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Caro

1. Sir Antony. born 1924, British sculptor, best known for his abstract steel sculptures
2. Joseph (ben Ephraim) 1488--1575, Jewish legal scholar and mystic, born in Spain; compiler of the Shulhan Arukh (1564--65), the most authoritative Jewish legal code.

Caro

loathsome hag; personification of fleshly lust. [Br. Lit.: The Purple Island, Brewer Handbook, 180]
See: Lust
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It will also supply its news and video content to Presto, which will see the Presto app featuring a CARI content tab, letting Presto Buddies (Presto users) to keep in tuned with the latest news highlights and industry happenings, PUC added.
The charity receives limited government funding, but Miriam says CARI is almost entirely dependent on its fund-raising efforts.
In the new structure, there is a proposal for a semi-autonomous CARI to have a Board of Directors composed of representatives of all key stakeholders in the agriculture sector.
Tickets start at EUR10 and are a v a i l a b l e t h r o u g h Ticketmaster or CARI on 01-8308529.
According to association executive director Len Shaw, CARI representatives have met with officials from the Saskatchewan Ministry's Environrnental Protection section in Regina in an attempt to help the province meet its objective without penalizing metal recyclers using best practices.
SISTER ACT: Cecelia and Georgina at CARI benefit lunch yesterday Picture: Arthur Carron/Collins' TIPS: Karla Elliot
CARI Executive Director ken Shaw says the theme is timely because of the number of issues facing the recycling industry, from changes in trucking laws to demand from China.
IRELAND'S top fashion designers unveiled their latest collections yesterday to help child abuse charity CARI.
Shaw spoke at a session sponsored by CARI at the Canadian Solid Waste and Recycling Expo late last year in Toronto.
CARI spokeswoman Mary Flaherty said: "This is a huge issue.
According to CARI, Section 62 of the specifications was adopted in 1998 after consultation with scale manufacturers, end user groups and Measurement Canada, although CARI and specific scrap dealers were not consulted.