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Cass

 (kăs), Lewis 1782-1866.
American soldier, politician, and diplomat who held several governmental positions, including US secretary of war (1831-1836) during the Black Hawk and Seminole wars.
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You may fire on Cass, if you like; it's time she was gone to the devil, where she belongs; but the gal, not," said Legree.
They continued forward, therefore, trusting that, as Fort Cass was so near at hand, the Crows might refrain from any depredations.
The width of the river enabled them to keep at a sufficient distance, and they soon landed at Fort Cass.
Another hunter, of the name of Cass, was associated with them in their enterprise.
He, however, did not name all the CAS, promising to nominate them at a later date.
Our customers are more mobile than ever, spending less and less time behind a desk," said Gary Langfitt, president of Cass Information Systems, Expense Management Services.
The lectures, sponsored by the National Architectural Trust, will take place at: 7 World Trade Center, whose state-of-the-art security, energy and sanitation systems make it one of the most technologically advanced buildings in the world; The Marine Room at newly renovated India House, which was built in 1852 and modeled after Italian Renaissance palaces; The Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian's Diker Pavilion, New York's newest art, education and performance space that is located inside the historic, Cass Gilbert-designed Alexander Hamilton U.
O'Marra, Chief Counsel of the Ontario Chief Coroner's office, had no representation of the province's CAS.
Cass quotes Joe Frost, a University of Texas professor, who studies children's play.
We would have been happy to undertake [the research] for free," says Cass, except that "there are too many travel expenses and materials required.
Because there are so many novices (government agencies, contractors, accounting practitioners) and CAS expertise is limited, there is considerable opportunity for government contractors to make mistakes in applying and interpreting the standards and rules.