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 (kăz′ə-mîr′, kăs′-)
A plain or twilled woolen or cotton cloth used for suits.

[Variant of cashmere.]


(ˈkæsɪˌmɪə) or


(Textiles) a woollen suiting cloth of plain or twill weave
[C18: variant of cashmere, from Kashmir]


(ˈkæs əˌmɪər)

a usu. twill-weave, wool or worsted fabric for suits.
[1695–1705; variant of cashmere]
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Getting Back to Abnormal'' takes Head's re-election efforts "as the spine'' while also weaving in other stories and elements, including commentary from New Orleans cultural figures like "Treme'' creator David Simon, ex-councilman Oliver Thomas, historian Raphael Cassimere, radio hosts Paul Beaulieu and John Slade and attorney Buddy Lemann.
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Rago Durbin, MS, RN, Director, Parish Nurse Ministry at Advocate Health Care, Park Ridge, IL; Mary Slutz, MHCA, BS, RN, Coordinator Parish Nurse Program, Trinity Medical Center, Moline, IL; Myrna Cassimere, RN, PhD, Academic Coordinator, The McFarland Institute, New Orleans, LA; Cassandra Graham, RN, BSN, MOAM, Nursing Administration Manager, Medical Center of Plano, Plano, TX; and Barbara Wehling, RN, PhD, Curriculum Coordinator, IPNRC.
This year all faculty will attend a special presentation, "Surviving and Thriving in the Post- Katrina World" presented by Cassandra Graham, Myrna Cassimere, Frances Hawkins, and Becky Seymour.