Other definitions for Cn (2 of 3)
Other definitions for Cn (3 of 3)
How to use Cn in a sentence
In April, Westport Innovations delivered four tenders—cars that can carry 10,000 gallons of LNG—to CN.
CN: I have done a lot of reading about Berlin in the late '20s and early '30s before the darkness descended.
CN: There is something loose in human affairs and we have to be alert to it.
CN: It is about a polite, attractive woman, who works in the Berlin police department.
CN: The difference between the merely recounted and the made up is the difference between the mundane and the infinite.
Cinna, who caused himself to be re-elected consul for the fourth time, and Cn.
M. Licinius Crassus became one of his ablest lieutenants, and it was then that Cn.
To these five armies the Senate could oppose but one; that of Cn.
Qui cum in contione dixisset esse quidem praeclarum virum Cn.
Exceptus igitur qudam cn satis parc et paene cottdin, hc tantum nsusurrvit8: Nn putbam m tibi esse tam familirem.