of a modern soldier and a leaf-mimic butterfly

Camouflage (2007 TV series)
Camouflage is a television game show airing on GSN. Hosted by Roger Lodge, and billed as "the hidden word game where the answer is always right in front of you", Camouflage originally aired for 40 episodes from July 2 to 27, 2007

Camouflage (film)
Camouflage is a 2001 comedy film/action film starring Leslie Nielsen and Lochlyn Munro.- Cast :* Leslie Nielsen : Jack Potter* Lochlyn Munro : Marty Mackenzie* Vanessa Angel : Cindy Davies* William Forsythe : Sherrif Alton Owens

Camouflage (Rod Stewart album)
Camouflage is a studio album released by Rod Stewart on June 18, 1984 . It was Stewart’s 13th studio album and was released on Warner Bros. Records . Three singles came from this album

Camouflage (Rufus album)
Camouflage is the tenth studio album by funk band Rufus , released on the MCA Records label in 1981. Camouflage peaked at #15 on Billboards R&B Albums chart and stalled at #98 on Pop

Camouflage (TV series)
Camouflage is a United States television game show originally produced in 1961-1962 and revived in 1980.-1961-1962:The original game show was created and produced by Jerry Hammer of Jerry Hammer Productions, directed by Gilbert Cates with Don Morrow as host, and Johnny Gilbert as the announcer , with Chet Gould as the show's alternate

CAMP
CAMP may stand for:* Cyclic adenosine monophosphate * Cathelicidin, or Cathelicidin antimicrobial peptide* Campaign Against Marijuana Planting* Central Atlantic Magmatic Province* CAMP , an Italian manufacturer of climbing equipment

Camp
-Outdoor accommodation and recreation:* Campsite or campground, a recreational outdoor sleeping and eating site* Summer camp, typically organized for groups of children or youth* A term used in New England, Northern Ontario and New Brunswick to describe a cottage

CAMP (company)
rightCAMP is one of the world's leading manufacturers of equipment for climbing and associated activities such as ski mountaineering and industrial safety

Camp (surname)
Camp is an English family name taken from Latin roots. The name is found in Great Britain and in other places throughout the world settled by the English. According the 2000 census there are fewer than 1300 Camps in the UK. The 2000 US census puts the number at over 27,000, making it the 1087th most common name in America, after McDermott

Camp bed
A camp bed, or cot in North America, is a small portable, lightweight bed used in situations where larger permanent beds cannot be used. Camp beds are generally used by armies or government organizations.

Campagne
Campagne is French for "rural area" or "countryside" and "campaign".Campagne is the name or part of the name of several communes in France:* Campagne, in the Dordogne department* Campagne, in the Hérault department* Campagne, in the Landes department

Campaign
Campaign may refer to:*Advertising campaign*Military campaign*Political campaign*Advocacy or Advocacy group, relating 'campaigning' on an issue -Gaming:

Campamento
Campamento may refer to:*Campamento, Honduras*Campamento, Uruguay*Campamento, Antioquia, in Colombia*Campamento , a term given in Chile to shanty towns.

Campana
-Places:Argentina* Campana, Buenos Aires Province, a city in Campana Partido* Campana Partido, a partido in Buenos Aires ProvinceChile* Campana Island, an island in Capitán Prat Province, Aisén* Cerro La Campana, a mountain in Quillota Province, Valparaíso

Campania
Campania is a region in southern Italy. The region has a population of around 5.8 million people, making it the second-most-populous region of Italy; its total area of 13,590 km² makes it the most densely populated region in the country

Campanile
Campanile is an Italian word meaning "bell tower" . The term applies to bell towers which are either part of a larger building or free-standing, although in American English, the latter meaning has become prevalent.The most famous campanile is probably the Leaning Tower of Pisa

Campanile (Iowa State University)
The Iowa State University Campanile is located on Iowa State's central campus, and is home to the Stanton Memorial Carillon. The campanile is widely seen as one of the major symbols of Iowa State University

