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Cement
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Cement mean: Grey powder created from clay, limestone, water and sand. Dentist material to fill cavities.
Central Heating
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Central Heating Heat sent to a building via pipes and radiators. A Central area of heating to a home or building.
Chalet
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Chalet Sloping roof and wide eaves. A Holiday home of Swiss descent. Often seen in Snowy mountains.
Chamber of deputies
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Chamber of deputies: Lower house of parliament (in the Italian government)
Chambering
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Chambering: An officer or servant who has charge of a chamber or chambers. An upper servant of an inn. [Obs.] An officer having the direction and management of the privat
Chapterhouse
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Chapterhouse: Building connected to a monastery or cathedral house used as a dwelling place by a chapter of a fraternity
Chargehouse
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Chargehouse: A schoolhouse. [Obs.]
Charivari
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Charivari: A mock serenade of discordant noises, made with kettles, tin horns, etc., designed to annoy and insult. Note: It was at first performed before the house of any
Charnel
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Charnel: A charnel house a grave a cemetery. In their proud charnel of Thermopyl?. Byron.
Charnel house
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Charnel house: Vault or place where dead bodies and bones are stored place wherein there is much physical distress and pain and loss of life (e.g., "the bombarding turne
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