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Caravan trailer
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Caravan trailer: Motor vehicle equipped as traveling living quarters
Caravanner
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Caravanner: Leader of a convoy person who travels by a trailer home, one who lives in a trailer home
Caravanning
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Caravanning: (British) traveling in trailers practice of taking vacation in a caravan
Caribbean
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Caribbean the Caribbean is a chain of islands the Caribbean island speck different English The was the first place where the carib where fond. best set of island in the
Carpetbag
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Carpetbag: A portable bag for travelers so called because originally made of carpet.
Carpool
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Carpool: Method of cooperative travel in which each member takes a turn bringing the group to the workplace or school in his own car
Cash railway
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Cash railway: A form of cash carrier in which a small carrier or car travels upon a kind of track.
Caterpillar tractor
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Caterpillar tractor: Tractor designed to travel over rough terrain
Cautionary block
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Cautionary block: A block in which two or more trains are permitted to travel, under restrictions imposed by a caution card or the like.
Cha
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Cha: Tea the Chinese (Mandarin) name, used generally in early works of travel, and now for a kind of rolled tea used in Central Asia. A pot with hot water . . . made with
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