CAIT


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CAIT

Abbreviation for:
Citizens Advocacy Information and Training (Medspeak-UK)
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Surveying the building's rather dusty and scuffed interior this week Cait recalled how she offered her services as a professional publicist to the group led by Turkish Baths user Joan Hewitt.
The real substance of the show was when Cait spoke to other transgender women.
For monitoring a nationwide campaign, the CAIT has formed a committee under the chairmanship of its National President B.
Success: Cait Reilly after winning her case in the Court of Appeal.
I've just come back from Jordan and I saw girls the same age as Cait working the fields, picking lettuces and bananas in 40C heat for less than pounds 5 a day.
CAIT will lead and administer the program, with Parsons Brinckerhoff, an infrastructure consulting and engineering firm, as its primary industry partner.
While this is not Cait Irwin's first book about her experience with major depressive illness, it is both a summary of what she experienced and a direct attempt to aid other teens who suffer through a major depression.
The Vikings' top individual player, Michelle Stock, lost to Cait Barrett 4-6, lost to Mia Jin 0-6 and lost to Swati Yanamatala 1-6.
Linda Stubbs' Cute Cait provided the rider with a winner in the Gallows Hall Selling Stakes on the anniversary of an horrific fall at the track.
Costello, 47, who was brought up in Wirral, and Cait O'Riordan got together after he produced The Pogues in the mid-80s when she was a member of the band.
Sarah Neale (top), Cait Rhodes (middle) and Angela Barnard have joined Edgbaston-based GSB PR as the agency expands its business-to-business and consumer accounts.