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Cordon: A cord or ribbon bestowed or borne as a badge of honor a broad ribbon, usually worn after the manner of a baldric, constituting a mark of a very high grade in an
Country Joe
Country Joe: "Country" Joe McDonald (born 1942), American rock singer and guitarist, lead member of the psychedelic rock band "Country Joe and the Fish"
Country Joe McDonald
Country Joe McDonald: (born 1942) American rock singer and guitarist, lead member of the psychedelic rock band "Country Joe and the Fish"
Courtney Love
Courtney Love: (born 1964) American rock and roll singer (was the wife of Kurt Cobain, deceased singer of the rock group "Nirvana")
Crichton: Family name Michael Crichton (born 1942), United States author of many famous books (such as "Jurassic Park", "Congo", and many others) and movie and televisio
Crime and Punishment
Crime and Punishment: Famous Russian novel written by Dostoyevsky in 1866 about fear and regret of a student (Raskolnikoff) after he murdered an old woman for her money
Crispin Glover
Crispin Glover: (born 1964) American television and movie actor best known for his role in "Back to the Future"
Cronenberg: Family name David Cronenberg (born 1943 as David Paul Cronenberg), Canadian horror and science fiction movie director
Crosby: Family name Harry Lillis "Bing" Crosby (1904-1977), American singer and actor city in Minnesota (USA)
Cusack: Family name John Cusack (born 1966), American movie actor (known for his role in "Say Anything")
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