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Call in sick
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Call in sick: Notify a workplace that one will not come to work due to illness
Calmness
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Calmness: The state of quality of being calm quietness tranquillity self-repose. The gentle calmness of the flood. Denham. Hes calmness was the repose of conscious power.
Came in contact with
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Came in contact with: Got in touch with, met with, associated with was exposed to (e.g. a disease)
Camion
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Camion: (French) truck dray, cart or wagon used for transporting heavy loads
Cancer
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Cancer mean: A malignant growth or tumour caused by abnormal cell division. A disease resulting from this. An evil influence that spreads easily.
Canker
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Canker: To waste away, grow rusty, or be oxidized, as a mineral. [Obs.] Silvering will sully and canker more than gliding. Bacom. To be or become diseased, or as if disea
Canthoplasty
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Canthoplasty: The operation of forming a new canthus, when one has been destroyed by injury or disease.
Capillary
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Capillary mean: Like a hair and very slender. Having a fine bore. Very small blood vessels linking the arteries and the veins.
Caravan camp
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Caravan camp: Dwelling area comprised of caravans (temporary transportable houses)
Carbohydrate
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Carbohydrate mean: A large group of energy producing compounds like sugar and starches. They contain Carbon, Hydrogen and oxygen.
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