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Charismatic groups See religious movements. Charleston, Charlestown, Charles Town Charleston is the name of the capital of West Virginia and a port city in South Carolina. 3/5/05 8:48:37 AM 44 Charlestown is a section of Boston. Charles Town is the name of a small city in West Virginia. , with contempt for other races, sexes, countries, etc. The terms come from Nicolas Chauvin, a soldier of Napoleon I, who was famous for his devotion to the lost cause. ) Chemical Mace A trademark, usually shortened to Mace, for a brand of tear gas that is packaged in an aerosol canister and temporarily stuns its victims.

The word boat is used, however, in some words that apply to large craft: ferryboat, PT boat. Use it, not the pronoun she, in references to boats and ships. Use Arabic or Roman numerals in the names of boats and ships: the Queen Elizabeth 2 or QE2; Titan I, Titan II. The reference for military ships is Jane’s Fighting Ships; for nonmilitary ships, Lloyd’s Register of Shipping. Boeing Co. Formerly Boeing Aircraft Co. Headquarters is in Chicago. bologna The sausage. Baloney is foolish or exaggerated talk.

Miss, or Ms. only when specifically requested. chip An integrated computer circuit. chip-maker, chip-making Hyphenate as adjectives (but two words as nouns). Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) The parentheses and the words they surround are part of the formal name. The body owes its origins to an early 19th-century frontier movement to unify Christians. The Disciples, led by Alexander Campbell in western Pennsylvania, and the Christians, led by Barton W. Stone in Kentucky, merged in 1832.

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