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chamber of commerceC. of C.
(Archaeology) monument composed of stone megaliths encircling a mound; dolmen, tomb comprised of two vertical stone slabs supporting a horizontal stone slab, burial chamber, stone circlecromlech
accumulation of pus in the outer chamber of the eye (Ophthalmology)hypopyon
achieved or performed together, arranged for orchestra or chamber ensemble, planned, devised; arranged by agreement; concentrated, intensiveconcerted
act of vaulting, arch, dome; room with an arch or a dome; secure room for storing money or valuables; underground burial chamber; pole vaulting, arched ceiling, arched part of body, build something as vault, curvet, form vault, leap up or over (especia...vault
advance excavation, cesspool, drainage ditch, pit into which waste liquid drains; chamber into which motor fluids drain before being recirculation or disposal, drainage reservoir in mine, oil pan, reservoir for liquidsump
advertisement on radio or television, done for profit, for industrial use, paid for with advertising, pertaining to buying and selling, pertaining to business, relating to commerce, suitable for trading, television or radio advertisementcommercial
against business principles or practices, not concerned with commerce or business, that is not involved with trade, not conforming to accepted commercial practice, unprofitableuncommercial
airtight chamber, airtight chamber; blockage in a pipe due to an air bubble, obstruction in flow of liquidairlock
airtight tower or structure used to store grain; underground structure that serves as a housing and launching pad for a ballistic missile, container for grain or animal feed, missile safety chamber, store in silosilo
American corporation headquartered in California, developer and manufacturer of middleware and software for large business and e-commerce applicationsBea
ammunition box, coffer, float to raise ships, horse-drawn vehicle, underwater work chamber, water block, watertight chamber for working underwater; ammunition cartcaisson
ancient cylindrical clay object, chamber for piston, cylinder seal, geometric solid, geometric surface, long thin container, rotating part of printing press, rotating part of revolver, tube shape, tube-shaped figure; physical storage unit in a hard dri...cylinder
ancient Roman assembly, legislative body, parliament, legislature, council of citizens with lawmaking and deliberative functions (esp. the U.S. Senate); house of parliament, building or hall in which a legislative body meets (esp. the chamber of the U....senate
Anton Bruckner (1824-1896), Austrian composer and organist known for his nine symphonies and chamber musicBruckner
apparatus which provides heat for cooking or warmth and is powered by electricity or fuel, appliance for cooking or heating, heat in a stove, heat-producing chamber or device, stave, stave (Past participle of)stove
area of business or industry, business publication, business; commerce; barter; occupation, buy and sell goods, buying and selling, commercial customers, commercial; of commerce, deal, deal in something, transact, buy and sell; barter, exchange;
areas or buildings where servants work, chamber, bureau; role; incumbency, large departments in some governments, official organization, place for tickets or information, place of business, position of responsibility, room used for business activity,
associate with undesirables, chamber group specializing in early music, partner, companion; one ship accompanying another, ship that escorts another, spend time with; associate; join; be in agreement, spouse of reigning monarchconsort
atrium, chamber of the heart; outer ear (of animals), part of heart chamber, pinna, visible part of earauricle
bachelor of commerce; graduate of university studies in trade and sales, before Christ; suffix used on dates to show that an event occurred before the birth of Christ, Boston College; large private college located in Chestnut Hill (Massachusetts, USA),...BC
ban, restriction on commerce, impose an embargo, officially restrict commerce, order halting movement of ships, order stopping trade, prohibit or forbid something, prohibition, seize somethingembargo
body chamber or cavity, central hall with skylight, chamber of the heart (Anatomy), Roman courtyardatrium
brain cavity, cavity in an organ or a body; one of the two main chambers of the heart; any of the four cavities of the brain, heart chamber, hollow in body partventricle
bribe for promoting a product, payment given in return for promotion of a product or service (Commerce)payola
burial chamber with recesses for holding cinerary urns; (Archaic) dovecote, pigeonrycolumbarium
burial chamber, death, grave, hardened enclosure, monument, vaulttomb
business of transportation, deal in, sell (especially illegal drugs), flow of communications, have dealings, movement of vehicles, movement of vehicles or persons; trade, commerce; load of messages in a communications network (Computers), negotiations,...traffic
carburetor chamberfloat chamber
case with transparent sides in which a light is contained; light and its casing; light chamber of a lighthouse; open or windowed structure build on a roof to let in light or air, lighthouse room, portable lamp, structure with windowslantern
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