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Ceramics refers to the art and science of forming objects from earth materials containing or combined with silica; the objects are then heated to 1300°F or more.
A commodity is good that is generally a primary good used in manufacturing such as timber, cotton, wool and copper.
Cereal refers to any grain or edible seed of the grass family which may be used as food.
Coal refers to a combustible black or brownish-black sedimentary rock composed mostly of carbon and hydrocarbons.
Computing machine, now known as computer, used increasingly from the 1920s, refers to any machine that does the work of a human computer, i.e. any machine that calculates in accordance with effective methods.
Computing device denotes a desktop computer or a laptop computer.
Cocktail is a kind if beverage especially an alcoholic one, made by mixing two or more drinks together, as in Margarita,
Coalescing refers to the flowing or melding together of emulsion particles when a latex paint dries.
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