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(kā'rō, kar'nis, -nes),
The fleshy parts of the body; muscular and fatty tissues.
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CARI also provides an Outreach and Groupwork Programme for young people which it offers to schools, youth centres and to everyone who would have children in their care.
The charity receives limited government funding, but Miriam says CARI is almost entirely dependent on its fund-raising efforts.
The importance of the work carried out by CARI cannot be underestimated - and Miriam says every little helps when it comes to fundraising: "People can help by supporting any of our flag days, by running the mini-marathon on our behalf, by joining our walk every year, or just by holding a coffee morning.
The difference every donated cent makes to CARI is felt by abused child-ren and their families throughout Ireland.
SHOW TIME: Georgina, Miriam and Cecilia Ahern with David Keoughan at yesterday's fashion event while, left, the Taoiseach's daughters pose for a photo together at the bash in aid of CARI
CARI has written to the regional district, pointing out that while it supports the proper management of wastes destined for final disposal and recyclable materials to ensure the protection of the environment and public health, waste management and recycling are different industries.
A significant proportion of referrals to CARI in recent years are for such behaviours in the under-12 age group.
The CARI report, which will be launched this morning by former health minister Dr James Reilly, also revealed many victims are being forced to wait up to a year for therapy due to funding cuts.
It has drop i prov bet 2012 It has led to an 18% drop in therapy hours provided by CARI between 2012 and 2013, with a further 13% fall between 2013 and 2014.
18% drop in therapy provided by CARI because of funding
Plexxi's switching technology is a key part of the high-performance architecture that allows CARIcloud to deliver blazingly fast speeds to our clients," said Michael Dowdy, CARI.
CARI promotes the interests of the industry nationally and internationally; works with governments on policies affecting recycling; informs the public about recycling; and promotes cooperation between member firms to solve common problems.