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    Cahill Gordon_%26_Reindel/Cahill Gordon & Reindel: Cahill Gordon & Reindel LLP is a New York-based international law firm with offices in New York, Washington, D.C. and London. According to The American Lawyer , Cahills gross revenue was $348.5 million in 2013. Cahill Iron_Works/Cahill Iron Works: Cahill Iron Works was an American manufacturer of brass and iron architectural castings. It was established in 1875 by John Thomas (J.T.) Cahill in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Its product line included residential and commercial fixtures, including fences, railings, gates, sinks, faucets, gas heaters, fireplace grates, andirons, fireplace tools, frying pans, pots. Cahill Park/Cahill Park: Cahill Park is a park in San Jose, California, located in the St. Leos neighborhood of The Alameda district, immediately west of Diridon Station in Downtown San Jose. Cahill Racing/Cahill Racing: Cahill Racing was an Indy Racing League IndyCar Series team owned by Iowa businessman Larry Cahill. The team initially was active from 1998 to 2002. From 1999 to 2000 the team was sponsored by Big Daddys BBQ Sauce, a company with a history of failing to complete the commitments of their auto racing sponsorship contracts.

    However, the team was able to continue until 2002, the last season before large cost increases of the 2003 season brought by the former CART engine manufacturers and teams. The teams best finish during that time was a third place at the 2000 Phoenix International Raceway race by Donnie Beechler. Cahill School/Cahill School: Cahill School is a one-room schoolhouse now located in Tupa Park near Minnesota State Highway 100 and Eden Avenue in Edina, Minnesota, United States. It is the oldest remaining building in Edina, and served as a schoolhouse, church, community center, and theater over its 94-years in use. The school continued to be used with its woodstove and outhouse until it closed in 1958. It was moved to its present location from the southeast corner of Cahill Road and West 70th Street in 1970. Cahill Stadium/Cahill Stadium: The Cahill Stadium was an arena in Summerside, Prince Edward Island designed for ice hockey events and was home to the Summerside Western Capitals hockey team, who won a Royal Bank Cup in the building in 1997. In March 2007 the building was closed to make way for the new Consolidated Credit Union Place, a multimillion-dollar facility consisting of a much larger ice venue with close to 4,000 stadium seats.

    Cahill U.S._Marshal/Cahill U.S. Marshal: Cahill U.S. Marshal is a 1973 American Western film in Technicolor starring John Wayne as a driven lawman in a black hat. The film was directed by Andrew V. McLaglen and filmed on location in Durango, Mexico. The supporting cast features George Kennedy, Neville Brand, Marie Windsor, Royal Dano, Denver Pyle, Jackie Coogan, Harry Carey Jr., Paul Fix and Hank Worden. Cahill U._S._Marshal/Cahill U.S. Marshal: Cahill U.S. Marshal is a 1973 American Western film in Technicolor starring John Wayne as a driven lawman in a black hat. The film was directed by Andrew V. McLaglen and filmed on location in Durango, Mexico. The supporting cast features George Kennedy, Neville Brand, Marie Windsor, Royal Dano, Denver Pyle, Jackie Coogan, Harry Carey Jr., Paul Fix and Hank Worden. Cahill US_Marshal/Cahill U.S. Marshal: Cahill U.S. Marshal is a 1973 American Western film in Technicolor starring John Wayne as a driven lawman in a black hat. The film was directed by Andrew V. McLaglen and filmed on location in Durango, Mexico. The supporting cast features George Kennedy, Neville Brand, Marie Windsor, Royal Dano, Denver Pyle, Jackie Coogan, Harry Carey Jr., Paul Fix and Hank Worden.

    Cahill U_S_Marshal/Cahill U.S. Marshal: Cahill U.S. Marshal is a 1973 American Western film in Technicolor starring John Wayne as a driven lawman in a black hat. The film was directed by Andrew V. McLaglen and filmed on location in Durango, Mexico. The supporting cast features George Kennedy, Neville Brand, Marie Windsor, Royal Dano, Denver Pyle, Jackie Coogan, Harry Carey Jr., Paul Fix and Hank Worden. Cahill branches/The 39 Clues: The 39 Clues is a series of adventure novels written by a collaboration of authors, including Rick Riordan, Gordon Korman, Peter Lerangis, Jude Watson, Patrick Carman, Linda Sue Park, Margaret Peterson Haddix, Roland Smith, David Baldacci, Jeff Hirsch, Natalie Standiford, C. Alexander London, Sarwat Chadda and Jenny Goebel. It consists of five series, The Clue Hunt , Cahills vs. Vespers , Unstoppable , Doublecross , and Superspecial . They chronicle the adventures of two siblings, Amy and Dan Cahill, who discover that their family, the Cahills, have been and still are, the most influential family in history. The first story arc concerns Dan and Amys quest to find the 39 Clues, which are ingredients to a serum that can create the most powerful person on Earth.

