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Example sentences from the Web for Cardin
By contrast, a Democratic bill sponsored by Cardin is more expansive and applies to all felons.
Cardin is the nephew of Senator Ben Cardin and ran with his uncle putting all of his political resources behind him.
Afterwards, he tweeted his support of Cardin, which the candidate retweeted, then it all came tumbling down.
Once it was discovered that Ski Money was an accused human trafficker, Cardin quickly backtracked.
Cardin said Tuesday he was not sure yet if Bastrykin was sanctioned secretly by the administration.
There was also Cardin, a slighter and younger boy who had played the position on the Second Team last year.
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In fact it was due to Cardin that Parkinson secured a second score soon after play was resumed.
When play began again Stone was somewhat dourly looking on from the bench and Cardin was in command.
I do think Im doing better work than Cardin, but Stone has it all over me.
British Dictionary definitions for Cardin
Idioms and Phrases with Cardin
Sign in to one's place of business by use of a magnetic card, as in I told him I'd card in for him if he was late tomorrow. Similarly, card out means to sign out of one's place of business, as in I want to sneak out early, so could you please card out for me at the end of the day? This term arose in the 1940s with the invention of automated check-in systems.