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Synonyms for C

a degree on the centigrade scale of temperature

the speed at which light travels in a vacuum

a vitamin found in fresh fruits (especially citrus fruits) and vegetables

one of the four nucleotides used in building DNA

a base found in DNA and RNA and derived from pyrimidine

ten 10s

a unit of electrical charge equal to the amount of charge transferred by a current of 1 ampere in 1 second

a general-purpose programing language closely associated with the UNIX operating system

(music) the keynote of the scale of C major

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street names for cocaine

being ten more than ninety

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2 percent of votes would go to the C's, making them the fourth most popular party nationally, too.
C's Create was already placed under a supervisory post at the Tokyo bourse after it failed to submit its earnings report for the April to June quarter.
With the Fission Content Management System (CMS) Jonny C's has the ability to create, edit and update an unlimited number of content pages from any computer with internet access at any time.
Under a wage-garnishment order, C's employer, P, withholds $800 from C's earnings.
Acting on C's behalf, B (1) solicits donations of used cars, (2) accepts, processes and sells the cars, (3) transfers the sales proceeds to C (less B's fee) and (4) gives each donor substantiation of the contribution, including an acknowledgment that contains the required Sec.
It is undisputed that C's 1993 restructuring transaction had economic substance and a valid business purpose.
B contends that he is entitled to increase his tax basis in C's debt to the Bank, to the extent he personally guaranteed and secured such debt.
Allmerica P & C's net income for the first six months included a gain of $20.
Because C had no close family members, his friend T agreed to act as personal representative for C's estate.
56(g)-l(f)(3)(i), ACE is increased or decreased by the increase or decrease in C's year-end "LIFO recapture amount," which is the excess of C's inventory computed under the FIFO method over its inventory computed under the LIFO method.
After C's purchase, Loss will have 150 shares outstanding: A with 70 shares (47%), B with 30 shares (20%) and C with 50 shares (33%).
D will form a controlled corporation, C, as its wholly owned subsidiary, by transferring to it all of the assets of X in exchange for all of C's stock.