    This series primary audience is age 8–12. Since the release of the first novel, The Maze of Bones , on September 9, 2008, the books have gained popularity, positive reception, and commercial success. As of July 2010, the book series has about 8.5 million copies in print and has been translated into 24 languages. The publisher of the books is Scholastic Press in the United States. Steven Spielberg acquired film rights to the series in June 2008, and a film based on the books was set to be released in 2016 but production has not yet started as of June 2021. The series also originated tie-in merchandise, including collectible cards and an interactive Internet game. Cahill butterfly/Bernard J. S. Cahill: Bernard Joseph Stanislaus Cahill , American cartographer and architect, was the inventor of the octahedral Butterfly Map. An early proponent of the San Francisco Civic Center, he also designed hotels, factories and mausoleums like the Columbarium of San Francisco. Cahill cycle/Cahill cycle: The Cahill cycle , also known as the alanine cycle or glucose-alanine cycle , is the series of reactions in which amino groups and carbons from muscle are transported to the liver. It is quite similar to the Cori cycle in the cycling of nutrients between skeletal muscle and the liver.

    When muscles degrade amino acids for energy needs, the resulting nitrogen is transaminated to pyruvate to form alanine. This is performed by the enzyme alanine transaminase (ALT), which converts L-glutamate and pyruvate into α-ketoglutarate and L-alanine. The resulting L-alanine is shuttled to the liver where the nitrogen enters the urea cycle and the pyruvate is used to make glucose. Cahill ministry/Cahill ministry: Cahill ministry may refer to: Cahill ministry (1952–1953) Cahill ministry (1953–1956) Cahill ministry (1956–1959) Cahill ministry (1959) Cahill ministry_(1952-1953)/Cahill ministry (1952–53): The Cahill ministry (1952–1953) or First Cahill ministry was the 55th ministry of the New South Wales Government, and was led by the 29th Premier, the Honourable Joe Cahill, MLA, of the Labor Party. The ministry was the first of four consecutive occasions when the Government was led by Cahill, as Premier. Cahill ministry_(1952-53)/Cahill ministry (1952–53): The Cahill ministry (1952–1953) or First Cahill ministry was the 55th ministry of the New South Wales Government, and was led by the 29th Premier, the Honourable Joe Cahill, MLA, of the Labor Party. The ministry was the first of four consecutive occasions when the Government was led by Cahill, as Premier.

    Cahill ministry_(1952%E2%80%931953)/Cahill ministry (1952–53): The Cahill ministry (1952–1953) or First Cahill ministry was the 55th ministry of the New South Wales Government, and was led by the 29th Premier, the Honourable Joe Cahill, MLA, of the Labor Party. The ministry was the first of four consecutive occasions when the Government was led by Cahill, as Premier. Cahill ministry_(1952%E2%80%9353)/Cahill ministry (1952–53): The Cahill ministry (1952–1953) or First Cahill ministry was the 55th ministry of the New South Wales Government, and was led by the 29th Premier, the Honourable Joe Cahill, MLA, of the Labor Party. The ministry was the first of four consecutive occasions when the Government was led by Cahill, as Premier. Cahill ministry_(1953-1956)/Cahill ministry (1953–1956): The Cahill ministry (1953–1956) or Second Cahill ministry was the 56th ministry of the New South Wales Government, and was led by the 29th Premier, the Honourable Joe Cahill, MLA, of the Labor Party. The ministry was the second of four consecutive occasions when the Government was led by Cahill, as Premier. Cahill ministry_(1953-56)/Cahill ministry (1953–1956): The Cahill ministry (1953–1956) or Second Cahill ministry was the 56th ministry of the New South Wales Government, and was led by the 29th Premier, the Honourable Joe Cahill, MLA, of the Labor Party.

    The ministry was the second of four consecutive occasions when the Government was led by Cahill, as Premier. Cahill ministry_(1953%E2%80%931956)/Cahill ministry (1953–1956): The Cahill ministry (1953–1956) or Second Cahill ministry was the 56th ministry of the New South Wales Government, and was led by the 29th Premier, the Honourable Joe Cahill, MLA, of the Labor Party. The ministry was the second of four consecutive occasions when the Government was led by Cahill, as Premier. Cahill ministry_(1953%E2%80%9356)/Cahill ministry (1953–1956): The Cahill ministry (1953–1956) or Second Cahill ministry was the 56th ministry of the New South Wales Government, and was led by the 29th Premier, the Honourable Joe Cahill, MLA, of the Labor Party. The ministry was the second of four consecutive occasions when the Government was led by Cahill, as Premier. Cahill ministry_(1956-1959)/Cahill ministry (1956–1959): The Cahill ministry (1956–1959) or Third Cahill ministry was the 57th ministry of the New South Wales Government, and was led by the 29th Premier, the Honourable Joe Cahill, MLA, of the Labor Party. The ministry was the third of four consecutive occasions when the Government was led by Cahill, as Premier.

