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  • n. Plural form of cade.


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  • Have motor cades, conversatinos with maybe even film a segment from a show in the park.

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  • A journalist did ask him about reports of a price war and whether it would force him to lower his asking price for the A. “I know nothing about it,” replied Ford, who for de cades had set his own prices and wages free of serious competition.


  • Unprecedented in length, this act of economic strangulation has done little to alter the monolithic trajectory of Cuban politics, though it has succeeded in fostering de cades of isolation, ignorance, and mistrust.

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  • Liberation Army cades had been incorporated into the SANDF along with 11500 former nominally independent homeland defence force members during the first two years of integration.

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  • The exhaust from Nicholas's black Kawasaki rumbled off the fa - cades of the prewar warehouses that closely lined the streets of this business district.

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  • "You've all seen, or at least heard about, the mobile barri-cades beyond the gates," Tate began.

    The Black Wing

  • He roared with laughter at his own joke and bowed to some astonished labourers who were dismantling the barri-cades that had been used for the previous day's bullfight.

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  • In the present instance our only fear was that neither ourselves nor our company nor our play could possibly live up to the royal reception provided for us by the press in advance, and that we should be bringing to Canada at least a couple of Drury Lane Caval cades.

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  • Dazzled as before, I followed through the lambent cas-cades pouring from the high, carved walls; paused, and my eyes clearing, looked up -- straight into the faces of the Three.

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  • Ye hear iv Teddy Rosenfelt plungin 'into ambus-cades an' Sicrity iv Wars; but d'ye hear iv Martin Dooley, th 'man behind th' guns, four thousan 'miles behind thim, an' willin 'to be further?

    Mr. Dooley in Peace and in War


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