I was touched that he had sent it and forwarded the study to my two moms and my sister cade.
At dinner in came Dr. cade, a merry mad parson of the King's.
I reckon it will be safe to return to cade's Canyon for a while.
A few months after these words were printed cade came to life in earnest.
The portrait is from a photograph by cade and White of Ipswich taken in 1873.
Mr. cade ran in a substitute left end and a substitute left tackle then, and Banning slowed up.
cade did not die at once, but on the way to London, whither he was conveyed in a cart.
Atkins and cade entered the wood from the park, and the three others a little lower down.
After the cade rebellion he returned to his house in Southwark but seldom.
Who is there who is not whole-heartedly with cade for the abolition of poverty?
"pet, tame," mid-15c., used in reference to young animals abandoned by their mothers and brought up by hand; of unknown origin.