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cad·dis

also cad·dice  (kăd′ĭs)
n.
A coarse woolen fabric, yarn, or ribbon binding.

[Probably from Middle English cadace, cotton wool (from Anglo-Norman, from Old Provençal cadarz) and from French cadis, woolen cloth (from Old Provençal).]

caddis

(ˈkædɪs) or

caddice

n
(Textiles) a type of coarse woollen yarn, braid, or fabric

cad•dis1

or cad•dice

(ˈkæd ɪs)

n.
a kind of woolen braid, ribbon, or tape.
[1570–80; probably < Middle French cadis]
cad′dised, adj.

cad•dis2

(ˈkæd ɪs)

n.
[by shortening]
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Caddis, who played for the national side in a friendly against the Czech Republic in 2016, had been training with Morton.
But former Scotland international Caddis, whose contract at Blackburn was torn up at the end of August, brought some Caledonian steel and know-how to the Bantams in his first game for three months.
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Caddis was a key part of the side in the early part of 2017/18 but dropped out of the starting line-up after the NewYear defeat at Stenhousemuir and was used only as a substitute in the months that followed before being recalled for the Peterhead play-off games.
It was an iconic goal that sparked wild celebrations, made all the more memorable for Caddis' topless shirt-whirling euphoria and at the end Lee Clark's passionate sprint towards the visiting supporters.
Caddis tried his luck from distance and Willie Robertson also shot high and wide from outside the box just before halftime as Stirling continued to make the most of the running, but at the break it remained 1-0.
"Harry Redknapp has come in and he's one of the most experienced British managers in the game," Caddis continued.
Tuesday's result all but ends their interest in the top six positions - and Caddis knows Blues have to play better in their final seven games.
Moments before the interval Tomlin took on Caddis inside the box and went down with Bristol fans screaming for a spot-kick.
Birmingham's first chance came on six minutes as Caddis sent Shinnie through the middle but he sent his long-range speculative effort fizzing yards wide.
Caddis said that Paradise Valley Ranch is lacated in Paradise Valley on 13 acres, and is a short drive from downtown Phoenix.
Nikola Zigic pulled one back and then three minutes into stoppage time, Paul Caddis headed home the goal which ensured Birmingham got the point they needed to stay up at the expense of Doncaster Rovers.