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CASCACanadian Astronomical Society
CASCAColorado Ambulatory Surgery Center Association (Englewood, CO)
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He is currently playing the servant in The Winter's Tale and Casca in Julius Caesar but will be playing Benvolio in Romeo and Juliet later this year, and it was the famous love story that provided his first experience of Shakespeare.
Activities are being concentrated on the Casca tenement where access
After carding a first-place 3-under 69, Casca led the Lions to a runner-up position at the Northern Team Divisional and a spot in the CIF-Southern Section team finals.
Casca reports the terrible portents he has witnessed to Cicero, and Cicero responds with the following sententia:
Questa e una ragna / Dove il tuo cor / Casca, si lagna, / S'impiglia e muor" (Seven Verdi Librettos 378-79).
Whereas Brutus's oration renders Caesar into a succession of abstractions, Antony's incessantly calls attention to the body: "Look, in this place ran Cassius' dagger through; / See, what a rent the envious Casca made" (174-75).
Che quanto a la satisfaction di i peccati fati et in i quali la fragihta humana casca, la passion sua e sta sufficiente et pitu che bastante" (Camaldoli no.
I cannot account for the lack of umlaut in the entirely parallel *cas(m)-ika > *cas(m)ica > casca > POss.
In William Shakespeare's Julius Caesar, Casca, a Roman who didn't understand Greek, listened to a speech delivered in that language.