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Champlain period
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Champlain period: A subdivision of the Quaternary age immediately following the Glacial period so named from beds near Lake Champlain. Note: The earlier deposits of this
Checkbite
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Checkbite: Act of biting into a sheet of hardened material (such as wax) to record the relationship between the contrasting surfaces of upper and lower teeth record obta
Chiffon
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Chiffon mean : Silk or nylon fabric, partly seen through. Cooking: A light texture.
Chinese Lantern
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Chinese Lantern mean : Collapsible lantern made of paper bright colours, used for decorations and Chinese festivals.
Chip board
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Chip board: Poor quality cardboard material made from recycled paper board made from waste wood and resin
Chlorination
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Chlorination: The act or process of subjecting anything to the action of chlorine especially, a process for the extraction of gold by exposure of the auriferous material
Chrome
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Chrome Another word for chromium, a hard metallic element. An item plated with chrome. Usage: Very resistant to corrosion.
Cinnabar
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Cinnabar mean : A red mineral, source of mercury. A large and dark moth.
Circumstances
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Circumstances: Condition of a person with respect to income and material state
Cladding
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Cladding: A protective layer of metal on another piece of metal, the metal is bonded. This could protect the outside of a building.
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