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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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As Labor Secretary, Cade would lead a 420-employee department that oversees workforce development and training programs for the State of Delaware, unemployment insurance programs, labor law enforcement, and economic forecasting for the state.
Last year, as Acting Director of the Delaware Economic Development Office (DEDO), Cade managed the dissolution of DEDO and the creation of the new Division of Small Business, Development, and Tourism within the Delaware Department of State.
Unspecified or unknown agents accounted for a quarter of all CADEs.
While the supercomputing platforms provide the processing power and analytics capabilities to handle the most extreme research workloads, ORNL has deployed the on-demand, self-service cloud within CADES to complement the computing and data needs for a broad range of research at the laboratory, ultimately facilitating an on-ramp to leadership computing as an instrument for discovery.
Although obligations of CADES do not carry explicit guarantees of the Republic of France, Standard & Poor's considers that the issuer's legal framework, its functional integration with operations of the French Treasury, and its key role in financing of the national social insurance program, ensures sovereign support equivalent in practice to an explicit debt guarantee.
Firstly, CADE was elevated to the status of an autonomous legal entity ("autarquia") within the Federal Government, and its commissioners were granted two-year mandates, renewable once.
The Author argues that CADE should conditionally approve the acquisition because of the combination's ability to benefit Brazilian consumers, the government, and News Corporation itself through lower costs, lower subscription prices, and higher subscription numbers.
8% market share, in March filed a complaint with Cade, Brazil's anti-trust agency, saying that the deal strengthens AmBev's monopoly power and does economic harm to local competitors.
Summing up at Hacket's trial, in July 1591, the Solicitor-General himself explicitly compared Hacket with, inter alia, Jack Cade.
When Thunderbuns, the "big and bad matron," charges the aisle of the movie theater in Toni Cade Bambara's story "Gorilla, My Love," the kids finally "shut up and watch the simple ass picture" (Gorilla 15).
It has also been a privilege to watch Cade McNown the last four years, and we want to thank him personally for the courage, perseverance and outstanding contributions he has made over his UCLA career.
Players to watch: UCLA quarterback Cade McNown, who has thrown nine interceptions in his past five games.