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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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Even though they both worked for CNN, which has a reputation as a liberal, anti-gun news network, both De Caro and Russell have concealed-carry firearm licenses.
Outside in the parklands the YSP is erecting a series of monumental Caro sculptures, including the intriguing Promenade from 1996.
Caro was kind, a good listener and incessantly curious, even though he was quite famous he never wore that on his lapel, he was first and foremost a person and artist of modesty and quality.
Michael Carr, consultant breast surgeon at Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, said: "We are delighted that Caro has raised such a phenomenal amount for our unit and we would like to thank her for her tremendous efforts and everyone who has supported her.
Chapter 1, "The Colombian Lettered City--Philology, Ideology, Translation," offers a detailed overview of the political and ideological maneuvers which allowed Miguel Antonio Caro to dismantle Colombia's federalist state.
The setting was simplistic to allow all focus on the elegantly sexy Caro as she controlled the audience from start to finish.
Vegetarian Caro said: "Craig and Alex are both very good cooks.
The smoking beats, catchy songs and inventive production marked Caro out as one to watch.
The federal judges interpreted that last sentence as sufficient proof that Caro Quintero's case should have been tried in a Jalisco state court and not in a federal tribunal.
In May 1987, the Department of Justice, through the United States Attorney's Office in the Central District of California, indicted Caro Quintero and several others for conspiracy and racketeering charges related to the kidnapping, torture and murder in Mexico of Agent Camarena," Peter Carr, a spokesman for the Department of Justice, said Friday in a statement.
CARO Emerald lives her life in a certain style so it's no surprise the champagne flowed when her latest album went to number one in the charts.