Campari (disambiguation)
Campari can refer to:* Campari, an alcoholic aperitif, specifically, a type of bitters** Campari Group, Italian company which produces the aperitif** Gaspare Campari, inventor of the aperitif* Campari , a showjumping horse ridden by Noora Pentti

Campbell
-Places:In Australia:* Campbell, Australian Capital Territory, a suburb of Canberra, AustraliaIn Canada:* Campbell, Nova Scotia, on Cape Breton Island Nova Scotia* Campbell Road, Edmonton, AlbertaIn New Zealand:

Camper
Camper can be one of several things:* a person who engages in camping.** in online games, a player who stays in one area of the game world, see camping .

Camper (company)
Camper is an international shoe company based in Spain. Lorenzo Fluxa founded the company in 1975 after inheriting a shoe factory from his father, Antonio Fluxa, a Spanish shoemaker. Camper operates 52 company-owned stores around North America, Europe, Asia and Australia, as well as distributing to thousands of independently-owned multi-brand retailers

Campfire
A campfire is a fire lit at a campsite, to serve the following functions: light, warmth, a beacon, a bug and/or apex predator deterrent, to cook, and for a psychological sense of security. In established campgrounds they are usually in a fire ring for safety. Campfires are a popular feature of camping, particularly among organized campers such as Scouts or Guides

Campfire (disambiguation)
A campfire is a fire lit at a campsite.Campfire may also refer to:*Camp Fire USA, a youth organization*Campfire , an American Thoroughbred Champion racehorse*Campfire or Medurat Hashevet, a 2004 Israeli film

Campfire (film)
Campfire is an Israeli movie released in 2004, written and directed by Joseph Cedar.- Synopsis :The story of a young widow , mother of two beautiful teenage daughters, who wants to join the founding group of a new settlement of religious Jews in the West Bank, but first must convince the acceptance committee that she is worthy

Campine (chicken)
The Campine is a breed of chicken originating in Belgium's Campine region. They are a fairly small breed in Silver and Gold varieties, with solid white or golden hackles and iridescent black-green barred bodies. Hens and roosters are nearly identical in feather coloration. They will lay a fair number of white-shelled eggs, but are largely kept for showing today

Camping (microframework)
Camping is a web application framework written in Ruby which consistently stays under 4kb - the complete source code can be viewed on a single page.

Campino
A campino is a cattle herder in the Portuguese region of Ribatejo.Campinos work on horse-back, using a long pole to manage and direct the herd.

Campino (candy)
Campino is a variety of hard candy made by August Storck KG. It is made using a combination of yogurt and a different fruits which have differed since the product's launch in 1966. Up until 2007 only two varieties were available; strawberry and summer fruits however bags were bought containing strawberry, cherry or peach respectively

Campion
Campion may refer to:-Biology:* Flowering plants of the Caryophyllaceae genera Lychnis and Silene, including:** Silene acaulis, or moss campion, a flower found in Eurasia and North America

Campion (TV series)
Campion is a television show made by the BBC, adapting the Albert Campion mystery novels written by Margery Allingham. Two seasons were made, in 1989 and 1990, starring Peter Davison as Campion, Brian Glover as his manservant Magersfontein Lugg and Andrew Burt as his policeman friend Stanislaus Oates.A total of eight novels were adapted, four in each series, each of which was

Campo (São Martinho)
Vila de São Martinho do Campo is an important town in the municipality of Santo Tirso located 10 km northeast of the city of Santo Tirso, it's an important textile industry center.

Creeper
Creeper, Creepers, or The Creeper may refer to:- Plants and animals:* Birds of the families Certhiidae treecreepers:** Brown Creeper ** the Climacteridae Australasian treecreeper** the Rhabdornithidae Philippine creeper

Cremation
Cremation is the process of reducing bodies to basic chemical compounds such as gasses and bone fragments. This is accomplished through high-temperature burning, vaporization and oxidation.

Cremation in the Christian World
Today, cremation is an increasingly popular form of disposition of the deceased. This is true even in the Christian world, which for many years was opposed to cremation, but has come to a greater acceptance of cremation over the past century.

