American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- abbr. curie.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An abbreviation of Companion of the Order of the Indian Empire, an Anglo-Indian order of knighthood instituted on January 1st, 1878.
- n. An abbreviation of carriage, insurance, and freight (used in contracts relating to direct shipments of cotton to spinners, when these charges are prepaid).
- n. a unit of radioactivity equal to the amount of a radioactive isotope that decays at the rate of 37,000,000,000 disintegrations per second
- adj. being one more than one hundred
“While I was looking at the tombstones in the churchyard, I stumbled upon a blackened, four-cornered urn with the following inscription, on one side in French: 'Ci-git Théophile-Henri,”
“Literaria, "London, 1844, 8vo, p. 1; the title is in French:" Ci commence le fables et le cointise de dame Siriz. ”
“Another is called Ci-Devant Occupations; - or - Madame Talian and the Empress Josephine Dancing Naked Before Barras in the Winter of 1797 - a Fact.”
“They have all kinds of conditions normally, the best is the no fees, 6 month expiry such as Ci Ci, in Canada and US, I purchase them in Canada, don't know if they are sold in the US.”
“Ci," responds a dark, erect gentleman, striding forward and saying, in clear Italian, "Are there no other passengers?”
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“Ci auguriamo che ti piace, si prega di non farci sapere la vostra thoughts. rnTurn i diffusori, e godetevi.”
“Ci sono bambini lontani che aspettano piece for one person di trovare qualcuno che si occupi di loro, bambini che desiderano essere nipoti e anziani che vogliono essere nonni!.”
“Ci incontriamo in un noto ristorante di Los Angeles ed anche criminal lui amore the prima vista.”
“Ci siamo conosciuti all'Universit di Architettura.”
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