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CARYContainment Area for Relocated Yankees (North Carolina)
CARYConcentrated Area of Relocated Yankees (Cary, North Carolina)
CARYCenter for at Risk Youth (Ein Yael Living Museum; Jerusalem, Israel)
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For more information on the Cary Park District Preschool program, visit www.
Cary Skin Center is a skin cancer treatment center specializing in Mohs Micrographic Surgery, located in Cary, North Carolina.
The two Cary locations are Publix's only stores in the Triangle for now, but two additional sites; one in Cary and one in nearby Apex, N.
Conaway delineates, Shadd Cary sustained a modicum of economic and social class privilege which engendered her political connections with Henry and Mary Bibb, Samuel Ringgold Ward, and famously Martin Delany.
One former parishioner of Cary when he was pastor at Sacred Heart Parish in Medford, Ore.
Cary also features in-app messaging, which enables users and dealers to exchange both messages and photographs privately, enhancing the buying and selling process.
Bank president Richard Callicutt said that adding the Cary and Chapel Hill branches brings his bank to a total of four branches in the North Carolina Research Triangle area.
The appointment means Cary once again will leave Eugene, this time after a brief 10-month stay, and fly today to Rome for "ad limina," a series of meetings held once every five years between the pope and bishops from across the world.
During his lifetime, Cary created an electronic studio in his Marylebone home and moved this several times around London, before it settled at Adelaide University, after he became Dean of Music there.
The new network solutions will replace Railinc's existing point-to-point network with a fully meshed network architecture, which, along with the addition of dual SONET-based fibre entries at the Cary facility, will enable Railinc to reroute network services as needed.
Cary was also a high-profile Catholic convert, married to the Protestant Lord Deputy of Ireland.
This twelve-essay volume also seeks to establish Cary's relevance to our understanding of seventeenth-century religious controversy, political thought, and manuscript culture-not only in England, but also in Ireland, where Cary lived for four years, and on the Continent, where her children continued her religious and literary legacies.