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causey

(ˈkɔːzɪ)
n
1. (Civil Engineering) an archaic or dialect word for causeway
2. (Human Geography) Scot a cobbled street
3. (Building) Scot a cobblestone
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Th' other way SATAN went down The Causey to Hell Gate; on either side Disparted CHAOS over built exclaimd, And with rebounding surge the barrs assaild, That scorn'd his indignation: through the Gate, Wide open and unguarded, SATAN pass'd, And all about found desolate; for those Appointed to sit there, had left thir charge, Flown to the upper World; the rest were all Farr to the inland retir'd, about the walls Of PANDEMONIUM, Citie and proud seate Of LUCIFER, so by allusion calld, Of that bright Starr to SATAN paragond.
Insurance Commissioner and State Fire Marshal Mike Causey, along with other state and local fire officials, kicked off Fire Prevention Week on Monday by reminding North Carolinians that, "Every second counts: Plan two ways out.
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The following options have been identified for upgrading the Morpeth to Felton section: Orange route - Upgrade the existing road to a dual carriageway and create a pedestrian footbridge at Causey Park to maintain the existing public right of way.
The following options have been identified for upgrading the Morpeth-to-Felton stretch: Orange route - Upgrade the existing road to a dual carriageway and create a pedestrian footbridge at Causey Park to maintain the existing public right of way.
This annual 8 hour infection prevention symposium was synchronized between three prime locations by a simulcast that was moderated by Kimisha Causey in Las Vegas and Chris Marchand in Reno.
Causey weaves together a number of story lines that push the novel away from simple thriller territory: romantic love, and the bonds between siblings, not to mention very bad parents.
Causey, the executive director of the Arkansas Aerospace & Defense Alliance, said it was the state's "first real significant presence" at the air show.
Jo Ann Causey draws on her experience as a special education instructor to imagine her way into the mind of a special needs child who experiences questions not as a prelude to discovery, not as an invitation to dialogue or dialectics, but as an attack for which the only response is retreat.
South Causey Inn, Stanley, County Durham THE WELCOME An overnight trip from London meant we arrived hours before check-in.
Editors Causey (drama, film, and music, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland) and Walsh (theater and performance, Birkbeck University of London, UK) are interested in expansive and innovative approaches to the political possibilities of theater; they are engaged with performance in practice as well as with theoretical analysis and scholarship.
Andrew Causey steers clear, for the most part, of the kind of psychologising that can kill off the beautiful queerness of a Nash painting, although he does sometimes seem to yearn for Nash's objects to take on safe and familiar human meanings.