11. A capacity for burying problems made royal commissions and the like instantly attractive to politicians besieged by one knotty issue or another.
12. A careful note should be made against any sub-contractor used by the builder who subsequently proved to be unsatisfactory.
13. A cart was making its way up the hill.
14. A case can be made for both its constitutional propriety and its administrative efficiency.
15. A case has to be made, therefore, for seasonally adjusting the monthly figures and for excluding school-leavers.
16. A casserole makes a basic but filling meal.
17. A casual glance would have made it seem that her expression was stiff with anger.
18. A celibate period followed, he says, before he started making out with men.
19. A Charter of Rights for Employees, including making it unlawful to dismiss an employee for industrial action.