American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The most ornate of the three main orders of classical Greek architecture, characterized by a slender fluted column having an ornate bell-shaped capital decorated with acanthus leaves.
“Tonight at the centre for lifelong learning in Cathays a course in edible landscaping will start from 7pm – showing you how to plant and nourish an edible garden including fruit trees.”
“With established sandwich shops like Dough and Kappucinos already dominating the student market in Cathays, however, Yum wasn't generating enough income to pay the rent and, in January 2009, Jones was forced to shut up shop.”
“The Board erected a splendid building in Cathays Park as its headquarters.”
“Cathays councillor Simon Pickard said he would personally follow up provision for a disabled parking bay on Womanby Street.”
“Cardiff Digs blogs about the student police initiative which will be patrolling the streets of Cathays tonight with police officers to send out community messages and reiterate the importance of safety advice at this time of year.”
“News of the Magic Wrap shop on Salisbury Road, Cathays spread through word of mouth over the months that followed, thanks primarily to the students, whom Jones "credits solely for his marketing back in the early days.”
“Three Cardiff students have been fined for causing noise nuisance in Cathays, yourCardiff reports.”
“Seagulls are continuing to be a nuisance in Cathays.”
“On Fix My Street more disused signposts are spotted in the city – this one here in Cathays.”
“The professional club and bar designer, recently designed the new Vulcan Lounge in Cathays and the North Star on North Road.”
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