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cat·tie

 (kăt′ē)
n.
Variant of catty2.
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Noun1.cattie - any of various units of weight used in southeastern Asia (especially a Chinese measure equal to 500 grams)
Cathay, China, Communist China, mainland China, People's Republic of China, PRC, Red China - a communist nation that covers a vast territory in eastern Asia; the most populous country in the world
weight unit, weight - a unit used to measure weight; "he placed two weights in the scale pan"
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"So keeping it local helps with the local economy, farmers get paid a little extra out of it, and it's just less carbon footprint, too, if you don't have to keep shipping cattie south like that."
Chris Cattie, executive vice president/chief information technology officer of QNB Bank in Quakertown, graduated from the American Bankers Association Stonier Graduate School of Banking in Philadelphia.
Or bovine tuberculosis, a bacterial disease that primarily affects cattie but can also hit white-tailed deer, elk, fox, mink, raccoons, and bears.
In a study of 162 adults with HIV and 82 adults without HIV, Cattie and colleagues (2012) found that adults with HAND were slower at completing an executive function task (Tower of London-Drexel Version), had more errors in problem solving, and inadvertently violated rules of the task compared with those who did not have HAND and adults without HIV.
Sin embargo, este aspecto es de gran relevancia, ya que muchas investigaciones han mostrado las implicaciones que el deterioro cognitivo en el VIH puede tener en aspectos cruciales, como la adherencia al tratamiento, la calidad de vida o las actividades de la vida diaria(Cattie, Doyle, Weber, Grant, & Woods, 2012; Doyle, Weber, Atkinson, Grant, & Woods, 2012; Vance, Fazeli, & Gakumo, 2013).
The crazy ones are also suitably named; Pagal Kutta uncle and Cattie Auntie.
Very peacefully in hospital surrounded by her loving family, after a long illness bravely fought, on 26th April 2012, aged 64 years, Florrie, beloved wife of Colin (Col), much loved mam of Norma, Marty, Tony, Amanda and Colin, beautiful nana of Michael, Emma, Katie, Kenneth, Richard, Katrina and great nana of KaceyLeigh and Lilly, also a special motherinlaw of Ken, Jane, Cattie and Kerry.
THE STORY: When successful Houston realtor Misty Mueller dies in a car crash, her estranged childhood friend Catherine Desplaines is shocked to learn that she has been named as the guardian of Misty's 15-year-old daughter, Cattie. As teens in 1970s Wichita, Catherine and Misty had been inseparable, getting high and trolling for older men in bars, but then Catherine went to college and lost touch with her underprivileged friend.
31 January 2010: Meaghan Belthoff, Nicole Elizabeth Bieganski, Jacqueline Cattie, Caitlin Cunningham, Morgan A.