- n. Plural form of c.
“Cnooc Assistant President Wang Jiaxiang said the price would be linked with crude oil prices at the delivery time, and that it was Cnoo c's first medium-term LNG agreement.”
“In the neat unwinding of a tight play – which has a trigger of tension in the possibility of torture – each of these c's springs a surprise.”
“Oh Good, another informed voter, it's spelled with two c's and no k. 72 years old, had cancer twice and we have a bimbo a heart beat away from the button”
“An answer was found in the end to the question "how many 'c's are there in Cric (c) ieth?" but so far the equally difficult question on "how many syllables are there in the word 'Nationalist'?" remains unsolved.”
“I'm taking another venture into the brave new world tomorrow, with my first experience of a live Met satellite-cast at the movie theater, with Natalie Dessay (for whom we once went to Paris only to have her cancel) and the latest king of the high c's, Juan Diego Florez.”
“So we have the three c's: creativity, connectedness, compassion, and we threw calmness in there, too.”
“In the modified model, however, the b's and c's are allowed to determine the relative importance of within - and between-group selection, rather than arbitrarily assuming that within-group selection is as strong as it can possibly be.”
“ Her gums were panels of canyons, peaking then falling, making uneven crevices where s's and c's would fall to their deaths.”
“So "Oh, my God!" could have some real meaning if extraordinary c's are discovered in President Obama's nominee.”
“Full ultegra components, mavic race wheels, fully carbon frame and fork, brand new eggbeater c's, etc etc.”
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