A consultant is an entity , either individual, partnership or corporation, engaged to provide professional independent and expert advice or services.

Computer numerical controlled machines (CNC machines) are sophisticated metalworking tools that can create complicated parts required by modern technology. Growing rapidly with the advances in computers, CNCs can be found performing work as lathes, milling machines, laser cutters, abrasive jet cutters, punch presses, press brakes, and other industrial tools.

A Computer centre (UK spelling, the USA spells it center) refers to central area or place equipped with a general-purpose machine that processes data according to a set of instructions that are stored internally either temporarily or permanently.

Computer-aided design (CAD) is defined as the use of high-resolution graphics in a wide range of design activities, allowing quick evaluation and modification of intent.

Compliance coal is a coal, or a blend of coal, that meets sulfur dioxide emission standards for air quality without the need for flue-gas desulfurization.

Compartment refers to a unit of shelving, single- or double-sided, consisting of horizontal shelves between standards, uprights, or upright frames.

Comparison is described as the the process of comparing a biometric sample with a previously stored reference template or templates.

Cohesion refers to the ability of a coating to hold together (the attraction of molecules within the coating).

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