    Cahill ministry_(1956-59)/Cahill ministry (1956–1959): The Cahill ministry (1956–1959) or Third Cahill ministry was the 57th ministry of the New South Wales Government, and was led by the 29th Premier, the Honourable Joe Cahill, MLA, of the Labor Party. The ministry was the third of four consecutive occasions when the Government was led by Cahill, as Premier. Cahill ministry_(1956%E2%80%931959)/Cahill ministry (1956–1959): The Cahill ministry (1956–1959) or Third Cahill ministry was the 57th ministry of the New South Wales Government, and was led by the 29th Premier, the Honourable Joe Cahill, MLA, of the Labor Party. The ministry was the third of four consecutive occasions when the Government was led by Cahill, as Premier. Cahill ministry_(1956%E2%80%9359)/Cahill ministry (1956–1959): The Cahill ministry (1956–1959) or Third Cahill ministry was the 57th ministry of the New South Wales Government, and was led by the 29th Premier, the Honourable Joe Cahill, MLA, of the Labor Party. The ministry was the third of four consecutive occasions when the Government was led by Cahill, as Premier. Cahill ministry_(1959)/Cahill ministry (1959): The Cahill ministry (1959) or Fourth Cahill ministry was the 58th ministry of the New South Wales Government, and was led by the 29th Premier, the Honourable Joe Cahill, MLA, of the Labor Party.

    The ministry was the fourth and final of four consecutive occasions when the Government was led by Cahill, as Premier. Cahill ministry_(disambiguation)/Cahill ministry: Cahill ministry may refer to: Cahill ministry (1952–1953) Cahill ministry (1953–1956) Cahill ministry (1956–1959) Cahill ministry (1959) Cahillane, Paul/Paul Cahillane: Paul Cahillane is a Gaelic footballer from County Laois. Cahills Farm_Cheese/Cahills Farm Cheese: Cahills Farm Cheese is a maker of handmade cheddar cheese from Newcastlewest County Limerick in Ireland. Cheese has been made on the Cahill family farm since the 1950s, but it was not until the 1980s that Cahills began commercial cheese production end export. Cahills Farm_cheese/Cahills Farm Cheese: Cahills Farm Cheese is a maker of handmade cheddar cheese from Newcastlewest County Limerick in Ireland. Cheese has been made on the Cahill family farm since the 1950s, but it was not until the 1980s that Cahills began commercial cheese production end export. Cahills vs._Vespers/The 39 Clues: The 39 Clues is a series of adventure novels written by a collaboration of authors, including Rick Riordan, Gordon Korman, Peter Lerangis, Jude Watson, Patrick Carman, Linda Sue Park, Margaret Peterson Haddix, Roland Smith, David Baldacci, Jeff Hirsch, Natalie Standiford, C.

    Alexander London, Sarwat Chadda and Jenny Goebel. It consists of five series, The Clue Hunt , Cahills vs. Vespers , Unstoppable , Doublecross , and Superspecial . They chronicle the adventures of two siblings, Amy and Dan Cahill, who discover that their family, the Cahills, have been and still are, the most influential family in history. The first story arc concerns Dan and Amys quest to find the 39 Clues, which are ingredients to a serum that can create the most powerful person on Earth. This series primary audience is age 8–12. Since the release of the first novel, The Maze of Bones , on September 9, 2008, the books have gained popularity, positive reception, and commercial success. As of July 2010, the book series has about 8.5 million copies in print and has been translated into 24 languages. The publisher of the books is Scholastic Press in the United States. Steven Spielberg acquired film rights to the series in June 2008, and a film based on the books was set to be released in 2016 but production has not yet started as of June 2021. The series also originated tie-in merchandise, including collectible cards and an interactive Internet game. Cahill%E2%80%93Keyes projection/Cahill–Keyes projection: The Cahill–Keyes projection is a polyhedral compromise map projection first proposed by Gene Keyes in 1975.

    The projection is a refinement of an earlier 1909 projection by Bernard Cahill. The projection was designed to achieve a number of desirable characteristics, namely symmetry of component maps (octants), scalability allowing the map to continue to work well even at high resolution, uniformity of geocells, metric-based joining edges, minimized distortion compared to a globe, and an easily understood orientation to enhance general usability and teachability. Cahilty Lake,_British_Columbia/Cahilty Lake (British Columbia): Cahilty Lake is a lake in British Columbia, Canada. It is named for Robert Cahilty, who settled in the upper Louis Creek valley of British Columbia in the late 1890s developing a ranch. Cahilty Lake_(British_Columbia)/Cahilty Lake (British Columbia): Cahilty Lake is a lake in British Columbia, Canada. It is named for Robert Cahilty, who settled in the upper Louis Creek valley of British Columbia in the late 1890s developing a ranch. Cahilty lake_(british_columbia)/Cahilty Lake (British Columbia): Cahilty Lake is a lake in British Columbia, Canada. It is named for Robert Cahilty, who settled in the upper Louis Creek valley of British Columbia in the late 1890s developing a ranch.

    Cahinca/Chiococca alba: Chiococca alba is a species of flowering plant in the coffee family (Rubiaceae) native to Florida and the extreme southern tip of Texas in the United States, Bermuda, Mexico, Central America, the Caribbean, the Galápagos, and tropical South America. Common names include Davids milkberry , West Indian milkberry , cahinca and West Indian snowberry . The specific epithet, alba , means white in Latin and refers to the color of its fruits. Cahinnio/Cahinnio: The chaddo Indians were a Native American tribe that lived in Arkansas. Cahiote/Chayote: Chayote , also known as mirliton , güisquil , pipinola and choko , is an edible plant belonging to the gourd family, Cucurbitaceae. Chayote was one of the several foods introduced to the Old World during the Columbian Exchange. Also during this period, the plant spread from Mesoamerica to other parts of the Americas, ultimately causing it to be integrated into the cuisine of many other Latin American nations. Cahir/Cahir: Cahir is a town in County Tipperary in Ireland. It is also a civil parish in the barony of Iffa and Offa West. Cahir Abbey/Cahir Abbey: The Priory of St. Mary in Cahir , known as Cahir Abbey , was a medieval priory of Augustinian Canons regular and is a National Monument located in Cahir, Ireland.

