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Classified material
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Classified material: Sorted material, material which has been grouped
Clay
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Clay: A type of fine soil. Plastic when moist and hear when heated. Can create bricks or ceramics.
Clear soup
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Clear soup: Soup which does not contain fat or other material which clouds the water
Cloaking
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Cloaking: The act of covering with a cloak the act of concealing anything. To take heed of their dissembings and cloakings. Strype. The material of which of which cloaks
Clothes
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Clothes: Covering for the human body dress vestments vesture a general term for whatever covering is worn, or is made to be worn, for decency or comfort. She . . . speaks
Clothing
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Clothing: Garments in general clothes dress raiment covering. From others he shall stand in need of nothing, Yet on his brothers shall depend for clothing. Milton. As for
Coat
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Coat: A garment with sleeves, that covers the body, mostly used to keep warm. Hair, wool or fur covering the body of an animal.
Cobalt
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Cobalt: Often used in alloys (alloys = mixture containing two or more metallic elements). A hard metalic element, silver-white color. Symbol = Co
Coded material
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Coded material: Material which has been encrypted so people without the code cant read it
Coir
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Coir: Stiff coarse fibre from the outer husk of a coconut. Used for making rope and coarse fabric.
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