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ASFL Academic Team C

All answers begin with the letter c

Most abundant member of the Alkaline-Earth family calcium
Presidential daughter who graduated from Stanford Chelsea Clinton
Art movement associated with Georges Braque and Pablo Picasso Cubism
Last geological period of the Mesozoic Era; its mane is derived from the Latin word from chalk Cretaceous
Author whose 1962 book "Silent Spring" warned of the dangers of pesticides Rachel Carson
Julius Caesar's wife or the Finch family cook in "To Kill a Mockingbird" Calpurnia
Heavy draft horses named after Scotland's chief commercial river Clydesdales
Period of music history represented by Haydn and Mozart Classical
Name applied to a group of 17th Century English poets that included Robert Herrick and Richard Cavaliers
Originally a heraldic ornament, this V-shaped symbol is used as a sign of rank on a military uniforms Chevron
Site where an explosion occurred at a Soviet nuclear reactor on April 26, 1986 Chernobyl
Geological period to which the Pleistocene and Miocene epochs belong Cenozoic
Legislative capital of South Africa Capetown
American author who wrote "My Antonia" and "Death Comes for the Archbishop" Willa Cather
Richard Nixon's Cocker Spaniel whose name was given to the speech made by Nixon in 1952 defending his vice-presidential candidacy Checkers
Female American painter associated with the Impressionist Movement in France Mary Cassatt
Author of "Heart of Darkness" and "Lord Jim" Joseph Conrad
Name of the first efficient steam boat, designed by Robert Fulton Clermont
Physical state of deep prolonged unconsciousness coma
American poet known for his eccentric punctuation and phrasing and use of lower case letters Edward Estlin Cummings
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