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Cade

Jack. died 1450, English leader of the Kentish rebellion against the misgovernment of Henry VI (1450)
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A licensed Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) technician, Cade most recently served as Managing Director - Line Maintenance for the Western Region and Asia.
Yolanda Cade then led her daughters and 11-month-old grandson down into the complex's parking garage and into the couple's SUV.
Gus Uhlenbeek got away down the right and drilled in a low cross that Cade finished sweetly from close range.
Music as Theme: The Jazz Mode in the Works of Toni Cade Bambara.
In one scene Cade presides over a mockery of a trial before killing one of his victims, so as to make it "legal.
Cade, who is 22 months, had sat on the part of the metal bucket where the mop is squeezed and put his legs inside.
Toni Cade Bambara's posthumous novel, Those Bones Are Not My Child, revisits the Atlanta child murders of 1979-1980.
In the later Middle Ages, two revolts took place in England within a fairly short span of time: the Jack Cade Revolt during the reign of Henry VI (1421-1471) and another which had taken place 69 years earlier, the Peasants' Revolt under Wat Tyler in June of 1381.
Over the near term, Fitch regarded the CADE transaction as neutral to the rating.
For this reason, the decision by CADE published on January 14, 2014 has been fully affirmed.
Minister for Mental Health Mark Butler today announced that the new John Cade Fellowship in Mental Health Research is open for applications.
The winners were: Blake McBride, eighth grade, Sacred Heart School; Spencer McBride, seventh grade, Sacred Heart School; Cade Brummer, sixth grade, Sacred Heart School; and Gabriel Chavez, fifth grade, Summerwind School.