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Catty

A unit of weight in Taiwan approximately equivalent to 600 grams. It is used primarily in the sale of bulk foodstuffs.
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Our objective with this new cuvee was to create a highly memorable and unique champagne," said Winemaker Jean Jacques Cattier.
Paul-Francois Cattier said: "As one of the top three players in datacenter infrastructure management, Schneider Electric is in a unique position to bring customers innovative solutions that meet the most specific of requirements.
And things get even cattier at the first auditions - to be screened tomorrow - when Simon offers the Girls Aloud star a saucer of milk.
Adria Cattier, Headley Heath YOUR Faiths in our City column has many fine contributors who write positive and uplifting observations.
Help was at hand in the name of Cattier Brut NV a truly life-saving concoction, bursting with energy and carrying a suave belt of lemon biscuits on the finish, a fountain of hope in a world of madness.
Rosenau A, Cattier B, Gousset N, Harrian P, Phillippon A, Quentin R, et al.
We saw collaborative computing as a distinct and separate type of computing," says Alan Cattier, director of Academic Technology Services.
4) Last year, the Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) established "Deep Red" an intelligence cell under the Director of Naval Intelligence (DNI), to provide a "devil's advocate" perspective to study "how adversaries might use available technologies in non-traditional ways, to disrupt operations" According to David Cattier, Deputy Assistant DNI for intelligence support and director of Deep Red, this organization was chartered in June 2005 by then Admiral Vern Clark "to inform the Navy on who its adversaries are, how they think, and how they might attack.
For example, low-cost cattier ATA has established a presence
In keeping with the Christmas theme, the sale features a large selection of champagne, including a consignment of 'R' de Ruinart 1990 (estimate pounds 180-pounds 240 per 12 bottles), and two consignments of the famous Cattier champagne - Cattier Renaissance 1993 (estimate pounds 180-pounds 240 per 12 bottles), and Cattier 'Clos du Moulin', arguably one of Champagne's finest made from a blend of three selected champagne vintages (estimate pounds 250-pounds 300 per 12 bottles).
As an outdoor guide, Spornick, Cattier, and Greene's book is specific and useful.