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  • campaign Who but he would have been able to overcome the terrible dangers of the Russian campaign, and, with an eagle's flight, return to France from the snowy deserts of Russia, without losing a single plume of his wings?"
  • campanile Of Verona's forty churches these three are the most typical and interesting, and San Zenone, with its great architectural simplicity and wonderful campanile, holds the palm.
  • camping The girls are bent on camping out.
  • combine The changes and omissions made necessary by the process of separating the part from the whole, the deliberate readjustment of perspective to bring the poem up to the historical conditions of the later date, and the careful editing which strove to remove blemishes and weaknesses due to inexperience, combine to make the 1786 version practically a new poem.
  • companion What kind of a woman do you want as a companion for your mother?
  • company "Oh, you must wait for the company," his mother told him.
  • compare Compare the government of a village with that of a city.
  • comparing The meeting of a number of intelligent practical planters afforded a good opportunity for comparing their views.
  • compile Bob Chandler, owner and publisher of the Bulletin, spent years trying to persuade Brogan to compile his extensive knowledge of Central Oregon into a book.
  • complain "You could not have chosen a better example of those half-truths you complain of," said he.
  • complainer
  • Companies Egward, keeper of the barks, arise like the roaring waves of the sea: pursue the black companies of the enemy.
  • campaigned Another using two of the later type twin spark plug heads in the stock, was run in the original 1954 Kieft-Climax V8 Grand Prix chassis with downdraft Weber 40IDF carburetors when they were finally mated and the construction finished on 21 September 2002 at VSCC Silverstone Meeting, and this car was campaigned in VSCC events for the next 10 years.
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