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Cary

(ˈkɛərɪ; ˈkærɪ)
n
(Biography) (Arthur) Joyce (Lunel). 1888–1957, British novelist; author of Mister Johnson (1939), A House of Children (1941), and The Horse's Mouth (1944)

Car•y

(ˈkɛər i, ˈkær i)

n.
1. (Arthur) Joyce (Lunel), 1888–1957, English novelist.
2. Henry Francis, 1772–1844, British writer and translator.
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The Preschool Preview provides parents and children with the opportunity to learn more about the Cary Park District Preschool," says Erica Hall, program manager.
Ingraffea has performed thousands of Mohs surgery procedures and now brings that expertise to work for the benefit of Cary Skin Center's patients.
has the dominant share in Cary, with seven stores in Cary proper and another five nearby.
The Town of Cary desires to upgrade and install improvements to the North Cary Water Reclamation Facility SCADA system.
Less firmly established is the rhetorical nuance and complexity with which Shadd Cary promoted her protofeminist Black national agendas.
charges that a "campaign" was launched against him after he filed a report asking that Cary refrain from hearing children's confessions at St.
The social aspect of Cary has also been updated with the option to users to join and follow groups which are continually updated to keep up with the latest news.
located in Cary and Chapel Hill, North Carolina, which were owned and operated by The Bank of Hampton Roads.
It seemed very fitting to me to come back here," Cary said.
Cary, who has died, aged 82, was a prolific composer who had his first professional breakthrough when, at short notice, he supplied the music for the last great Ealing Studio's comedy film, The Ladykillers, starring Alec Guinness and Peter Sellers.
Cary says that local government relies on citizen activists in quality-of-life issues.
The dispute started in October when a rep from Cary met with officials from Blackwell.