- curie; curies.
- commerce and industry.
- commercial and industrial.
- Channel Islands.
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Examples from the Web for ci
I have very pleasant relationships with many parents of implanted children and CI users.
That being said, people in the deaf community felt free to make pointed and derisive comments about my CI.
The deaf culture advocates tell me I should fling away my CI and make my home within the community.
My experience in the firestorm of the culture wars has complicated my relationship with deaf and CI communities.
The CI advocates tell me that I should give up using ASL and become fully immersed in the hearing world.
"Yes," said Poppy softly, and her voice was ci risuoniamo in cristallo.Poppy
Landau is more precise, and Antona Traversi follows him in naming sonnets c. and ci.Giovanni Boccaccio, a Biographical Study
Ci faut li livre maistre Wace,Qu'in velt avant fere—s'in face!The Chronicle of the Norman Conquest
A Venetian says Ci a thousand times in a day, and hails every one but his superior in that way.Venetian Life
William Dean Howells
Mrs. Temple almost collapsed at this double shock: "Ci—cigars?"Excuse Me!
- Côte d'Ivoire
- Channel Islands
- collective intelligence: the ability of a group to solve more problems than its individual members
- Côte d'Ivoire (international car registration)
- color index
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