Crenshaw High School
Crenshaw High School is a secondary school located in South Los Angeles, California.The school first opened in 1968 and currently enrolls an average of 2,600 students. Its address is 5010 11th Avenue, near the corner of 50th Street. The school colors are blue and gold, and its mascot is the Cougar.-History:Crenshaw High opened in 1968

Créolité
Créolité is a literary movement first developed in the 1980s by Martinican writers Patrick Chamoiseau, Jean Bernabé and Raphaël Confiant. The trio published Eloge de la créolité in 1989 as a response to the perceived inadequacies of the négritude movement

Creosote bush
Larrea tridentata is known as Creosote bush as a plant, chaparral as a medicinal herb, and as "gobernadora" in Mexico, Spanish for "governess," due to its ability for inhibiting the growth of nearby plants to have more water. In Sonora, it is more commonly called "hediondilla." It is a flowering plant in the family Zygophyllaceae. The species is named after J.A

Cressy class cruiser
The Cressy class cruiser was a class of six armoured cruisers launched between December 1899 and May 1901, for the Royal Navy.-Service:

Crestwood, Kentucky
Crestwood is a city in Oldham County, Kentucky, United States just outside of Louisville, Ky's Northeast End. The population was 1,999 at the 2000 census. CNN listed it as the 52nd best place to live in America in 2005

Crewe Works
Crewe railway works is a British railway engineering facility built in 1840 by the Grand Junction Railway. It is located in the town of Crewe, in the county of Cheshire.

Crib
A crib is an infant bed in American English .Crib may also refer to:*A box crib, a wooden frame used to stabilise a heavy object during a rescue, jacking, construction or moving operation.

Cricket (insect)
Crickets, family Gryllidae , are insects somewhat related to grasshoppers, and more closely related to katydids or bush crickets . They have somewhat flattened bodies and long antennae. There are about 900 species of crickets

Cricket Australia
Cricket Australia, formerly known as the Australian Cricket Board, is the governing body for professional and amateur cricket in Australia. It was originally formed in 1905 as the Australian Board of Control for International Cricket

Cricket ball
A cricket ball is a hard, solid leather ball used to play cricket. Constructed of cork and leather, a cricket ball is heavily regulated by cricket law at first class level

Cricket bat
A cricket bat is a specialised piece of equipment used by batsmen in the sport of cricket to hit the ball. It is usually made of willow wood. Its use is first mentioned in 1624.

Cricket Communications
Cricket Communications, Inc. founded in 1999, also known as Cricket Wireless, provides wireless services to 7 million customers in the United States. The company is a subsidiary of Leap Wireless, utilizing its CDMA 1X and 1xEV-DO networks

Cricket World Cup
The ICC Cricket World Cup is the premier international championship of men's One Day International cricket. The event is organised by the sport's governing body, the International Cricket Council , with preliminary qualification rounds leading up to a finals tournament which is held every four years

Cricoid
The cricoid cartilage, or simply cricoid , is the only complete ring of cartilage around the trachea.-Location:

Crime in Australia
Crime-wise, Australia is comparatively a safe place to live, though often the perception of crime is much higher. Human smuggling, human trafficking and the illegal drug trade have all impacted Australia in recent years

Crime in Melbourne
Crime in Melbourne refers to criminal activity in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. One of the main functions of Victoria Police is to detect criminal activity, and prosecutions take place in the Victorian court system.

