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Burundi a central African country between Tanzania and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The capital of Burundi is Gitega.
camel a large animal with long legs and a long neck. Camels are domesticated mammals; people use camels for riding and for carrying loads across deserts. Camels from the deserts of Central Asia have two humps. Camels from northern Africa and the Middle East have one hump.
Caribbean a sea that is an extension of the Atlantic Ocean bordered by the West Indies and Central and South America. [1/3 definitions]
Caribbean Sea an extension of the Atlantic Ocean bordered by the West Indies and Central and South America.
Central African Republic a country in central Africa. Bangui is the capital of the Central African Republic.
Central America the piece of land that connects North America with South America. Central America has seven countries.
Chad a country in central Africa. N'djamena is the capital of Chad.
Chang Jiang River the longest river of Asia, flowing from Tibet through central China into the East China Sea. An older name in English for the Chang Jiang River is the Yangtze River.
cloister a covered walk around the inside of a building that faces an open central courtyard. [1/2 definitions]
Congo Republic of the Congo, formerly known as the French Congo; a country in Central Africa, south of Gabon and north of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Brazzaville is the capital of the Republic of the Congo. [2 definitions]
Congo River a river of central Africa flowing into the Atlantic Ocean; Zaire River.
coral snake a small, poisonous snake that has red, yellow, and black bands around its body. It is found in the southwestern part of the United States and in Central and South America.
Costa Rica a country in Central America. San Jose is the capital of Costa Rica.
Czechoslovakia a country in Central Europe until 1993. Czechoslovakia is now divided into two countries, the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
Czech Republic a country in Central Europe. The Czech Republic was part of Czechoslovakia until 1993. Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic.
Danube River a river that begins in Germany and flows through central Europe, eventually emptying into the Black Sea.
Democratic Republic of the Congo a country in Central Africa that is north of Angola and south of the Republic of the Congo. The capital of the Democratic Republic of the Congo is Kinshasa.
East Germany a country in north central Europe from 1949 until 1990. East Germany and West Germany are now one country again, officially called the Federal Republic of Germany. East Germany was also called the German Democratic Republic.
El Salvador a country in Central America on the Pacific coast. San Salvador is the capital of El Salvador.
epicenter the point on the earth's surface directly above the central source of an earthquake.
Equatorial Guinea a country near the equator on the west central coast of Africa, between Gabon and Cameroon. The capital of Equatorial Guinea is Malabo.