from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A town of east-central North Carolina, an industrial suburb of Raleigh. Population: 112,000.
- Cary, (Arthur) Joyce (Lunel) 1888-1957. British writer whose novels, including The Horse's Mouth (1944), concern the necessity of personal freedom.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- proper n. A surname, a less common spelling of Carey.
- proper n. A male given name transferred from the surnames.
- proper n. A diminutive of the female given name Caroline.
- proper n. The name of several towns in the United States:
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CARY -- Jessica Crosby and her 4-year-old dachshund Brent ley were perched on the sofa at home in Cary watching TV one night in April, when Brentley started acting strange.
CARY -- Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich was in Cary on Wednesday night to speak to more than 600 people attending a dinner of the conservative John Locke Foundation.
CARY -- The town of Cary has promoted its assistant town manager to town manager.
CARY -- Police have charged the driver of a pickup truck that struck a 12-year-old at a school bus stop in Cary on Friday.
CARY -- Cary scored three touchdowns in the second half to pull away from Sanderson 32-7 in a nonconference football game on Friday night.
Significantly, we found several remnants of the name Sterling and just as many remnants of the name Cary.
Note to McSandbag: you can both support the tunnel and oppose being on the hook for cost overruns, but you knew that, you just oppose the tunnel no matter what the costs, even the pretend numbers rolling around in Cary Moons head.
Mary Kate Cary is a former speech writer for President H.W. Bush, now with U.S.
I live in Cary, NC (near Raleigh) and wish I knew of some affordable housing available.
* The turnout of 8,823 was the smallest for a U.S. home game since April 2006, when 8,093 showed in Cary, N.C., for a 1-1 draw.