American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Cardin, Pierre Born 1922. French fashion designer noted for his bold, futuristic designs.
“In particular, the diplomatic Cardin is intrigued by Isaiah:”
“Jon Cardin is a delegate in MD. so he IS a political figure.”
“The article reference that Jon Cardin is a delegate – to or for what?”
“As a senator, Cardin is considering versions that differ from the House measures, and he noted several times that Congress would continue negotiating to derive a single bill from the various proposals.”
“Sen. Ben Cardin is wrong in his all or nothing approach.”
“Cardin is a rising star in the world of Weird Fiction, and he has been lauded for his ability to bring both literary and intellectual context to his horror fiction in unique, often surprising ways.”
“Bessette, of the boiler operators council, called Cardin's resolution an overreaction and said most states do a good job of regulating coal ash disposal.”
“We purposely mentioned Magnitisky to show we are not in an argument with Sen. Cardin on this," one senior administration official said.”
“Ben Cardin D., Md. is pushing legislation that would ban visas and freeze assets of 60 Russian officials alleged to be involved in the death of Mr. Magnitsky, legislation that senior administration officials pointedly didn't oppose.”
“A broader bill in the Senate, the Justice for Sergei Magnitsky Act of 2010, sponsored by Ben Cardin (D., Md.) and John McCain (R., Ariz.) and co-sponsored by 26 Democrats and Republicans, is due for hearings next week.”
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