variant of cero- before a vowel:
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Closer Economic Relations: a trade agreement between Australia and New Zealand signed in 1983

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coordinated ecosystem research


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  • Cer.E.

    Ceramic Engineer.

  • Cera

    (in prescriptions) wax. Contemporary Examples Historical Examples catcher’s earned run average

  • Ceraceous

    waxlike; waxy: a ceraceous surface. adjective waxlike or waxy adj. “waxy,” 1738, from Latin cera “wax” (see cere (n.)) + -aceous.

  • Ceram

    an island of the Moluccas in Indonesia, W of New Guinea. 7191 sq. mi. (18,625 sq. km). Historical Examples noun a variant spelling of Seram

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