CATOR

AcronymDefinition
CATORConsortium for Assistive Technology Outcomes Research
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In Carty, the engineer evolved into the edu- cator.
We have however been able to determine how we can adjust our tender process to enable the council to deliver this important project" Mr Cator said.
The main hurdle among other districts interested in the academy is the money needed for the computer technology and the instructional time needed per day for the class, Cator explains.
Technology is a cross-cutting priority of all parts of the budget," says Cator.
Cator Street (Extra Care): New 42-unit building for elderly people with dementia
Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple, and Karen Cator, director, Office of Educational Technology, U.
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In addition to Cator, Silicon-Valley pioneer Steve Wozniak will discuss education, emerging technologies, and his vision for the future of technology and society.
I think Mooresville has a tremendous amount to offer in terms of leadership and what they've learned along the way," Cator told local media.
Mr Cator added: "With a commitment to invest pounds 20 million by the end of 2012, up to a maximum of pounds 50 million by 2020, this is a hugely exciting time for the site, the RASE, Stoneleigh Park and the local economy.
HILLSIDE Yellowsome: J Davis, C Graham, M Lockyer 79pts; G Taylor, S Derbyshire, G Hughes 79; A Wilkinson, D McPhee, K Bennett 78; E Ellis, J Cutts, S Cobb 78; I Jackson, C Court, D Hillsdon 78; A Crofts, R Berry, P Goodwin 78; D Halsall, M Howard, P Cutts 76; R Blundell, R Hernnessy, M Whalen 75; R Cator, G Whiteside, B Riley 75.
Charles Cator, deputy chairman of Christie's International, said: "The importance of this auction ranks alongside historic landmark sales of the past, such as Longleat, Houghton and Wentworth.