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RCC

Rutgers Cantonese Club

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CODF

Cantonese Opera Development Fund

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WICL

Workshop on Innovations in Cantonese Linguistics

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CSGW

Cantonese School of Greater Washington

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CLA

Cantonese Language Association

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CCSA

Chinese Cantonese Students Association

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What does cantonese mean?

Yue, Yue dialect, Cantonese, Cantonese dialect(noun)
the dialect of Chinese spoken in Canton and neighboring provinces and in Hong Kong and elsewhere outside China

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