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Coiner
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Coiner: One who makes or stamps coin a maker of money usually, a maker of counterfeit money. Precautions such as are employed by coiners and receivers of stolen goods. Ma
Cointreau
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Cointreau: Trademark of an orange-flavored French liqueur which is colorless
Coistril
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Coistril: An inferior groom or lad employed by an esquire to carry the knights arms and other necessaries. [Written also coistrel.] A mean, paltry fellow a coward. [Obs.]
Colliery
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Colliery: The place where coal is dug a coal mine, and the buildings, etc., belonging to it. The coal trade. [Obs.] Johnson.
Colloquialism
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Colloquialism: A colloquial expression, not employed in formal discourse or writing.
Colourist
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Colourist: An artist or designer who uses colour in a skillful way. A colouristic design relates to a special use of colour.
Colporteur
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Colporteur: A person who sells and distributes books, newspapers or religious materials.
Commander
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Commander: This is a person in a powerful position this is often found in a military context. In the navy this is a rank of officer above lieutenant commander and below
Commerce Secretary
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Commerce Secretary: Cabinet member responsible for national and international trade and commerce in the United States
Commercial
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Commercial: To take part in commerce in order to make profits. Any type of radio or television funded by advertising revenue. Chemicals: bulk supply of inadequate qualit
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