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Caro

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1. (Biography) Sir Antony. 1924–2013, British sculptor, best known for his abstract steel sculptures
2. (Biography) Joseph (ben Ephraim) 1488–1575, Jewish legal scholar and mystic, born in Spain; compiler of the Shulhan Arukh (1564–65), the most authoritative Jewish legal code
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The Venetian glasses, cara mia, and fill them to the brim.
Among those awarded was 14-year-old Cara Heaney who is being treated with a mix of horse and rabbit blood as she fights bone marrow failure.
When she first sought career counseling, Cara was a 24-year-old, Caucasian college senior.
I wanted to publish Red Palms because the story and the setting are so different from most YA novels, because Benita is a wonderful heroine, and because Cara was, yes, ambitious in combining many unusual ideas.
CARA then created its Safety Project to develop community-based accountability strategies.
But as I've discovered, letting go of Cara is not as easy as I anticipated.
Toronto-based Cara, already the single biggest shareholder with 43%, will end up paying $42.
In a contrary statement, Gabe Tsampalieros, president and CEO of Cara and a Second Cup director, said, "As disclosed in the Circular, going back to 1999, the Board of Second Cup has actively solicited offers for the corporation, including the recent efforts by RBC Dominion Securities, and despite these efforts, no offer has ever been made to the corporation or its shareholders.
Cara just loved the whole thing and was totally in her element.
Consumers have come to recognize and trust the name Cara for value," he comments.
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Executives believe Cara looks the part and is building up her acting credentials after roles in movies such as Paper Towns, Pan and Suicide Squad.