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Cash trade
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Cash trade: Buying and selling of foreign currency immediately after the signing of a contract
Caste
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Caste: One of the hereditary classes into which the Hindoos are divided according to the laws of Brahmanism. Note: The members of the same caste are theoretically of equa
Casual worker
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Casual worker: Temporary worker, worker employed on a temporary basis
Catalytic
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Catalytic: An agent employed in catalysis, as platinum black, aluminium chloride, etc.
Categorematic
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Categorematic: Capable of being employed by itself as a term said of a word.
Cats-tail
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Cats-tail: A stick or club employed in the game of ball called cat or tipcat. Massinger.
Ceraunoscope
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Ceraunoscope: An instrument or apparatus employed in the ancient mysteries to imitate thunder and lightning. T. Moore.
CFI
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CFI: Trade term requiring the seller to pay the costs and freight needed to bring the merchandise to a named port of destination and must also acquire marine insurance a
Chaffer
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Chaffer: To buy or sell to trade in. He chaffered chairs in which churchmen were set. Spenser. To exchange to bandy, as words. Spenser.
Chancery
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Chancery: In England, formerly, the highest court of judicature next to the Parliament, exercising jurisdiction at law, but chiefly in equity but under the jurisdiction a
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