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causey

(ˈkɔːzɪ)
n
1. (Civil Engineering) an archaic or dialect word for causeway
2. (Human Geography) Scot a cobbled street
3. (Building) Scot a cobblestone
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Th' other way SATAN went down The Causey to Hell Gate; on either side Disparted CHAOS over built exclaimd, And with rebounding surge the barrs assaild, That scorn'd his indignation: through the Gate, Wide open and unguarded, SATAN pass'd, And all about found desolate; for those Appointed to sit there, had left thir charge, Flown to the upper World; the rest were all Farr to the inland retir'd, about the walls Of PANDEMONIUM, Citie and proud seate Of LUCIFER, so by allusion calld, Of that bright Starr to SATAN paragond.
The Causeys and the Mor-ris-Czaplas went to Morfa Beach yesterday.
Now Rosalind Causey, a former nurse turned IT consultant and mother-of-two living in Suffolk, she recalled: "I took the cork from the wine bottle, replied to Sandra's little note, and we have been in touch ever since.
Mrs Causey said:"The meeting came about after my two children amazingly won a trip to Disney World in a children's design-a-Millennium flag competition.