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- The symbol for the element chlorine.
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- n. Internet code of Chile.
- n. Symbol for chlorine.
- abbr. A cluster.
- abbr. A cluster of galaxies — a galaxy cluster.
- abbr. A cluster of stars — a star cluster.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
The word Clœlius in Plutarch may be a mistake of the copyists.
More recently, someone — not 42 — has been planting enigmatic clues on Web sites and fake MySpace profiles to promote a film Abrams is producing that so far is best known by the c odename Cl o verfield.
N-halamines are already used widely, but the South Dakota researchers were able to develop a new type known as Cl-TMPM.
It's also interesting that in the cost of living column the authors price health care at the IMSS price, but tout private health care such as Clínica Mérida and Star Médica in the blurb.
The 'Cl's' are always gentle and lovely girls you would die for!
"Don't you really prefer the 'Cl's'?" said Ralph, persuasively.
Note that this does not call into question the anthropogenic source of the Cl which is still from CFCs.
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Spirit AeroSystems Hldgs Inc. Cl A topped the list in late trading for Buying on Weakness , which tracks stocks that fell in price but had the largest inflow of money.
Spirit AeroSystems Hldgs Inc. Cl A topped the list at midday for Buying on Weakness , which tracks stocks that fell in price but had the largest inflow of money.