    Cahir Castle/Cahir Castle: Cahir Castle , one of the largest castles in Ireland, is sited on an island in the river Suir. It was built from 1142 by Conor OBrien, Prince of Thomond. Now situated in Cahir town centre, County Tipperary, the castle is well preserved and has guided tour and audiovisual shows in multiple languages. Cahir Davitt/Cahir Davitt: Cahir Davitt was an Irish judge who served as a Judge of the Supreme Court from 1966 to 1976, President of the High Court from 1945 to 1966, a Judge of the High Court from 1951 to 1966 and a Judge of the Circuit Court from 1926 to 1951. Cahir GAA/Cahir GAA: Cahir GAA is a Gaelic Athletic Association club in the parish of Cahir, County Tipperary, Ireland. Its a dual club, with more success in football. Cahir Healy/Cahir Healy: Cahir Healy was an Irish politician. Cahir Healy_(Gaelic_footballer)/Cahir Healy (dual player): Cahir Healy is an Irish dual player. He plays hurling and football with his local club Portlaoise. He has played hurling and football at inter-county level with Laois although he is currently focusing on hurling. Cahir Healy_(dual_player)/Cahir Healy (dual player): Cahir Healy is an Irish dual player. He plays hurling and football with his local club Portlaoise.

    He has played hurling and football at inter-county level with Laois although he is currently focusing on hurling. Cahir Healy_(gaelic_football)/Cahir Healy (dual player): Cahir Healy is an Irish dual player. He plays hurling and football with his local club Portlaoise. He has played hurling and football at inter-county level with Laois although he is currently focusing on hurling. Cahir Healy_M.P/Cahir Healy: Cahir Healy was an Irish politician. Cahir Mac_Art_Kavanagh/Cahir mac Art Kavanagh: Cahir mac Art Kavanagh , The MacMurrough and King of Leinster, also Lord of St. Molyns, and baron of Ballyann, was an Irish magnate of the Tudor period. Cahir More/Cathair Mór: Cathair Mór , son of Feidhlimidh Fiorurghlas, a descendant of Conchobar Abradruad, was, according to Lebor Gabála Érenn, a High King of Ireland. He took power after the death of Fedlimid Rechtmar. Cathair ruled for three years, at the end of which he was killed by the Luaigne of Tara, led by Conn Cétchathach. The Lebor Gabála Érenn synchronises his reign with that of the Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius (161–180). The chronology of Geoffrey Keatings Foras Feasa ar Éirinn dates his reign to 113–116, that of the Annals of the Four Masters to 119–122.

    Cahir O%27Dogherty/Cahir ODoherty: Sir Cahir Rua ODoherty was the last Gaelic Chief of the Name of Clan ODoherty and Lord of Inishowen, in what is now County Donegal. ODoherty was a noted loyalist during Tyrones Rebellion and became known as the Queens ODoherty for his service on the Crowns side during the fighting. After the war ODoherty had ambitions to become a courtier and applied for a position in the household of Henry Frederick, Prince of Wales, but he increasingly came into dispute with Irish-based officials such as the Viceroy Sir Arthur Chichester and the Governor of Derry Sir George Paulet. In 1608 he launched ODohertys Rebellion, seizing Derry from Paulet and burning it to the ground. ODoherty was subsequently killed in a battle at Kilmacrennan, and the rebellion swiftly collapsed. Cahir O%27Doherty/Cahir ODoherty: Sir Cahir Rua ODoherty was the last Gaelic Chief of the Name of Clan ODoherty and Lord of Inishowen, in what is now County Donegal. ODoherty was a noted loyalist during Tyrones Rebellion and became known as the Queens ODoherty for his service on the Crowns side during the fighting. After the war ODoherty had ambitions to become a courtier and applied for a position in the household of Henry Frederick, Prince of Wales, but he increasingly came into dispute with Irish-based officials such as the Viceroy Sir Arthur Chichester and the Governor of Derry Sir George Paulet.

    In 1608 he launched ODohertys Rebellion, seizing Derry from Paulet and burning it to the ground. ODoherty was subsequently killed in a battle at Kilmacrennan, and the rebellion swiftly collapsed. Cahir O%27Doherty_(musician)/Cahir ODoherty (musician): Cahir ODoherty is a musician and songwriter. He is the vocalist and guitarist in the alternative rock bands Fighting with Wire and Goons. ODoherty is also a member of the Derry/London band Jetplane Landing, in which he plays lead guitar. In 2006, ODoherty played bass for indie band Seafood. He has also played the acoustic guitar for Frank Turner, including performances at the Reading and Leeds Festivals (2013). Cahir is currently the lead guitarist and vocalist in New Pagans. Cahir O%27_Doherty/Cahir ODoherty: Sir Cahir Rua ODoherty was the last Gaelic Chief of the Name of Clan ODoherty and Lord of Inishowen, in what is now County Donegal. ODoherty was a noted loyalist during Tyrones Rebellion and became known as the Queens ODoherty for his service on the Crowns side during the fighting. After the war ODoherty had ambitions to become a courtier and applied for a position in the household of Henry Frederick, Prince of Wales, but he increasingly came into dispute with Irish-based officials such as the Viceroy Sir Arthur Chichester and the Governor of Derry Sir George Paulet.

