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- n. The ISO 3166-1 two-letter (alpha-2) code for the Cocos Islands.
- n. A Roman numeral representing two hundred (200).
- carbon copy
- cement coated
- chief complaint
- circuit court
- City College
- closed caption
- Community College
- courtesy copy
- Creative Commons
- credit card
- cubic centimetre
- cruiser, a type of warship
- Companion of the Order of Canada
- contrasting colour
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An artist, for example, can release her work under a CC Attribution-Noncommercial license, but then, using the CC+ infrastructure, enable those who want commercial rights or anything else beyond the freedoms granted in the license to link to a site that can provide those other rights.
Two stout strips of hard rubber RR, with planed grooves gg (Fig. 7) to fit the middle portion of the pieces cc, serve to clamp the latter and hold them firmly in position by means of two bolts CC (of which only one is shown) passing through the ends of the strips.
While we're talking about Sun Studio compiler options, there's a new article out on the translation of familiar Gnu compiler options (gcc / g++ / gfortran) to the Sun Studio cc, CC, and f95 compilers.
$CC, 'LD' = > '$ (CC)', 'CCFLAGS' = > '- fno-strict-aliasing', 'OBJECT' = >
I did say that the CC is and has been a human rights violator.
Again — are you saying that the CC is a rampant committer of evil, and that any good they do does not, in comparison to other groups, make them on balance ‘good’?
Doug: “Again — are you saying that the CC is a rampant committer of evil, and that any good they do does not, in comparison to other groups, make them on balance ‘good’?”
The 52 CC is to the classic mountain rifle as Jessica Simpson is to Ms. Beau Garrett — voluptuous as opposed to lithe.
I'd love it to stay in CC; however, they need to do more to clean the place up.
I've been in CC for 6 years and still can't stand Lotties or the Alehouse.