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social status or position conferred by a system based on class

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(Hinduism) a hereditary social class among Hindus

a social class separated from others by distinctions of hereditary rank or profession or wealth

in some social insects (such as ants) a physically distinct individual or group of individuals specialized to perform certain functions in the colony

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"These are just a few of the issues," Casto indicates.
That was until Casto dived full-length to tip the ball round the post and out for a corner.
Steven Casto may not be an attorney or a certified public accountant.
Casto recommends setting the tone in the early morning with a half-hour or hour of activity you find healthful or soulful.
Casto takes you beyond that and teaches you how to find a fulfilling career.
Casto was associate editor and a columnist for The Herald-Dispatch in Huntington, W.V.
"This new brand's exclusive focus on the needs of small animals and the informative packaging send a clear message to parents that we are a source they can trust for products and information that will make pet care fun, easy and rewarding for them and their children," Casto says.
"[Co-tenancy clauses] make it a little bit fragile when you go to finance a center," Casto said, "because the lender says, 'Gee, all you have to do is lose maybe Talbots and something else and the whole thing starts unraveling like you're pulling a thread on a sweater, and that's a big risk.' It's a substantial issue in this product."
"Every Monday morning it is pretty tough," agrees Tartan managing director Laura De Casto. "The norm is now 10 to 12 films being released every week.
The production was a jolly romp that had the punters guffawing loudly as Ernesto lamented the loss of his love, Norina, in a deliciously rendered "Sogno soave e casto." Why the gaiety at such a poignant moment?
Casto Southeast turns the sow's ear into a silk purse with development projects that combine luxury residences with upscale boutiques and restaurants.
When Florida's law on marital agreements was brought into the 21st century in Casto v.
Herzlich, Herzlich Consulting; "Record retention, friend or foe," Bob Crockett, Latham & Watkins; "Chemical analysis of tire failure surface," James Rancourt, Polymer Solutions; "Class action attack and avoidance, a new fact of life," George Rooney, Roetzel & Andress; "Self critical analysis of internal design and manufacturing investigations," Jeff Casto, Roetzel & Andress; "Forensic microscopy of tire failures," Ron Smith, consultant; and "Legal/technical aspects of legislated tire issues, tread act and other federal/industry activities," Ann Wilson and Steve Butcher, Rubber Manufacturers Association.