    In 1608 he launched ODohertys Rebellion, seizing Derry from Paulet and burning it to the ground. ODoherty was subsequently killed in a battle at Kilmacrennan, and the rebellion swiftly collapsed. Cahir mac_Art_Kavanagh/Cahir mac Art Kavanagh: Cahir mac Art Kavanagh , The MacMurrough and King of Leinster, also Lord of St. Molyns, and baron of Ballyann, was an Irish magnate of the Tudor period. Cahir railway_station/Cahir railway station: Cahir railway station serves the town of Cahir, County Tipperary in Ireland. Cahiracon/Cahiracon: Cahiracon , sometimes written as Caheracon , is a small coastal village and townland in County Clare, Ireland. The village is just off the R473 road and is directly across the Shannon Estuary from Foynes in County Limerick. It is home to Saint John Bosco Community College, founded in 2002 as the result of an amalgamation of two older institutions. Cahiracon is within the civil parish of Killadysert and barony of Clonderalaw. Cahirciveen/Cahersiveen: Cahersiveen — alternate spellings Cahirsiveen , Cahirciveen or Caherciveen — is a town in County Kerry, Ireland. As of the 2016 CSO census, the town had a population of 1,041. Cahirciveen railway_station/Cahersiveen railway station: Cahersiveen railway station was on the Great Southern and Western Railway ( which ran from Farranfore to Valentia Harbour in the Republic of Ireland.

    The station served Cahersiveen in County Kerry. Cahircon/Cahiracon: Cahiracon , sometimes written as Caheracon , is a small coastal village and townland in County Clare, Ireland. The village is just off the R473 road and is directly across the Shannon Estuary from Foynes in County Limerick. It is home to Saint John Bosco Community College, founded in 2002 as the result of an amalgamation of two older institutions. Cahiracon is within the civil parish of Killadysert and barony of Clonderalaw. Cahirconree/Caherconree: Caherconree at 835 metres (2,740 ft), is the 20th–highest peak in Ireland on the Arderin scale, and the 27th–highest peak on the Vandeleur-Lynam scale. Caherconree is the 2nd-highest mountain in the Slieve Mish Mountains in the Dingle Peninsula in Kerry, Ireland, and one of its southerly spurs is the site of an ancient stone promontory fort, which is a protected National Monument. Cahirmee/Cahirmee Horse Fair: Cahirmee Horse Fair is held on 12 July every year in the town of Buttevant, County Cork, Ireland. Cahirmee Horse_Fair/Cahirmee Horse Fair: Cahirmee Horse Fair is held on 12 July every year in the town of Buttevant, County Cork, Ireland. Cahirmee fair/Cahirmee Horse Fair: Cahirmee Horse Fair is held on 12 July every year in the town of Buttevant, County Cork, Ireland.

    Cahirnane (Barrona_County_parish)/Barrona County: Barrona County is one of the 141 Cadastral divisions of New South Wales. It is bounded by the Warrego River in the east and the Paroo River in the west. Cahirnarry/Cahirnarry: Cahirnarry was a parish in County Limerick, Republic of Ireland. It was settled in 1837 with nearly 2,000 inhabitants over nearly equal acreage covered by meadows, pastures, limestone quarries, and a bog. It had a school, church, and police station. Cahirsiveen/Cahersiveen: Cahersiveen — alternate spellings Cahirsiveen , Cahirciveen or Caherciveen — is a town in County Kerry, Ireland. As of the 2016 CSO census, the town had a population of 1,041. Cahit/Cahit: Cahit is a Turkish given name for males. It is the Turkish form of the Arabic word Jahid, which means effort, strive or endeavour and stems from the Arabic verb jahada to do effort to get something - be laborious; be perseverant; be sedulous; be serious. Cahit Aral/Cahit Aral: Hüseyin Cahit Aral was a Turkish engineer, politician and former government minister. Cahit Arf/Cahit Arf: Cahit Arf was a Turkish mathematician. He is known for the Arf invariant of a quadratic form in characteristic 2 in topology, the Hasse–Arf theorem in ramification theory, Arf semigroups, and Arf rings.

    Cahit Berkay/Moğollar: Moğollar was one of the pioneering bands in Turkish rock music during their early career and one of the founders of Turkish folk rock. They have been active for over 40 years. The band uses multi-layered dynamism in the Turkish folk genre to create a sonic similarity with pop musics dynamism. Cahit Irgat/Cahit Irgat: Cahit Irgat was a Turkish actor. He appeared in more than one hundred films from 1940 to 1969. Cahit Karakas/Cahit Karakaş: Cahit Karakaş is a Turkish engineer and a former politician. He served as government minister and Speaker of the Parliament. Cahit Karaka%C5%9F/Cahit Karakaş: Cahit Karakaş is a Turkish engineer and a former politician. He served as government minister and Speaker of the Parliament. Cahit Kirac/Cahit Kıraç: Mustafa Cahit Kıraç is the governor of Diyarbakir Province in Turkey. Consecutively, he is former governor of İzmir, Adana, Sakarya, Aksaray and Sirnak provinces. Cahit Kuelebi/Cahit Külebi: Cahit Külebi was a leading Turkish poet and author. He has an important place in contemporary Turkish poetry due to his attachment to folk poetry traditions. His poetry is enriched with simple yet ironic language, embellished with original descriptions.

