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Centigrade See Celsius. centimeter One-hundredth of a meter. There are 10 millimeters in a centimeter. A centimeter is approximately the width of a large paper clip. 4 equals 2 inches). See meter; metric system; and inch. Central America See Western Hemisphere. Central Conference of American Rabbis See Jewish Congregations. Central Intelligence Agency CIA is acceptable in all references. The formal title for the individual who heads the agency is director of central intelligence. On first reference: Director George Tenet of the CIA, Director of Central Intelligence George Tenet, or CIA Director George Tenet.

TITLES: Capitalize formal titles when used immediately before a name. Lowercase formal titles when used alone or in constructions that set them off from a name by commas. Use lowercase at all times for terms that are job descriptions rather than formal titles. indd 40 titles; and titles. ABBREVIATIONS: Capital letters apply in some cases. See the abbreviations and acronyms entry. S. Capitol and the Capitol when referring to the building in Washington: The meeting was held on Capitol Hill in the west wing of the Capitol.

Do not use colored as a synonym. See the colored entry. Black Muslims See Muslim(s). blackout, brownout A blackout is a total power failure over a large area or the concealing of lights that might be visible to enemy raiders. The term rolling blackout is used by electric companies to describe a situation in which electric power to some sections temporarily is cut off on a rotating basis to assure that voltage will meet minimum standards in other sections. A brownout is a small, temporary voltage reduction, usually from 2 percent to 8 percent, 3/5/05 8:48:01 AM 31 implemented to conserve electric power.

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