CATO


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AcronymDefinition
CATOCatoctin Mountain Park (US National Park Service)
CATOCanadian Association of Tour Operators
CATOCatastrophe At Take-Off (i.e., the rocket blew up)
CATOCanyon Towhee (bird species Pipilo fuscus)
CATOContract Air Terminal Operations
CATOCadet Administration and Training Order (DND Canada)
CATOCivilian Automated Training Office
CATOCombat Arms Training Organization (Army)
CATOConcealed Approach and Takeoff
CATOCheyenne and Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma
CATOChief Ammunition Technical Officer (UK military)
CATOCombined Air Terminal Operation (NATO)
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The drugs line was called KS and Cato employed a number of people to work for him, Leeds Crown Court heard.
Cato received her Nursing Home Administrators Certificate from the College of DuPage and is licensed by the state of Illinois.
However, other fishermen said they had been bartering goods with the Chinese and stories of bullying might have risen due to a misunderstanding, said Charlito Maniago, Barangay Cato chief.
Cato said: "My friend said I was thinner and could fetch it.
Cato, of Blackpool, was held within weeks of arriving in 2009.
Cato brings substantial technical expertise in social marketing for health, private sector capacity building, and evidence-led programming, particularly in the areas of organizational strengthening, reproductive health, disease prevention and nutrition.
The judge told Cato, from Middlesbrough, that he had an appalling record for serious violence and he had shown that he was willing to use weapons on victims.
All eyes will be on Kennedy versus Cato and the former admitted: "It is a tough head-tohead for any player.
The jury heard Cato had burgled the Bryn Llewelyn nursing home in Llan Ffestiniog in July last year while it was being renovated and stole various tools.
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Founded in 1946, Cato operates approximately 1,300 apparel and accessories specialty stores throughout the United States.
Cato suggests that capitalism has driven a loss of connection with place, whereby identity is generated through what people do rather than where they are from.