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  • proper n. A short form of the female given name Catherine.

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Examples

  • This was never a problem in the UK, where Cath is a relatively common name.

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  • Normally I would have just said “orange” but Cath is English so I’m trying to sound fancy.

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  • BooBoo called Cath stupid this moring, but Cath didn't hear it.

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  • Catherine McNeil - known as Cath - died on February 14 after the car she was travelling in smashed into a tree near Brocklebank on the Red Dial to Caldbeck road.

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  • Another vote for the formal signature - mine says "Catherine X, PhD", but I just sign "Cath" above that.

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  • Some songs have a simple backbeat which feels really good, in other songs, such as "Cath" or

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  • There are a couple of neat sequences such as Cath and Greg accessing an upper chamber by walking back-to-back up the shaft or the traversal of a chasm using a pungent, swinging corpse.

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  • Most recently, my go-to song has been "Cath" by Death Cab for Cutie.

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  • Songs from this year's carried the second half of the set, particularly "Cath," the tale of doomed marriage, and set-closing "Bixby Canyon Bridge," both of which created enough momentum to carry over through encore-opener "Technicolor Girls," a for-the-diehards rarity from the 2000 EP,

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  • The band was on Conan O 'Brien the other night to do their single "Cath," and Conan is a big fan of the song.

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