Crime in Omaha
Crime in Omaha, Nebraska has varied widely, ranging from the city's early years as a frontier town with typically widespread gambling and prostitution, to civic expectation of higher standards as the city grew, and contemporary concerns about violent crimes related to gangs and dysfunctions of persistent unemployment, poverty and lack of education among some residents.As a major

Crime in South Africa
Crime is a prominent issue in South Africa. South Africa has a high rate of murders, assaults, rapes, and other crimes compared to most countries. Many emigrants from South Africa state that crime was a big factor in their decision to leave

Crime mapping
Crime mapping is used by analysts in law enforcement agencies to map, visualize, and analyze crime incident patterns. It is a key component of crime analysis and the CompStat policing strategy

Crimean War
The Crimean War was a conflict fought between the Russian Empire and an alliance of the French Empire, the British Empire, the Ottoman Empire, and the Kingdom of Sardinia. The war was part of a long-running contest between the major European powers for influence over territories of the declining Ottoman Empire

Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever
Crimean–Congo hemorrhagic fever is a widespread tick-borne viral disease, a zoonosis of domestic animals and wild animals, that may affect humans. The pathogenic virus, especially common in East and West Africa, is a member of the Bunyaviridae family of RNA viruses. Clinical disease is rare in infected mammals, but commonly severe in infected humans, with a 30% mortality rate

Crimen sollicitationis
Crimen sollicitationis is the title of a 1962 document of the Holy Office codifying procedures to be followed in cases of priests or bishops of the Catholic Church accused of having used the sacrament of Penance to make sexual advances to penitents.It repeated, with additions, the contents of an

Criminal citation
Criminal citations are used by police in some jurisdictions in order to charge a person with a crime without the need of making a physical arrest. They are generally used for non-violent, fineable offences and those that carry little incarceration time

Criminal Investigation Department
The Crime Investigation Department is the branch of all Territorial police forces within the British Police and many other Commonwealth police forces, to which plain clothes detectives belong. It is thus distinct from the Uniformed Branch and the Special Branch.The Metropolitan Police Service CID, the first such organisation, was set up on 7 April 1878 by C. E. Howard Vincent

Criminal record
A criminal record is a record of a person's criminal history, generally used by potential employers, lenders etc. to assess his or her trustworthiness. The information included in a criminal record varies between countries and even between jurisdictions within a country

Crimson Skies
Crimson Skies is a media franchise and fictional universe created by Jordan Weisman and Dave McCoy. The series' intellectual property is currently owned by Microsoft Game Studios , although Weisman's new company, Smith & Tinker Inc., has announced that it has licensed the electronic entertainment rights to the franchise.The series is set within an alternate history of the

Crinoid
Crinoids are marine animals that make up the class Crinoidea of the echinoderms . Crinoidea comes from the Greek word krinon, "a lily", and eidos, "form". They live both in shallow water and in depths as great as 6,000 meters. Sea lilies refer to the crinoids which, in their adult form, are attached to the sea bottom by a stalk

Cripple Creek, Colorado
The City of Cripple Creek is a Statutory City that is the county seat of Teller County, Colorado, United States. Cripple Creek is a former gold mining camp located southwest of Colorado Springs near the base of Pikes Peak. The Cripple Creek Historic District, which received National Historic Landmark status in 1961, includes part or all of city and includes surrounding area

Crips
The Crips are a primarily, but not exclusively, African American gang. They were founded in Los Angeles, California, in 1969 mainly by Raymond Washington and Stanley Williams

Crisp (horse)
Crisp was a champion steeplechase horse. He was a bay Thoroughbred gelding that was foaled in 1963 in Australia. In his native country, he won many important jumping races, particularly two-milers, including the Hiskens Steeplechase in 1969 and 1970. So well did he jump, he was nicknamed "The Black Kangaroo"

Crispus Attucks
Crispus Attucks was a dockworker of Wampanoag and African descent. He was the first person shot to death by British redcoats during the Boston Massacre, in Boston, Massachusetts

Cristero War
The Cristero War of 1926 to 1929 was an uprising and counter-revolution against the Mexican government in power at that time. The rebellion was set off by the strict enforcement of the anti-clerical provisions of the Mexican Constitution of 1917 and the expansion of further anti-clerical laws

Cristina Scabbia
Cristina Adriana Chiara Scabbia is an Italian singer, best known as one of the two vocalists in the Italian gothic metal band Lacuna Coil. She also writes an advice column in the popular rock magazine Revolver, alongside musician Vinnie Paul. Scabbia is featured in a Megadeth song, "À Tout le Monde ". She is also the featured artist in the Apocalyptica song "S.O.S

