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Contactor
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Contactor: Mechanically operated switch for connecting and stopping an electric circuit person who couples railroad cars (Archaic)
Continuous
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Continuous: Without break, cessation, or interruption without intervening space or time uninterrupted unbroken continual 6. unceasing 7. constant 8. continued 9. protract
Control valve
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Control valve: Mechanical device controlling the flow of a substance (liquid, gas, etc.)
Coupe
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Coupe: The front compartment of a French diligence also, the front compartment (usually for three persons) of a car or carriage on British railways. A four-wheeled close
Coupling
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Coupling: The act of bringing or coming together connection sexual union. (Mach.) A device or contrivance which serves to couple or connect adjacent parts or objects as,
Cowfish
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Cowfish: A leguminous climbing plant of the genus Mucuna, having crooked pods covered with sharp hairs, which stick to the fingers, causing intolerable itching. The spicu
Crankweb
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Crankweb: One of the pair of arms that carry the big-end journal (Mechanics)
Crash barrier
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Crash barrier: Guard rail, rail along a road which protects a car in an accident
Crashworthiness
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Crashworthiness: Resistant to the effects of a car collision, extent to which a car or other vehicle will protect its occupants from the outcomes of an accident or colli
Cream puff
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Cream puff: Small pastry filled with cream (Slang) weak person, timid person (Slang) old used car which is in extremely good condition
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