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“Rob should be proud of his legacy to make Marylanders safer, preserve the rule of law, and uphold the civil rights of all of our residents,” Cardin and Van Hollen said.Robert Hur, U.S. attorney for Maryland, will resign this month|Katie Mettler|February 3, 2021|Washington Post
Cardin staged his first ready-to-wear show in 1959 at Paris’ Printemps department store, a bold initiative that got him temporarily kicked out of the Chambre Syndicale.
A savvy businessman, Cardin used the fabulous wealth that was the fruit of his empire to snap up top-notch properties in Paris, including the Belle Epoque restaurant Maxim’s, which he also frequented.
Congress is “certainly in agreement that you want to limit the amount that can be given to these large organizations,” Cardin said.Small-business loans to big companies prompt Congress to overhaul PPP rules|Jonathan O'Connell, Andrew Van Dam, Aaron Gregg, Alyssa Fowers|December 11, 2020|Washington Post
Talks between Rubio and Cardin over another round of PPP funding collapsed in recent days, suggesting that it may be hard for them to reach a quick agreement.What’s in the $908 billion economic relief proposal|Jeff Stein|December 3, 2020|Washington Post
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.
“Soon enough, he loosened his Pierre Cardin belt,” she writes.His Reputation Precedes Him: Dov Charney’s Blacklist|Justin Jones|June 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
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.
At his departure the father told the king that he was leaving Father Cardin in his kingdom, and asked his Highness to protect him.
There was also Cardin, a slighter and younger boy who had played the position on the Second Team last year.
When play began again Stone was somewhat dourly looking on from the bench and Cardin was in command.
Stone was still disgruntled and very pessimistic, and he and Cardin grumbled together all during the third period.
Cardin is no better than you are now and I miss my guess if you dont come faster the rest of the season than he does.
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Other 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.