Catho

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Catho

(ˈkæθəʊ)
n, pl Cathos
(Ecclesiastical Terms) informal Austral a member of the Catholic Church
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DOES anyone remember this photograph of St Chad's RC cricket team when they beat St Michae 's for the Catho ic Shield in the 1949-1950 season?
For the responsibilities they have, their budgets and established goals, a minister could be considered at the level of big company CEO or president," says Mario Fagundes, coordinator of research and remuneration at Catho, the largest human-resources consultancy in Brazil.
5 /PRNewswire/ -- Engenium Corporation, the leader in conceptual search technology and producer of the award-winning Semetric searching tool, announced today its expanded partnership with the Catho Online job board, Brazil's largest employment posting website.
Engenium Corporation powers the Catho Online employment board (http://www.
Our expanded relationship with Engenium will allow us to offer Catho users 24/7 availability to our job board by granting Catho access to multiple Semetric servers that support increased visitor traffic," said Luiz Pagnez, Internet Manager of Catho.
Que leur engagement a la continence puisse etre rompu en tout temps, alors que le voeu de chastete est perpetuel chez les chretiens d'obedience catho lique explique probablement un moindre degre de transgression.
If, he said, this is really the official Catho lic view of its relationship to Protestants, Jews, and people of other faiths, then he intends to say "good bye" to any future Catholic-Jewish dialogue.
On the scaffold Northumberland made a defiant speech, asserting that he died a Catho lic, that the realm was in schism, and that "he accounted his offence nothing.
Catho, a S[tilde{a}]o Paulo institute that specializes in human resources, recently conducted a survey on the subject of age in the workplace in Brazil.
The push for youth by multinational firms has an economic motivation," says Thomas Casey, head of Grupo Catho, a Brazilian executive search firm.