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  • proper n. A spelling variant of Cathy, diminutive of the female given name Catherine.


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  • "Cathie -- _Cathie_, wait," but again Cathie beat her on a swift run down the avenue.

    Five Little Peppers at School

  • Grandmother Cathie is perfectly healthy despite having a midriff that can be reduced to the size of a large mayonnaise jar.

    39-15-39 Granny Is The World Record Holder For The Smallest Waist! | Impact Lab

  • "Polly," called Cathie softly from the next room, "I did have the most beautiful time!"

    Five Little Peppers at School

  • SARGENT - Mary Katherine "Cathie" Grigsby was on a trip with her church the weekend her husband was killed, but that hasn't kept Matagorda County authorities from charging her with what they believe was "murder for hire."

    The Facts: News

  • Grenier then went back to the meeting, pulled out the CIA's press officer, and asked him if this would be possible and the two of them phoned Libby to say that there would be a way that this could be done -- Grenier immediately put the press officer (Harlow) on the phone, where he spoke with a "Cathie" (presumably Cathie Martin, Vice President Cheney's then press secretary, who is expected to testify tomorrow) about how best to disseminate the story.

    Christy Hardin Smith: Libby Trial: No Swans Swimming In Sewers

  • Sylvain Gaboury/Patrick McMullan Cathie Black, Veronica Kelly and Lauren Veronis In case you haven't figured it out, comedy is pretty integral to this party, which was founded 29 years ago by Lauren Veronis.

    Roasting Rich and Famous

  • • This is an edited excerpt from Allegra McEvedy's Colour Cookbook Kyle Cathie, £9.95

    Salad scheherazade recipe | Allegra McEvedy

  • Polakow-Suransky pierced the consciousness of Gotham's education community late last year, in the wake of Cathie Black's appointment, assuming the role of deputy chancellor for performance and accountability to buttress his boss' subpar C.V. Dubbed "a data mining administrator" by The New York Times, he was introduced to the locals with the menacing headline, "New Schools No. 2 Wants More and Better Testing."

    Susan Ochshorn: Teaching, Learning and Assessment: Getting It Right

  • While our mayor was busy alienating his multicultural, diverse and angry constituency of NYC families, in the tradition of his departed chancellor, Cathie Black, parenting pundit Lisa Belkin offered a glimpse at a new, national trend of "legislating parenting."

    Susan Ochshorn: Move Over Teachers: It's Time to Blame the Parents

  • For the past few months I have seen and experienced the epic coverage of the winter holiday snow storm, the very public protests against New York City Schools Chancellor Cathie Black and school closures, and Gov.

    Arva Rice: Cheesehead State of Mind: Taking Cues from Wisconsin in NYC


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