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Ca´der


n.1.See Cadre.
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Shatzkin and Cader are DBW's partners from Publishers Launch Conferences -- two of book publishing's most respected analysts of the industry's digital transition.
Hence the fall of the other players in the industry, Cader noted.
It was a combined love of real ale and the rugged beauty of mid-Wales that encouraged them strike out and establish Cader Ales.
The trek up Cader Idris in the 1960s was completed as part of the Duke of Edinburgh gold award, which was mandatory for the boys to complete.
With support from the Welsh Government's Trade Development Programme, managed by business development company Menter a Busnes, Stephen and Jane established ales such as Idris Bitter and Cader Gold.
Her mother, Shireen Cader, an invigilator at RCSI Bahrain, explained how Afra had always shown remarkable composure and confidence gained through her love of drama and sport.
To the east, there lies the land Cader must have fought on; along the peaks of Snowdonia, probably as far as England.
Cader explained; those criteria aimed to help differentiate RA from other rheumatologic joint conditions of several years' duration.
D Nutting, Cwmrhwyddfor Farm, Tal-y-Llyn, Cader Idris, LL36 9AJ Tel: 01654 761 286 or 01654 761 380 Llanberis Campsite, Llwyn Celyn Bach Fiona Davies, Llwyn Celyn Bach, Llanberis, LL55 4SR Tel: 01286 870923 or 07877 376423 daviesllanberis@aol.
Summary: The Aqaba Development Corporation (ADC) signed an agreement today with Change-Agent for Arab Development and Education Reform (CADER) for the second consecutive year, to sponsor four teachers from Abu Ayoub Al Asnari School in the old town to enroll in the High Education Diploma for the 'ICT in Education Program,' which was launched by CADER.
The 50-year-old set out to climb the 3,000ft Cader Idris in Wales on Christmas Day.
Reports association vice-president Cader Sayed-Hossein: "Fluctuations in exchange rates, crime, lack of market information, customs procedures and uncertainty in economic and regulatory policy are the five top obstacles to intensified trade.