Carding; carded is described as a preliminary process in manufacturing spun yarn, after wool is scoured and dried. Wool is fed into a carding machine that opens it into an even layer, removing as much burr and seed as possible and a certain amount of short or broken fibers, then draws the fibers parallel to each other to form a continuous strand of fibers called a sliver.

Clearing house refers to a department of the exchange, through which all trades on the exchange are cleared and adjusted; it is an agency associated with an exchange, which settles trades and regulates delivery; 30 office where banks exchange checks and drafts and settle accounts.

Chinese river crab - (Eriocheir sinensis) refers to a square shaped carapace, a little longer than wide, markedly convex and uneven, bearing four sharply edged epigastric lobes. Propodus of the fifth pereiopod rather narrow and slender with dactylus claw-shaped.

A Cylinder is defined as:

1.) the drum-like part of a rotary printing press, also called a mandrel, to which curved printing plates are attached; and

2.) the seamless curved plate used on a press to print gravure stamps.

Concrete is described as the mixture of Portland cement, sand, gravel, and water. Used to make garage and basement floors, sidewalks, patios, foundation walls, etc. It is commonly reinforced with steel rods or wire screening.

Coloring agent pertains to colored aggregates
Colored aggregates or mineral oxides ground finer than cement.

The Chemical industry involves the processing of, or change in, raw materials obtained by mining, and agriculture among other supply sources, into materials and substances that are useful on their own, or in other industries.

Carriage is described as the fixture in the print device that holds the print cartridge. The carriage may slide on a carriage rod or rods to scan/pass over the media.

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