CATOR

AcronymDefinition
CATORConsortium for Assistive Technology Outcomes Research
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In Carty, the engineer evolved into the edu- cator.
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.
Cator Street Centre of Excellence: Refurbishment of ground floor of existing office building to provide day centre for elderly people and their carers
The good news is that people inside the ED, especially Karen Cator, welcome suggestions, as do members of Congress, who are looking forward to the reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, the latest iteration of which is No Child Left Behind.
Our clients demand maximum uptime mainly because of their public exposure," said John Cator, CitySoft's vice president of operations.
The sale toppers were a pen of nine strong Suffolk's from regular vendor K Cator, Stobb House Farm, Brandon Village, and bought by F Machin & Sons, Low Farm, Brandsby.
CLEVER Stephanie Cator will be the first member of her family to go to university - and the Daily Mirror gave her a little help getting there.
Sarah Jane Cator, aged 22, of Earlsdon Avenue North, Earlsdon, Coventry, two charges of assaulting a police constable in the execution of their duties, four months' imprisonment suspended for 18 months and ordered to pay pounds 225 compensation.
amp;uot;To stay profitable in e-business, you must have the power to accommodate suddenly higher demands for Web content by growing quickly and easily,&uot; said John Cator, vice chairman of Citysoft.
On Monday we told how poor Marjorie was sniffed out by a dog in the city's War Memorial Park, ending her runaway adventure when the dog's owner Darren Cator took her in and contacted the Evening Telegraph.