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Wikipedia - Comparative literature -- Academic discipline comparing literature across cultures
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Wikipedia - Complex system -- System composed of many interacting components
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Wikipedia - Confederacion Nacional del Trabajo -- Confederation of anarcho-syndicalist labour unions
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Wikipedia - Confederate artworks in the United States Capitol -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - Confederate Defenders of Charleston -- Monument in Charleston, South Carolina
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Wikipedia - Confederate Memorial Day -- Observance day in a number of Southern states in the U.S. to honor those who died fighting for the Confederate States during the American Civil War
Wikipedia - Confederate Memorial State Historic Site -- Historic site in Missouri
Wikipedia - Confederate Monument (Fort Worth, Texas) -- Outdoor Confederate memorial installed in Fort Worth, Texas
Wikipedia - Confederate Monument (Franklin, Tennessee) -- Monument in Franklin, Tennessee, United States
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Wikipedia - Confederate Soldier Memorial (Huntsville, Alabama) -- Monument to the Confederate Army in Huntsville, Alabama
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Wikipedia - Confederate States Army -- Southern army in American Civil War
Wikipedia - Confederate States of America -- Unrecognized breakaway states in North America, 1861-1865
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Wikipedia - Confederation Congress Proclamation of 1783
Wikipedia - Confederation des syndicats nationaux -- Trade union federation in Quebec
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Wikipedia - Confederation Line -- Light metro line in Ottawa, Ontario
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Wikipedia - Confederation of Forest Industries
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Wikipedia - Congolese National Liberation Front -- Political party in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
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Wikipedia - Connecticut Attorney General -- Attorney general for the U.S. state of Connecticut
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Wikipedia - Connex Melbourne -- Defunct Australian train operator
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Wikipedia - Conquest of California -- Early military operation of the Mexican-American War where the United States was able to occupy and eventually annex Alta California
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Wikipedia - Conservation and restoration of books, manuscripts, documents and ephemera
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Wikipedia - Consideration and initiating structure
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Wikipedia - Considerations on Representative Government
Wikipedia - Consideration -- Concept of legal value in connection with contracts
Wikipedia - Consolidated XB-41 Liberator -- American bomber escort prototype
Wikipedia - Consortium of Liberal Arts Colleges
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Wikipedia - Constance Bartlett Hieatt -- American scholar of medieval cooking, language, and literature
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Wikipedia - Constans II -- Byzantine Emperor of the Heraclian dynasty
Wikipedia - Constantijn Huygens Prize -- Dutch literary award
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Wikipedia - Consulate general
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Wikipedia - Contaflex SLR -- Family of 35mm SLR cameras
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Wikipedia - Contrex -- Mineral water brand
Wikipedia - Controller-General of Finances
Wikipedia - Control register -- A processor register which changes or controls the general behavior of a CPU
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Wikipedia - Convair B-36 Peacemaker -- Large strategic bomber operated by US Air Force from 1949 to 1959
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Wikipedia - Coolant -- Substance used to reduce or regulate the temperature of a system
Wikipedia - Cool Cymru -- Culture, music and arts era
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Wikipedia - Cooperative breeding -- Social system
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Wikipedia - Cooperative principle
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Wikipedia - Copland (operating system)
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Wikipedia - Coppery-headed emerald -- Species of bird
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Wikipedia - Coptic literature
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Wikipedia - Coptoptera -- Genus of beetles
Wikipedia - Copyright status of works by the federal government of the United States -- Aspect of copyright law
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Wikipedia - Cordillera Central (Peru) -- Part of the Andes in Peru
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Wikipedia - Cordillera -- Extensive chain of mountains or mountain ranges
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Wikipedia - Cordylomera -- Genus of beetles
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Wikipedia - Coriolis-Stokes force -- A forcing of the mean flow in a rotating fluid due to interaction of the Coriolis effect and wave-induced Stokes drift
Wikipedia - Cornelis Pama -- Dutch heraldist and genealogist (1916 - 1994)
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Wikipedia - Cosmography -- Science that maps the general features of the cosmos or universe
Wikipedia - Cosmopolis: A Literary Review
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