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Civil ceremony
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Civil ceremony: Ceremony which takes place without a religious official (usually in a courthouse) civil marriage, nuptial agreement
Clachan
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Clachan: A small village containing a church. [Scot.] Sir W. Scott Sitting at the clachon alehouse. R. L. Stevenson.
Clapboard
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Clapboard: To cover with clapboards as, to clapboard the sides of a house. [U. S.] Bartlett.
Clean
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Clean : To be erased of dirt by washing and rubbing. Pure and correct, with respect to moral principles. To become hygienic ,neat and free of dirt or impurities.
Clean house
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Clean house: Get rid of corruption in an institution tidy up a house, put things in order
Clearing house
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Clearing house: Institution maintained by banks where accounts and mutual claims are settled
Clearinghouse
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Clearinghouse: Place where mutual claims and accounts are settled agency for classifying and distributing
Clerkless
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Clerkless: Unlearned. [Obs.] E. Waterhouse.
Clinker-built
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Clinker-built: Having the side planks (af a boat) so arranged that the lower edge of each overlaps the upper edge of the plank next below it like clapboards on a house. S
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