    Cahit Kulebi/Cahit Külebi: Cahit Külebi was a leading Turkish poet and author. He has an important place in contemporary Turkish poetry due to his attachment to folk poetry traditions. His poetry is enriched with simple yet ironic language, embellished with original descriptions. Cahit K%C3%BClebi/Cahit Külebi: Cahit Külebi was a leading Turkish poet and author. He has an important place in contemporary Turkish poetry due to his attachment to folk poetry traditions. His poetry is enriched with simple yet ironic language, embellished with original descriptions. Cahit K%C4%B1ra%C3%A7/Cahit Kıraç: Mustafa Cahit Kıraç is the governor of Diyarbakir Province in Turkey. Consecutively, he is former governor of İzmir, Adana, Sakarya, Aksaray and Sirnak provinces. Cahit Olmez/Cahit Ölmez: Cahit Ölmez is a Dutch actor of Turkish descent. Cahit Onel/Cahit Önel: Cahit Önel was a Turkish middle distance runner who competed in the 1948 Summer Olympics, in the 1952 Summer Olympics, in the 1960 Summer Olympics, and in the 1964 Summer Olympics. Cahit Pasa/Cahit Paşa: Cahit Paşa is a Turkish retired midfielder. in Turkish Super Liga. He also played for Bornovaspor, Kuşadasıspor, Efesspor, Kartalspor, Konyaspor, Karşıyaka S.

    K., Aksarayspor, Siirtspor, Yalovaspor, Kastamonuspor, Gölcükspor and Alibeyköyspor in Turkey. Cahit Pa%C5%9Fa/Cahit Paşa: Cahit Paşa is a Turkish retired midfielder. in Turkish Super Liga. He also played for Bornovaspor, Kuşadasıspor, Efesspor, Kartalspor, Konyaspor, Karşıyaka S.K., Aksarayspor, Siirtspor, Yalovaspor, Kastamonuspor, Gölcükspor and Alibeyköyspor in Turkey. Cahit Sitki_Taranci/Cahit Sıtkı Tarancı: Cahit Sıtkı Tarancı was a Turkish poet and author. Cahit Sume/Cahit Süme: Cahit Süme is a Turkish boxer. He competed in the mens welterweight event at the 1996 Summer Olympics. Cahit S%C3%BCme/Cahit Süme: Cahit Süme is a Turkish boxer. He competed in the mens welterweight event at the 1996 Summer Olympics. Cahit S%C3%BCrme/Cahit Süme: Cahit Süme is a Turkish boxer. He competed in the mens welterweight event at the 1996 Summer Olympics. Cahit S%C4%B1tk%C4%B1_Taranc%C4%B1/Cahit Sıtkı Tarancı: Cahit Sıtkı Tarancı was a Turkish poet and author. Cahit S%C4%B1tk%C4%B1_Taranc%C4%B1_Museum/Cahit Sıtkı Tarancı Museum: Cahit Sıtkı Tarancı Museum is a historic house and museum dedicated to Cahit Sıtkı Tarancı in Diyarbakır, Turkey. Cahit Turan/Mehmet Cahit Turhan: Mehmet Cahit Turhan is a Turkish civil engineer, civil servant and former Minister of Transport and Infrastructure.

    Cahit Zarifoglu/Cahit Zarifoğlu: Abdurrahman Cahit Zarifoğlu was a Turkish poet and writer. Cahit Zarifo%C4%9Flu/Cahit Zarifoğlu: Abdurrahman Cahit Zarifoğlu was a Turkish poet and writer. Cahit kirac/Cahit Kıraç: Mustafa Cahit Kıraç is the governor of Diyarbakir Province in Turkey. Consecutively, he is former governor of İzmir, Adana, Sakarya, Aksaray and Sirnak provinces. Cahit k%C4%B1ra%C3%A7/Cahit Kıraç: Mustafa Cahit Kıraç is the governor of Diyarbakir Province in Turkey. Consecutively, he is former governor of İzmir, Adana, Sakarya, Aksaray and Sirnak provinces. Cahit %C3%96lmez/Cahit Ölmez: Cahit Ölmez is a Dutch actor of Turkish descent. Cahit %C3%96nel/Cahit Önel: Cahit Önel was a Turkish middle distance runner who competed in the 1948 Summer Olympics, in the 1952 Summer Olympics, in the 1960 Summer Olympics, and in the 1964 Summer Olympics. Cahit %C3%96zkan/Cahit Özkan: Cahit Özkan is a Turkish politician and member of Turkish Parliament. He is also Deputy for Denizili and a member of the Justice and Development Party. Cahita/Cáhita: Cahíta is a group of Indigenous peoples of Mexico, which includes the Yaqui and Mayo people. Numbering approximately 40,000, they live in west coast of the states of Sonora and Sinaloa.

