CAESAR


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AcronymDefinition
CAESARCatalogue of Arcade Emulation Software - the Absolute Reference
CAESARCandidate Aes for Analysis and Reviews
CAESARCoalition Aerial Surveillance And Reconnaissance
CAESARCache Embedded Switch Architecture
CAESARCivilian American & European Surface Anthropometry Resource
CAESARComputational-Intensive Applications for Engineering, Design, and Simulation on Scalable Parallel Architectures
CAESARComputer-Aided Exploration of Synthetic Aperture Radar
CAESARComponent And Engine Structural Assessment Research (USAF/P&W)
CAESARComplaint Analysis Evaluation System and Reports
CAESARCondition and Environment Sensing and Reporting
CAESARComputer Aided Engineering Stress Analysis Routines
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Caesar's owns several properties, including Caesar's Palace, Harrah's, Horseshoe and Bally's.
Tarlac City Mayor Cristy Angeles shared on her Facebook page a video of Caesar's recent visit.
Caesar is best known for his songs 'Best Part' with Filipino-American R and B singer H.E.R., 'Get You,' 'Japanese Denim,' among others.
And delighted owner Lauren revealed it's a boost for 15-month old Caesar, who's recovering from minor eye surgery.
Bomi County District#1 Representative Edwin Melvin Snowe, paying eulogy on behalf of the House, said Madam Ruth Caesar fought a good fight and her works will live on.
NFL fans will have wide-ranging access to Caesars' casino properties, celebrity chefs, entertainment and other luxury amenities to provide them with "unique experiences."
Even more significantly, the 50 battles Caesar successfully waged against the Gauls laid the foundations of modern France, Belgium, the Rhineland, and most of Western Europe, whose diverse peoples and cultures spring from the semi-barbarian tribes Caesar fought, observed, and eventually Romanized.
The first time they met, Caesar bit Alex's gloved hand, and refused to let go for six hours.
In 1979, Little Caesars introduced a new offer that included two pizzas for the price of one--establishing the "Pizza!Pizza!" phrase that is known around the world today.
Shakespeare's Caesar is much less dashing and charismatic; less sympathetic, and less extraordinary.
Caesar had effectively made himself a Veblen brand.
Defying Rome's constitution, Caesar established himself perpetual dictator, schemed to become king and was even made a living god.