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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 don't believe in ghosts, do you, Cass?" said he, taking the tongs and settling the fire.
"But--did--have you really seen?--Come, Cass, what is it, now,--speak out!"
"Come back you hag,--come back, Cass! You shan't go!"
"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.
As they were now, by calculation, at no great distance from Fort Cass, a trading post of the American Fur Company, they supposed these might be some of its people.
Turning down this stream, they made for Fort Cass, which is situated on the right bank, about three miles below the Bighorn.
All this Jem swore he had seen, more by token that it was the very day he had been mole-catching on Squire Cass's land, down by the old saw-pit.
Another hunter, of the name of Cass, was associated with them in their enterprise.
A look at the year-over-year percentage change in shipments beginning in 2013 (Cass Information Systems Inc,)
Mr Cass, a former railway engineer from Cardiff, died on Thursday night after a 13-year battle with the disease.
Ramsay is up against a formidable army of critics who insist that Cass sucks.
Cass's journey towards the truth allows her to come out of her shell and to develop confidence and strength in her beliefs.