cany


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cany

(ˈkeɪnɪ)
adj, canier or caniest
1. resembling or made of cane
2. full of canes
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CANY performs such inspections throughout New York and New Jersey, including Newark's Beth Israel Hospital and Jersey City's residential high-rise at 100 Montgomery St.
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Mr Cany said capital markets would be where the money is made in the coming five years - an area where HSBC will compete with the likes of Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs.
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@oscarmarkham_: Cany get over the fact it's September and actually so warm up in Aberdeen!!