His great-grandfather was the Cato of "Carthago delenda est," the driver of the third Carthaginian war.
Cato was approached by a wealthy admirer of his, who asked for the daughter as a wife.
Cato's third-hand influence ramifies into our own time: there's even a think tank in Washington named after him.
Try a manly washed-rind cheese like the Cato Corner Farm Hooligan with a floral, sweet wine like a Riesling or Gewurtztraminer.
When Cato still refused, the suitor then asked Cato for Cato's own wife.
Cum fueris felix, quae sunt adversa caveto, Cato 218/18; Tranquillis rebus semper diversa timeto, id.
Several bridges were also erected, and Cato the Censor is said to have built a basilica.
The father allows his son to go where so many others go, where Cato himself went; he says that youth is but fleeting.
But the central figures of the group were Cato and Victoria.
The lecture consisted of an imaginary dialogue between Cato and Lælius.
Fortran-like CAI language for PLATO system on CDC 1604. "CSL PLATO System Manual", L.A. Fillman, U Illinois, June 1966.