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Cadillac

expensive automobile and status symbol. [Trademarks: Crowley Trade, 83]
See: Luxury
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An eight-year-old who won his maiden at Ballingarry last season, Cadilac Jack is now likely to contest a beginners chase.
A aula de Pilates teve duracao media de 60 minutos, realizada individualmente, em nivel iniciante, usando-se aparelhos especificos do metodo: Reformer, Cadilac, Wunda-chair, Barrel.
Pan es i America am y tro cynta' a chael arddeall y bydde rhywun yn dod i'm cyfarfod mewn Cadilac, rown i'n meddwl mai math arbennig o siwt oedd e, fel Armani.
Yesterday - Guns N' Roses; Golden Age Of Rock 'n' Roll - Mott The Hoople; The Irish Rover - Dubliners and Pogues; Black Rose (Roisin Dubh) - Thin Lizzy; Cadilac Rock - Bruce Springstein.
In fact, "Two sets of French Burr Stones in a mill was like having two Cadilacs [sic] in your garage now a days.") In 1902, the Bowens acquired a 12-foot-tall Thomas-Albright Company cider press, which was housed in an addition built onto the mill, and the facility soon became famous for cider-making services as well as its buckwheat flour.