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  • cambrian To geologists the range is of special interest, including as it does at one end of the scale Cambrian beds of enormous antiquity and at the other rocks of Tertiary age.
  • camera We took smoked and amber glasses, a pen and paper, a camera and field glasses.
  • cameraman Women screamed, and one or two threatened to faint; but it was nothing more dangerous than the cameraman of the Independent Press Service, who had hired a step-ladder, and got it set up in a corner of the room, ready for any climax!
  • cameroon Who like he could know the language and the little failings of his dusky machine-gun crew that he had trained so long and so carefully in the Cameroon?
  • campaign We'll open a social campaign.
  • camping We were moving along in a good current, looking for a camping ground, and had little thought for the birds, which could never get far enough ahead to hide securely.
  • caring The noble not caring of the spirit, is beyond the mere passion of the animal.
  • catering Catering by Podalsky and Rodenheim.
  • clamoring In hunting, one may frequently trace the exact course of a fox which the dogs are driving, by the crows clamoring over him.
  • clearing Where were you coming from when you struck the clearing?
  • comparing In comparing your D. R. latitude, advanced the true course and distance steamed to noon, and your latitude by observation taken at noon, suppose there is a difference of several minutes.
  • covering He came a few paces nearer, covering the distance she had placed between them when she unconsciously backed The Prince.
  • cowering Her eyes were large and frightened and her back was bent as though she was cowering from a blow.
  • hammering I feel so overcome by this event that I must lie down; my head is nearly bursting with pain, and when I close my eyes the harsh hammering sound of that wooden instrument, which surely has received the name of "divine" in derision, rushes wildly into my ears, and I feel feverish and exhausted from the heat and oppressive air of the room.
  • Cambering These, it must be confessed, look far less attractive in the latest Paris fashion, unless white as the whites themselves: on the other hand, few white girls could look well in douillette and mouchoir,-not merely because of color contrast, but because they have not that amplitude of limb and particular cambering of the torso peculiar to the half-breed race, with its large bulk and stature.
  • Cameras Was it likely this man would go out and pose for cameras, when he had just refused fifteen hundred dollars a week from Mr. T-S to do that very thing?
  • Capering At this Miss Nugent ceased her capering, and wrath possessed her that the enemy should thus misunderstand the gravity of the situation.
  • Careering In the meantime," he added, with a forced laugh-"in the meantime, I find myself now and again wishing I was a sailor brave and bold, careering round the Cape of Good Hope in a gale of wind, and with no loftier aspiration in my mind than a pint of rum and a well-filled pipe."
  • Cohering This is the first and fundamental incoherence of the theory; life has simply no meaning apart from those functions which we speak of as ministering to life; unless we mean by life the mere cohering together of the bodily organism-an end more effectually secured without any such complex apparatus, by a stone or by an elementary atom.
  • Smearing I have tried smearing myself with kerosene, but that does not seem to trouble them at all.
  • Cumbering All these are unpleasant sensations, and I sweep them out of my mind as quickly as I possibly can, not from any exalted motives, but simply as useless, cumbering lumber, for which I decline to use my brain at a storehouse.
  • Cameron She eventually married the owner of the claim adjoining hers, a Mr. Cameron.
  • yammering You'd be yammering, just the same.
  • cameramen The artists took full advantage of their temporarily greater importance than cameramen.

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