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Cass

[kas] /kæs/
noun
1.
Lewis, 1782–1866, U.S. statesman.
2.
a male or female given name.
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  • I've opened up, and Mr. Cass can manage, I'm sure, if you'll let me go.

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  • If Cass had stolen the money it would never do to retain him in a position of trust.

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  • "Have a chair," he said, motioning to the one Cass had lately sat in.

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  • As Crane went down the stairs he wondered why he had coupled himself with Cass.

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  • Cass, the teller, certainly shunned him as he would a leper.

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