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cates

(keɪts)
pl n
(Cookery) (sometimes singular) archaic choice dainty food; delicacies
[C15: variant of acates purchases, from Old Northern French acater to buy, from Vulgar Latin accaptāre (unattested); ultimately related to Latin acceptāre to accept]
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For you get your living in the water, but I am used to each such foods as men have: I never miss the thrice-kneaded loaf in its neat, round basket, or the thin-wrapped cake full of sesame and cheese, or the slice of ham, or liver vested in white fat, or cheese just curdled from sweet milk, or delicious honey-cake which even the blessed gods long for, or any of all those cates which cooks make for the feasts of mortal men, larding their pots and pans with spices of all kinds.
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Going without any COLA in 2016 has long-term consequences for retirees when real costs continue to climb," Cates explained in a statement.
New Job: Arkansas State University in Jonesboro has named Carl Cates of Valdosta State University in Valdosta, Georgia, to be the first dean of a newly structured college that combines programs in the fine arts, humanities, social sciences, media and communication.
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Cates is thrilled to become the next artistic director of HMC.
We are dedicated to passionately live out these values through providing uncompromising service, care, and creativity,” stated Cates.
And that, Cates said, isn't easy when you're trying to stay sober.
Cates, a former police officer, and his sales staff of mostly former law enforcement personnel, are keenly aware of the needs of their customer base.
We've been developing the technology since 2004," says Cates.