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SCATEStudents Concerned about the Environment (est. 1987; Central College; Pella, IA)
SCATEState of California Association of Teacher Educators
SCATESulfur Chemistry in the Antarctic Troposphere Experiment
SCATESouth Carolina Association of Teacher Educators
SCATESimulated Computer Assisted Teaching Environment (SCATE® Technologies, Inc.)
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He told the inquest that a witness, nurse Elaine Walsh, saw Mr Scate as she walked to a bus stop after working a nightshift.
Wife Sinead The flowers and tributes left outside The Minories for dad Ryan Scate
PARTY TIME Bangor enjoy their win and (right) captain Gareth Scates lifts the trophy
Scates was visiting graveyards with Halil Koc, the descendant of a Turkish soldier who fought the ANZAC forces.
One of the most unusual scoops of his career came in 1979 when state Representative Bob Perry, who had fled the country after being implicated in a corruption scandal 18 months earlier, called and asked Scates to meet him at an airstrip in Canada so he could confess and surrender.
Scates even takes a great historical risk in leaping into the future, to 2105 and 2025, when the direction of events has become clear and irrevocable.
Scates might have plumbed more deeply NCEC's operating premises.
Kathleen Hall, 63, of Wansbeck Court, Stakeford, arrived 10 minutes after Mr Scates, and said: "People have had very little time to be able to think this through.
KERRY Bromley, daughter of Graham Bromley, of Ainsdale Close, Coventry, and Susan Wainwright, of Amelia Street, Warrington, married David Scates, son of Paul and Gwen Scates, of Lymm, Cheshire, at St Mary's Church, Lymm.
A first-half strike from Garth Scates - his last contribution before leaving Mourneview Park with a suspected fractured wrist - and two goals in three minutes in the second period from Shea Campbell and Nigel Jemson wrapped up the three points.
The Guest team were originally introduced to Investors In People through the National Trainers' Federation and began working closely with business advisor David Scates, who was able to assess the needs of the yard and tailor the approach towards IIP accordingly.
At the University of New South Wales, Dr Bruce Scates says first year Australian history enrolments had fallen steadily since the boom time of the 1970s when the subject attracted up to 200 students annually.