- Center of mass, the point at which an object's mass seems to be concentrated
- Centimetre a unit of length equal to one hundredth of a metre
- Centimorgan, a unit of recombinant frequency for measuring genetic linkage
- Cervical mucus, a substance which plugs the opening of the cervix, changes in whose composition may affect conception
- Chiari malformation, a narrowing of the skull which puts pressure on the cerebellum and interferes with normal cerebrospinal fluid flow
- Circular mil, a unit of area equal to the area of a circle with a diameter of one mil
- Coulomb-metre, SI unit of electrical dipole moment (symbol Cm)
- Contingency management, a type of treatment where patients are rewarded (or, less often, punished) for their behavior
- Contrast Medium, substances used to enhance contrast in X-Ray imaging (e.g., CT, MRI)
- Curium, a synthetic chemical element with the symbol "Cm" and atomic number 96
- Crystal Meth, methamphetamine
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“Magic is akin to science in that it always has a definite aim intimately associated with human instincts, needs, and pursuits. The magic art is directed towards the attainment of practical aims. Like other arts and crafts, it is also governed by a theory, by a system of principles which dictate the manner in which the act has to be performed in order to be effective.”
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