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Casablanca
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Casablanca: Port city in northwestern Morocco famous film starring Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman (1943)
Cat Stevens
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Cat Stevens: Yusuf Islam (born 1948), English singer songwriter and musician who converted to Islam
Catherine Zeta-Jones
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Catherine Zeta-Jones: (born 1969) English born U.S. movie actress, won an Oscar as best supporting actress for her role in the 2002 movie "Chicago", wife of movie actor
Catskills
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Catskills: Mountainous region in eastern New York state (USA) that is famous for being a holiday resort region
Cause c
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Cause c: Controversial issue that is widely discussed (e.g. famous lawsuit)
Cc ira
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Cc ira: The refrain of a famous song of the French Revolution.
Celebrated
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Celebrated: Having celebrity distinguished renowned. Celebrated for the politeness of his manners. Macaulay. Syn. Distinguished famous noted 6. famed 7. renowned 8. illu
Celebrious
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Celebrious: Famous. [Obs.] Speed.
Celebrity chef
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Celebrity chef: Chef who is famous for his or her cooking and often appears on a TV cooking show or has his/her own TV show
Celebutante
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Celebutante: Person who seeks the limelight by associating with celebrities celebrity who is famous in a trendy society debutante who becomes a celebrity
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