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Comprehensive school
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Comprehensive school: School in which students study both commercial industrial and professional subjects
Concordant
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Concordant: Agreeing correspondent harmonious consonant. Were every one employed in points concordant to their natures, professions, and arts, commonwealths would rise up
Concorde
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Concorde: Trademark of supersonic passenger plane that was manufactured and operated jointly by France and England which was used for transatlantic flights (operated fro
Conductivity
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Conductivity: The quality or power of conducting, or of receiving and transmitting, as, the conductivity of a nerve. Thermal conductivity (Physics), the quantity of heat
Confession
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Confession: Acknowledgment avowal, especially in a matter pertaining to ones self the admission of a debt, obligation, or crime. With a crafty madness keeps aloof, When w
Confraternity
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Confraternity: A society or body of men united for some purpose, or in some profession a brotherhood. These live in one society and confraternity. Stow.
Confute
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Confute: To overwhelm by argument to refute conclusively to prove or show to be false or defective to overcome to silence. Satan stood . . . confuted and convinced Of his
Conscience
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Conscience: Knowledge of ones own thoughts or actions consciousness. [Obs.] The sweetest cordial we receive, at last, Is conscience of our virtuous actions past. Denham.
Consideration
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Consideration: The act or process of considering continuous careful thought examination contemplation deliberation 6. attention. Let us think with consideration. Sir P. S
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Consist: To stand firm to be in a fixed or permanent state, as a body composed of parts in union or connection to hold together to be to exist 6. to subsist 7. to be supp
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