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C – CSI: Miami[edit]

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CSTS – Cahokia[edit]

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Cai Lun – Call of Cthulhu (role-playing game)[edit]

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Call of Duty – Camp Nou[edit]

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Campaign history of the Roman military – Canadian dollar[edit]

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Canadian federal election, 1993 – A Canticle for Leibowitz[edit]

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Cantilever – Caper[edit]

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Capercaillie – Carboniferous[edit]

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Carboxylic acid – Carlyle Group[edit]

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John D. Carmack – Carrot[edit]

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