    Cahita language/Cahitan languages: The Cahitan languages is a branch of the Uto-Aztecan language family that comprises the Yaqui and the Mayo languages, both of Northern Mexico. The branch has been considered to be part of the Taracahitic languages, but this is no longer considered a valid genetic unit. Cahita languages/Cahitan languages: The Cahitan languages is a branch of the Uto-Aztecan language family that comprises the Yaqui and the Mayo languages, both of Northern Mexico. The branch has been considered to be part of the Taracahitic languages, but this is no longer considered a valid genetic unit. Cahitan languages/Cahitan languages: The Cahitan languages is a branch of the Uto-Aztecan language family that comprises the Yaqui and the Mayo languages, both of Northern Mexico. The branch has been considered to be part of the Taracahitic languages, but this is no longer considered a valid genetic unit. Cahli/Teenage Joans: Teenage Joans are an Australian indie rock band from Adelaide, South Australia, who formed in 2018. The duo consists of vocalist and drummer Tahlia Borg and vocalist and guitarist Cahli Blakers. Cahli Blakers/Teenage Joans: Teenage Joans are an Australian indie rock band from Adelaide, South Australia, who formed in 2018.

    The duo consists of vocalist and drummer Tahlia Borg and vocalist and guitarist Cahli Blakers. Cahling/Andreas Cahling: Andreas Cahling is a professional bodybuilder. He won the IFBB Mr. International title in 1980. He also appeared as Thor in the movie Kung Fury . Cahn/Cahn: Cahn is a Germanized form of the Jewish surname Cohen, another variant of which is Kahn . Cahn, Andrew/Andrew Cahn: Sir Andrew Thomas Cahn , KCMG is a non-executive director of Nomura, chair of the board of governors of Birkbeck, University of London, and a former senior civil servant. Cahn, Edward/Edward Cahn: Edward Cahn may refer to: Edward L. Cahn (1899–1963), American film director Edward N. Cahn, attorney and former United States federal judge Cahn, Jonathan/Jonathan Cahn: Jonathan David Cahn is an American Messianic Jewish minister, author, and novelist known for his debut novel The Harbinger and his prophetic claims about former U.S. President Donald Trump. He is the founder and leader of the Beth Israel Worship Center in Wayne, New Jersey. Cahn, Sammy/Sammy Cahn: Samuel Cohen , known professionally as Sammy Cahn , was an American lyricist, songwriter, and musician. He is best known for his romantic lyrics to films and Broadway songs, as well as stand-alone songs premiered by recording companies in the Greater Los Angeles Area.

    He and his collaborators had a series of hit recordings with Frank Sinatra during the singers tenure at Capitol Records, but also enjoyed hits with Dean Martin, Doris Day and many others. He played the piano and violin. He won an Oscar four times for his songs, including the popular song Three Coins in the Fountain. Cahn-Crawford House/Cahn-Crawford House: The Cahn-Crawford House at 1200 22nd Avenue in Meridian, Mississippi was built in 1918. The house was built by a businessman named E. Cahn, the same person who owned the Masonic Temple in the city. Cahn-Hilliard Equation/Cahn–Hilliard equation: The Cahn–Hilliard equation is an equation of mathematical physics which describes the process of phase separation, by which the two components of a binary fluid spontaneously separate and form domains pure in each component. If is the concentration of the fluid, with indicating domains, then the equation is written as Cahn-Hilliard equation/Cahn–Hilliard equation: The Cahn–Hilliard equation is an equation of mathematical physics which describes the process of phase separation, by which the two components of a binary fluid spontaneously separate and form domains pure in each component.

    If is the concentration of the fluid, with indicating domains, then the equation is written as Cahn-Ingold-Prelog Priority_Rules/Cahn–Ingold–Prelog priority rules: The Cahn–Ingold–Prelog ( CIP ) sequence rules , named for organic chemists Robert Sidney Cahn, Christopher Kelk Ingold, and Vladimir Prelog — alternatively termed the CIP priority rules , system , or conventions — are a standard process used in organic chemistry to completely and unequivocally name a stereoisomer of a molecule. The purpose of the CIP system is to assign an R or S descriptor to each stereocenter and an E or Z descriptor to each double bond so that the configuration of the entire molecule can be specified uniquely by including the descriptors in its systematic name. A molecule may contain any number of stereocenters and any number of double bonds, and each usually gives rise to two possible isomers. A molecule with an integer n describing the number of its stereogenic centers will usually have 2 n stereoisomers, and 2 n −1 diastereomers each having an associated pair of enantiomers. The CIP sequence rules contribute to the precise naming of every stereoisomer of every organic and organometallic molecule with all atoms of ligancy of fewer than 4.