Cristo-Rei
The Sanctuary of Christ the King is a Catholic monument and shrine dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus Christ overlooking the city of Lisbon, Portugal. It was inspired by the Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and inaugurated on 17 May 1959

Criterion validity
A valid measure actually measures what it says it will measure. To define a measure as valid, one can assess different types of validity. The type of validity of measurement assessed depends on what the researcher wants to know

Critical discourse analysis
Critical discourse analysis is an interdisciplinary approach to the study of discourse that views language as a form of social practice and focuses on the ways social and political domination are visible in text and talk.

Critical path method
The critical path method is an algorithm for scheduling a set of project activities. It is an important tool for effective project management.-History:

Critical relative humidity
The critical relative humidity of a salt is defined as the relative humidity of the surrounding atmosphere at which the material begins to absorb moisture from the atmosphere and below which it will not absorb atmospheric moisture.When the humidity of the atmosphere is equal to the critical relative humidity of a sample of salt, the

Critically endangered
Version 2010.3 of the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species identified 3744 Critically Endangered species, subspecies and varieties, stocks and subpopulations.Critically Endangered by kingdom:*1993 Animalia*2 Fungi*1745 Plantae*4 Protista-References:

Croagh Patrick
Croagh Patrick , nicknamed the Reek, is a tall mountain and an important site of pilgrimage in County Mayo, Republic of Ireland. It is from Westport, above the villages of Murrisk and Lecanvey. It is the third highest mountain in County Mayo after Mweelrea and Nephin. On "Reek Sunday", the last Sunday in July every year, over 15,000 pilgrims climb it

Croatan
The Croatan were a small Native American group living in the coastal areas of what is now North Carolina. They may have been a branch of the larger Roanoke people or allied with them.

Croatian dinar
The dinar was the currency of Croatia between December 23, 1991, and May 30, 1994. The ISO 4217 code was HRD.-History:The Croatian dinar replaced the 1990 version of Yugoslav dinar at par. It was a transitional currency introduced following Croatia's declaration of independence. During its existence the dinar declined in value by a factor of about 70

Crocodile
A crocodile is any species belonging to the family Crocodylidae . The term can also be used more loosely to include all extant members of the order Crocodilia: i.e

Crocodile attacks
Crocodile attacks on people are common in places where large crocodiles are native and human populations live.Only six of the 23 crocodilian species are considered dangerous to adult humans, and only individuals in length or more represent a serious danger to humans, as smaller crocodiles are considered incapable of killing a person

Crocodile clip
thumb|Standard clipthumb|Pair of standard clipsA crocodile clip is a simple mechanical device for creating a temporary electrical connector, and is named for its resemblance to an alligator's or crocodile's jaws

Crocodilia
Crocodilia is an order of large reptiles that appeared about 84 million years ago in the late Cretaceous Period . They are the closest living relatives of birds, as the two groups are the only known survivors of the Archosauria

Crocodilopolis
Crocodilopolis or Krokodilopolis or Ptolemais Euergetis or Arsinoe or Krialon was an ancient city in the Heptanomis, Egypt, the capital of Arsinoites nome, on the western bank of the Nile, between the river and the Lake Moeris, southwest of Memphis, in lat. 29° N

Crocoite
Crocoite is a mineral consisting of lead chromate, PbCrO4, and crystallizing in the monoclinic crystal system. It is sometimes used as a paint, being identical in composition with the artificial product chrome yellow. It was discovered at Berezovsky deposit near Ekaterinburg in the Urals in 1766; and named crocoise by F. S

Crocosmia
Crocosmia is a small perennial genus in the iris family Iridaceae, native to the grasslands of Cape Floristic Region, South Africa.They can be evergreen or deciduous perennial herbs, that grow from basal underground corms. The basal, alternate leaves are cauline and distichous

