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a heavy wooden pole (such as the trunk of a young fir) that is tossed as a test of strength (in the Highlands of northern Scotland)

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For more information, contact Cabe Nolan at cabe@twowayresume.
He urged CABE to look at the issue not as a religious one but as a social demand as no development can take place without an inclusive approach.
National Higher Education Qualification Framework (NHEQF)-Considering the exigency and need for a national framework for higher education, it is proposed to set up a CABE Committee to consider the proposal and make recommendations for evolving the National Higher Education Qualification Framework (NHEQF).
The latest Cabe report states: "We do no yet have the confidence that the parameters will provide a sound basis by which to control design quality across the Liverpool Waters site.
CABE said that the ambition of saving the fire station's Potter Street side and open courtyard has been damaged by the tower's design.
Richard Simmons, chief executive at CABE, said the proposed legislation was significant, given the history of public opposition to supermarkets.
The review comes after CABE scrutinised 30 large scale supermarket-led developments across the country.
Following a probe of the plans submitted by Tesco to transform Gateshead town centre, CABE officers said: "It seems particularly crucial that Gateshead centre should not be dominated by another monolithic development and more work needs to be done to ensure that this will be successful.
Survivors include his wife; three daughters, Morgan Cabe, Debbie Cabe and Rachel Cabe, all of Eugene; a son, Trevver D'Auteuil of Deadwood; two brothers, Gary of Deadwood and Steve of Springfield; and two sisters, Bobbie Cabe of Deadwood and Lori Cabe.
CABE is proposing a new framework for valuation of parks, taking into account plants and structures.
Cabe also wants to see the "dignity" put back into public transport, a national programme to encourage homeowners tomake their houses more energy efficient and more neighbourhood-scale energy generation.
Cabe also wants to see the "dignity" put back into public transport, a national programme to encourage homeowners to make their houses more energy efficient and more neighbourhood-scale energy generation.
The plans have been criticised by CABE - the Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment.
LUCY LOCKETF CABE PUT HER money where her love was.
But we are a different country and the men who shot Jerry Mc Cabe in Adare, Co Limerick, are not freedom fighters.