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Caffe Americano
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Caffe Americano: Americano, espresso coffee diluted with hot water
Caffeic
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Caffeic: Pertaining to, or obtained from, coffee. Caffeic acid, an acid obtained from coffee tannin, as a yellow crystalline substance,
Caffein
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Caffein: Caffeine, vegetable alkaloid found in coffee and tea plants, stimulant
Caffeinated
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Caffeinated: Containing caffeine, with caffeine motivated or stimulated by or as by caffeine (e.g. "caffeinated employees")
Caffeine
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Caffeine: A white, bitter, crystallizable substance, obtained from coffee. It is identical with the alkaloid theine from tea leaves, and with guaranine from guarana.
Caffeine-low
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Caffeine-low : Having a reduced amount of caffeine, containing very little caffeine
Caffeine-poisoning
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Caffeine-poisoning: Poisoning which occurs from an overdose of caffeine
Caffeinic
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Caffeinic: Of caffeine, pertaining to the stimulant found in coffee and tea plants
Caffetannic
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Caffetannic: Pertaining to, or derived from, the tannin of coffee. Caffetannic acid, a variety of tannin obtained from coffee berries, regarded as a glucoside.
Cafila cafileh
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Cafila cafileh: A caravan of travelers a military supply train or government caravan a string of pack horses.
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