Crocs
Crocs, Inc. is a shoe manufacturer founded by 3 friends - Scott Seamans, Lyndon "Duke" Hanson, and George Boedecker, Jr. - to produce and distribute a foam clog design acquired from a Quebec company called Foam Creations. The shoe had originally been developed as a spa shoe. The first model produced by Crocs, the Beach, was unveiled in 2002 at the Ft

Crocus
Crocus is a genus in the iris family comprising about 80 species of perennials growing from corms. Many are cultivated for their flowers appearing in autumn, winter, or spring

Croft (land)
A croft is a fenced or enclosed area of land, usually small and arable with a crofter's dwelling thereon. A crofter is one who has tenure and use of the land, typically as a tenant farmer.- Etymology :

Croghan (village), New York
Croghan is a village in Lewis County, New York, USA. Its population was 665 at the 2000 census.The village is situated mainly in the south part of the town of Croghan, with a small part in New Bremen

Crohn's disease
Crohn's disease, also known as regional enteritis, is a type of inflammatory bowel disease that may affect any part of the gastrointestinal tract from mouth to anus, causing a wide variety of symptoms

Croissant
A croissant is a buttery flaky pastry named for its distinctive crescent shape. It is also sometimes called a crescent, from the French word for "crescent". Croissants are made of a leavened variant of puff pastry

Croix de guerre
The Croix de guerre is a military decoration of France. It was first created in 1915 and consists of a square-cross medal on two crossed swords, hanging from a ribbon with various degree pins. The decoration was awarded during World War I, again in World War II, and in other conflicts

Crokinole
Crokinole is an action board game similar in various ways to pitchnut, carrom, marbles, and shove ha'penny, with elements of shuffleboard and curling reduced to table-top size

Cromer, New South Wales
Cromer is a suburb of northern Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. Cromer is located 20 kilometres north-east of the Sydney central business district, in the local government area of Warringah Council and is part of the Northern Beaches region. Its lush bushland setting is highly desired, with much of the suburb housing magnificent views of the nearby coast

Crookes tube
A Crookes tube is an early experimental electrical discharge tube, invented by English physicist William Crookes and others around 1869-1875, in which cathode rays, that is electrons, were discovered.

Crop rotation
Crop rotation is the practice of growing a series of dissimilar types of crops in the same area in sequential seasons.Crop rotation confers various benefits to the soil. A traditional element of crop rotation is the replenishment of nitrogen through the use of green manure in sequence with cereals and other crops

Cross country running
Cross country running is a sport in which people run a race on open-air courses over natural terrain. The course, typically long, may include surfaces of grass and earth, pass through woodlands and open country, and include hills, flat ground and sometimes gravel road

Cross elasticity of demand
In economics, the cross elasticity of demand or cross-price elasticity of demand measures the responsiveness of the demand for a good to a change in the price of another good. It is measured as the percentage change in demand for the first good that occurs in response to a percentage change in price of the second good

Cross product
In mathematics, the cross product, vector product, or Gibbs vector product is a binary operation on two vectors in three-dimensional space. It results in a vector which is perpendicular to both of the vectors being multiplied and normal to the plane containing them

Cross-claim
A crossclaim is a claim asserted between codefendants or coplaintiffs in a case and that relates to the subject of the original claim or counterclaim Black's Law Dictionary.-U.S. Federal courts:

Cross-stitch
Cross-stitch is a popular form of counted-thread embroidery in which X-shaped stitches in a tiled, raster-like pattern are used to form a picture. Cross-stitch is often executed on easily countable evenweave fabric called aida cloth. The stitcher counts the threads in each direction so that the stitches are of uniform size and appearance

Crossbar switch
In electronics, a crossbar switch is a switch connecting multiple inputs to multiple outputs in a matrix manner.

Crossbow
A crossbow is a weapon consisting of a bow mounted on a stock that shoots projectiles, often called bolts or quarrels. The medieval crossbow was called by many names, most of which derived from the word ballista, a torsion engine resembling a crossbow in appearance.Historically, crossbows played a significant role in the warfare of East Asia since the 4th century B.C., as well as