    Cahn-Ingold-Prelog priority_rule/Cahn–Ingold–Prelog priority rules: The Cahn–Ingold–Prelog ( CIP ) sequence rules , named for organic chemists Robert Sidney Cahn, Christopher Kelk Ingold, and Vladimir Prelog — alternatively termed the CIP priority rules , system , or conventions — are a standard process used in organic chemistry to completely and unequivocally name a stereoisomer of a molecule. The purpose of the CIP system is to assign an R or S descriptor to each stereocenter and an E or Z descriptor to each double bond so that the configuration of the entire molecule can be specified uniquely by including the descriptors in its systematic name. A molecule may contain any number of stereocenters and any number of double bonds, and each usually gives rise to two possible isomers. A molecule with an integer n describing the number of its stereogenic centers will usually have 2 n stereoisomers, and 2 n −1 diastereomers each having an associated pair of enantiomers. The CIP sequence rules contribute to the precise naming of every stereoisomer of every organic and organometallic molecule with all atoms of ligancy of fewer than 4. Cahn-Ingold-Prelog priority_rules/Cahn–Ingold–Prelog priority rules: The Cahn–Ingold–Prelog ( CIP ) sequence rules , named for organic chemists Robert Sidney Cahn, Christopher Kelk Ingold, and Vladimir Prelog — alternatively termed the CIP priority rules , system , or conventions — are a standard process used in organic chemistry to completely and unequivocally name a stereoisomer of a molecule.

    The purpose of the CIP system is to assign an R or S descriptor to each stereocenter and an E or Z descriptor to each double bond so that the configuration of the entire molecule can be specified uniquely by including the descriptors in its systematic name. A molecule may contain any number of stereocenters and any number of double bonds, and each usually gives rise to two possible isomers. A molecule with an integer n describing the number of its stereogenic centers will usually have 2 n stereoisomers, and 2 n −1 diastereomers each having an associated pair of enantiomers. The CIP sequence rules contribute to the precise naming of every stereoisomer of every organic and organometallic molecule with all atoms of ligancy of fewer than 4. Cahn-Ingold-Prelog rule/Cahn–Ingold–Prelog priority rules: The Cahn–Ingold–Prelog ( CIP ) sequence rules , named for organic chemists Robert Sidney Cahn, Christopher Kelk Ingold, and Vladimir Prelog — alternatively termed the CIP priority rules , system , or conventions — are a standard process used in organic chemistry to completely and unequivocally name a stereoisomer of a molecule. The purpose of the CIP system is to assign an R or S descriptor to each stereocenter and an E or Z descriptor to each double bond so that the configuration of the entire molecule can be specified uniquely by including the descriptors in its systematic name.

    A molecule may contain any number of stereocenters and any number of double bonds, and each usually gives rise to two possible isomers. A molecule with an integer n describing the number of its stereogenic centers will usually have 2 n stereoisomers, and 2 n −1 diastereomers each having an associated pair of enantiomers. The CIP sequence rules contribute to the precise naming of every stereoisomer of every organic and organometallic molecule with all atoms of ligancy of fewer than 4. Cahn-Ingold-Prelog rules/Cahn–Ingold–Prelog priority rules: The Cahn–Ingold–Prelog ( CIP ) sequence rules , named for organic chemists Robert Sidney Cahn, Christopher Kelk Ingold, and Vladimir Prelog — alternatively termed the CIP priority rules , system , or conventions — are a standard process used in organic chemistry to completely and unequivocally name a stereoisomer of a molecule. The purpose of the CIP system is to assign an R or S descriptor to each stereocenter and an E or Z descriptor to each double bond so that the configuration of the entire molecule can be specified uniquely by including the descriptors in its systematic name. A molecule may contain any number of stereocenters and any number of double bonds, and each usually gives rise to two possible isomers.

    A molecule with an integer n describing the number of its stereogenic centers will usually have 2 n stereoisomers, and 2 n −1 diastereomers each having an associated pair of enantiomers. The CIP sequence rules contribute to the precise naming of every stereoisomer of every organic and organometallic molecule with all atoms of ligancy of fewer than 4. Cahn-ingold-prelog rules/Cahn–Ingold–Prelog priority rules: The Cahn–Ingold–Prelog ( CIP ) sequence rules , named for organic chemists Robert Sidney Cahn, Christopher Kelk Ingold, and Vladimir Prelog — alternatively termed the CIP priority rules , system , or conventions — are a standard process used in organic chemistry to completely and unequivocally name a stereoisomer of a molecule. The purpose of the CIP system is to assign an R or S descriptor to each stereocenter and an E or Z descriptor to each double bond so that the configuration of the entire molecule can be specified uniquely by including the descriptors in its systematic name. A molecule may contain any number of stereocenters and any number of double bonds, and each usually gives rise to two possible isomers. A molecule with an integer n describing the number of its stereogenic centers will usually have 2 n stereoisomers, and 2 n −1 diastereomers each having an associated pair of enantiomers.

    The CIP sequence rules contribute to the precise naming of every stereoisomer of every organic and organometallic molecule with all atoms of ligancy of fewer than 4. Cahn (disambiguation)/Kahn: Kahn is a surname of German origin. Kahn means small boat, in German. It is also a Germanized form of the Jewish surname Cohen, another variant of which is Cahn . Cahn Auditorium/List of Northwestern University buildings: This list of Northwestern University buildings encompasses the two campuses of Northwestern University: Evanston, Illinois and Chicago, Illinois. The Evanston site has approximately 150 buildings on its 240-acre (0.97 km 2 ) campus. Many of these buildings are located on the Northwestern University Lakefill. The downtown Chicago campus, of approximately 25 acres (100,000 m 2 ), is home to the Feinberg School of Medicine and Northwestern University School of Law.

     
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