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Cate

Cate \Cate\, n. Food. [Obs.] See Cates.

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cate

n. (context in the plural English) A delicacy or item of food.

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Catê

Marco Antônio Lemos Tozzi (7 November 1973 – 27 December 2011), commonly known as Catê, was a Brazilian footballer who played for clubs of Brazil, Chile, Italy, the United States and Venezuela.

Usage examples of "cate".

Formal proced tilde e, red tape, bureaucracy-as Einstein had daim tilde d, one could circle the universe and arrive back at the starting point, which always seemed to be a forty-page report in tripli- cate.

He was holding a flare and he fired it out and up, cate back to the Cube and with each other to coordinate hoping the heat of the flare would divert the missile.

The slabs made a most intri- cate and fascinating design, but a thoroughly unobtrusive one, unless one paid deliberate attention to it.

They had not repli14 A R E A 5 1 0 ROBERT DOHERTY 141 cated the control system adequately and lost the ability to knowledge I brought with me.

The strongest argument has in his possession hard evidence of a certain degree of against the diffusionist theory was that there was no way interaction among widely spread peoples many centuries for people from these different locations to have communi- ago, but he is basically being ignored by the mainstream cated with one another or have had any social or cultural scientific community because they simply do not believe it intercourse.

The strongest argument has in his possession hard evidence of a certain degree of against the diffusionist theory was that there was no way interaction among widely spread peoples many centuries for people from these different locations to have communi ago, but he is basically being ignored by the mainstream cated with one another or have had any social or cultural scientific community because they simply do not believe it intercourse.

Is there anything specific that makes you doubt his cated to projecting possible reactions to contact with story about what is going on now?

The slabs made a most intri cate and fascinating design, but a thoroughly unobtrusive one, unless one paid deliberate attention to it.

The nightmare was le specific, only the apprehension which, long before the sassin tried his bedroom, he had been trying to commui cate to Hanks and the rest of the office, that you couldi go on giving atevi bits and pieces of tech without acc erating the randomness in the process, meaning that ate minds didn't work the same as human minds, and d atevi cultural bias was going to view certain technologi advances differently than humans did, and atevi inve tiveness was going to put more and more items togett into their own inventions, about which they didn't cons the Mospheira Technology Commission.

And I suppose you'll have the same kind of objections to the Fincastle geothermal plant and Devil's Cate pumped storage, both of which are the cleanest type of operation known to man or nature.

That was after the group scrambled down a steep rock stairway to where the tailrace of Devil's Cate 1 generating plant emptied boisterously into Pineridge River, twenty feet below.

Twice since receiving Karen Sloan's letter at Devil's Cate Camp, Nim bad talked to her on the telephone.

He sent her a compli cated burst of emoticons conveying a combination of disgust, weariness, annoyance, and impatience.

That's really an exceedingly sophisti cated idea, epistemologically speaking.

Outside the passages, ship id displays indi cated that some of the berths were occupied.