Cady


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Cad´y


n.1.See Cadie.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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It was after my mother died and when I was adopted by Cady. He kept a hotel and saloon.
So he couldn't do anything for me, and Cady adopted me.
Elizabeth Cady Stanton, had kindly provided accommodations for us.
American Pacific Borate & Lithium Ltd (ASX:ABR) has had a busy June quarter for its flagship Fort Cady Borate Project in southern California.
RETIRED NASA astronaut Cady Coleman unveiled four new space exploration stamps celebrating the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing.
Cady, a novelist, traces the development of a Pentecostal sect, the Church of God of the Union Assembly, a small splinter group of the holiness Church of God movement, and shows how it became one of the largest and wealthiest cults in the US.
Twelve-year-old Cady has spent the seven years since her mother's death in and out of foster care, because her father has failed to provide for her.
As a musician, Will Cady knows just how hard it can be to attract an audience.
A cousin said Cady Stewart, 33, who lived with her mother Sharon, "didn't want to feel happy" and instead "wanted to feel the hurt" in the months after Mrs Stewart's death.
'We would 'formally' launch the Life and Building Safety (LABS) programme in Vietnam and India soon based on the experiences in Bangladesh,' Sean Cady, a board member of the Alliance for Worker Safety said.
Yerkes married Sallie Cady, whose father's home, the Daniel Cady Stagecoach Inn, is also at Mill Race.
REBECCA CADY HAS BEEN a relationship-builder throughout her entire career.